Let Your Windows Play 'Dress Up' This Halloween

Abigail Sawyer | 30 Oct 2012 | Seasonal Trends

Don't let your window fashion miss out on all the fun this Halloween! Read on to learn how to dress up your windows this October 31st for spooky Halloween fun!

Halloween spiderweb windows

Image via Better Homes and Gardens

Add shadowy spiderwebs to your front windows by weaving black ribbon and yarn. Make giant spiders with Styrofoam balls, spray paint and pipe cleaners, and let the creepy critters dangle over the side of your house.

Halloween window silhouettes

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Aren't the silhouettes on this house amazing? Make your home look a little haunted from the street side with ghosts and ghouls made from black butcher paper or cardboard. Use a projector to trace the outlines and then start cutting!

Blinds.com Brand Super Insulating Triple Cell Shade in Gold

Blinds.com Brand Super Insulating Triple Cell Shade in Gold

We also love the matching golden cellular shades throughout this spooky house! Give your home a warm glow all year round with the Blinds.com Brand Super Insulating Triple Cell Shade.

Trashbag spider webs

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Give your windows a cheap Halloween touch with spiderwebs made from black trash bags. And of course, the cordless roller shades are gorgeous.

Monster window silhouettes

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If you want to make your house fun and festive without scaring little ones, bring a monster mash to your windows! Give these funny creatures glowing eyes with colored cellophane or tissue paper.

Halloween Lace Valence

Image via Plow & Hearth

This Halloween lace window valance will give your home a touch of the macabre, and is something you'll pull out for years to come. Hang one over a kitchen window or get a set to make a dining room feel haunted for Halloween dinner parties!

Get more inspiration on Pinterest!

Take a look at our Fall Home Decor Board on Pinterest for more Halloween window ideas.

  • About Author

    Abigail Sawyer is the Manager of Social Media Marketing for Blinds.com. She's a home improvement junkie who is currently restoring a 1972 cottage with the help of her husband and goldendoodle, Biscuit. Walking in the footsteps of Martha Stewart, she’s happiest when she’s crafting or whipping up a new recipe; although nothing beats curling up with a good book and some Girl Scout Cookies. Follow her on twitter + instagram at @whatabigailsaw