The dawn of the dead looms upon us with Halloween right around the corner. We are pretty sure you must be ready with your indoor decoration by now. Halloween wreaths, garlands and pumpkins will definitely be a party scrapper. But in case you want to add some machete to your Halloween hues, we would suggest you to deliver finishing touches to your indoor décor with Halloween signs.

Halloween signs have always been in trend and in high demand, with 2023 being no exception. You can grab the cool collections of Halloween signs online from the Etsy store.

This Gorgeous Mini Halloween Sign Made of Wood is perfectly suited for your farmhouse décor.

Buy: $6

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Check out the asylum sign which is custom-made with your family name. It is made of painted and stained wood.

Buy: $30


Spooky sign with white, orange and black background will be a great addition to your Halloween décor.

Buy: $10

Image: Etsy/DixieFarmDesigns

Wooden circle sign doubles as a door hanger as well.

Buy: $56

Image: Etsy/AlexanderLaserDesign

This Hocus Pocus shiplap round is an adorable fit for your room.

Buy: $47

Image: Etsy/UniqueBoutiqueDecor

Also Read: DIYer Shares Easiest Way to Make Halloween Chalkboard Signs

Another valuable addition to your indoor decoration would be a funky broom parking sign.

Buy: $28

Image: Etsy/ThePumpkinLadies

Tombstone-shaped Halloween chalkboard can be placed anywhere from a living area to the dining.

Buy: $5

Image: Etsy/Thehalloweenwitch

Hand Painted wooden pumpkin signs feature wordings of your choice.

Buy: $5

Image: Etsy/BlocksOfLove1 

Trick or Treat sign in distressed wood is a fantastic indoor décor item to spook up your house.

Buy: $45

Image: Etsy/HalliesCollectibles

Your Halloween is incomplete without a Boo and stuff sign.

Buy: $24

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Atish is an avid reader and a writer with almost half a decade of experience in news reporting. He has previously worked with Hindustan Times as a field journalist. He has a profound interest in performing arts and has directed a few insightful plays on social issues and folklore. When not toiling with words or sourcing news for Homecrux and Planet Custodian, he can be found either appreciating cinema, reading cult classics, or searching for existential truth.

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