8 Ways to decorate your rental for halloween

Prepare your pumpkins

Pumpkins complete Halloween decor. Pumpkins and gourds are inexpensive fall decorations that add color and excitement to a property. Use them as table centerpieces, bookends, or on an entry table or floating shelf.

Use a natural theme

Beautiful fall hues make terrific decor. Collect leaves or sticks on a walk. For a less messy option, buy artificial leaves or corn stalks. Put fall leaves in a glass jar or frame for immediate fall art.

Emphasize your outdoor area

You can still enjoy your rental's small outdoor space. Decorate your balcony or patio with pumpkins or skeletons. Add fake cobwebs and battery-powered lights to your shrubs.

Add spiders and bats

Attach the spider web to your outside wall, balcony, ceiling, or wall. Cut black cardstock bats, roll the edges to appear like wings, and adhere them to a wall with removable tape or sticky tack.

Brew some potions

Add dry ice or fog to a cauldron as a centerpiece. Empty bottles can be decorated with printable labels or paint with fun ingredients like slime or candy eyeballs.

Simplicity with textiles

Changing textiles is an easy way to make a home festive for Halloween. Themed throw pillows, a rug, or a mat are great additions. Add a rug and mat. Halloween throw blankets and hand towels are as festive as they are functional

Get festive with flowers

Mums come in red, orange, and purple. Mums on the table or in buckets on the porch offer a Halloween vibe. If you want a creepier look, use black roses or dye white carnations green or purple and place them on the mantel or false mantel.