This October, don’t use all of your DIY creativity on a killer Halloween costume. These designers are bringing out their best Halloween décor, from spooky seasonal staples to organic autumn elements and, of course, lots and lots of pumpkins. Whether you’re styling a fabulous front porch to welcome socially-distanced trick-or-treaters or want to deck out a favorite gathering space, get ready for some cozy and creepy inspiration.

Lindsay Salazar, Noelle Wright, Caitlin Creer, Evergreene Construction, Think Architecture, Halloween décor, Table setting
Photo by Lindsay Salazar. Styling by Noelle Wright. Design by Caitlin Creer. Build by Evergreene Construction. Architecture by Think Architecture.

Here’s is an outdoor dining space worth bundling up for. A fall harvest-inspired table setting welcomes guests, complementing the covered patio’s rustic wood and stone.

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Labradoodle-approved decorations work both inside and out, with scene-stealing animal print pumpkins adding some spunk to a farmhouse fall palette by Triple C Farmhouse.

A tried-and-true porch design from AFP Design displays refined versions of classic favorites: stacked pumpkins, matching lanterns and a wreath adorned with orange and black ribbon.

Purple mums add a pop of color to an understated porch design from Alice Lane Home‘s Jessica Bennett.

Halloween décor, Pumpkins, Skull, Spider, Halloween bouquet
Photo and design by Marissa Pope Design

A transformed entry and fireplace have just the right touch of the macabre, with skulls and spiders, ghostly fabrics and autumnal bouquets.

Halloween décor, Front porch, Pumpkins, Corn stalks, Wreaths
Design and photo by The Fox Group

White pumpkins line the walkway to a porch, making a memorable entrance. Fall wreaths and bundles of corn stalks feel perfectly at home with the houses’s charming, stately exterior.

Even small areas can have a big impact with the right decorations, like surprisingly emotive skeletons, clever DIY poison bottles and a glammed-out golden spider.

More holiday decorating needs? We’ve got you covered.

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