4. Skull And Bones
Ah, the classic skull and bones aka the cemetery theme! I believe no Halloween goes away without smelling some skulls. Maybe not the kids, but a little older age group of teens would love to turn the house into a graveyard. Maybe you’ll get to win the the award of spookiest house on the block! Take up the challenge of outdoor Halloween decorations and dress up the porch and exterior of the house with cheese cloth, bug and huge spiders. They always look grand. Maybe add a hand or two, some broken skeletons and wilted flowers, too, in your yard? To compliment this Halloween theme, a skull and bones wreath would be exactly what you need to welcome your guests with.
3. Pumpkin House
Did you know, that most of the consumption of pumpkins is only around Halloween? And that too, just in decorations (Jack-o-Lanterns) but pumpkin decorations never age. If you feel like going classic, simple, yet fancy this year, tweak your Halloween decorations to transform your place into a pumpkin house. There are a gazillion ideas can you adopt. A pumpkin lit driveway would make your place look oh-so-fancy. Or if you want to drop the whole black and orange idea, white and black pumpkins are also in fashion.