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10 Best Halloween Window Décor Options

Whether your style is cute or creepy, there are lots of great Halloween window decor options to make your home feel festive.

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Halloween window decorationsGhislain & Marie David de Lossy/Getty Images

Buying Halloween Window Decor

Even your windows can get in on the Halloween celebration if you do a little homework. It may seem obvious, but do stop to make sure the Halloween decoration will fit in the window — take a moment to measure before you buy. And if the decor is lighted, double-check that there’s an electrical outlet nearby. Calculate the length of any extension cords needed, too.

It’s also a good idea to scan online reviews to see if others found the installation particularly easy or tricky, or if they experienced issues with the decorations falling off or causing damage when removed. Their insight and tips, or your informed troubleshooting, could save you time and headaches.

 

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Fake blood window signvia amazon.com

Two-Piece Halloween Giant Bloody Window Posters

These creepy bloody window posters, which come in a set of two, will make your home look like a haunted house plagued by demons. These posters can be trimmed to fit your windows. To install, all you have to do is spray them with a little water.

DIY Tip: Recreate the same “bloody” window writing with a red window marker.

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Spider lightvia wayfair.com

Spider Web LED Lighted Window Décor

This Spider Web Lighted Window Decor will look great in your window at night. It features purple, green and white LED bulbs that outline the spider and its web. Just be sure there’s an outlet nearby where you can plug it in.

DIY Tip: If you already have strands of LED lights, you can make a DIY spider web in your window with help from cable ties.

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Witch decorationvia amazon.com

Vinyl Witch Window Décor

This Vinyl Witch Window Décor from Martha Stewart comes with a light-up 3D moon for a magical Halloween display. The witch is made from vinyl that will stick to your window by itself, but the moon needs to be mounted using the included adhesive strips.

DIY Tip: If you have a vinyl cutting machine such as a Cricut, you can create the same type of vinyl silhouettes yourself.

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Clown decorationvia amazon.com

Scary Peeper Halloween Decoration

This creepy clown is sure to give your neighbors a fright! The Scary Peeper Halloween Decoration is easy to mount to your window using the included suction cup, and its lenticular eyes seemingly follow people as they walk by. Plus, reviewers say it’s surprisingly realistic, especially from a distance.

DIY Tip: Drape a dark piece of cloth over the clown’s head to give his cloak a more realistic appearance.

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Blob manvia etsy.com

Blob Man Halloween Decoration

This creepy blob monster is sure to give trick-or-treaters a fright. The Blob Man Halloween Decoration is a vinyl decal that comes in several sizes and colors. You can easily mount it to any window or sliding glass door.

DIY Tip: Cut out a few bats from construction paper and mount them to the window, circling around the blob’s head.

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Halloween garlandvia partycity.com

Bloody Weapons Garland

For full-on creepy haunted house vibes, you can hang this Bloody Weapons Garland across your front windows. The string of blood-stained saws, knives, cleavers and scissors is 7-1/2-ft. long. You can easily hang it with a few nails or stick-on hooks.

DIY Tip: Use window markers to write a cryptic warning under the garland, like “Beware the Butcher!”

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Skull lightvia target.com

Flashing LED Neon Skull

The Hyde & EEK! Boutique Flashing LED Neon Skull is the perfect way to light up your house for Halloween. It has a white outline with purple eyes, and you can toggle between flashing or constant illumination. The skull has a hanging ring for easy mounting. Reviewers love that it’s extremely bright.

DIY Tip: If you plan to hang the skull with a suction cup hook, be sure it’s a heavy-duty one that can withstand the window’s temperature fluctuations throughout the day.

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Halloween curtainsvia amazon.com

Halloween Lace Skull Window Curtain

Spruce up your windows for the Halloween season with the ZeeDix Lace Skull Window Curtains, which come in a set of two. Each panel is around 38 inches wide, making them ideal for most standard windows. The lacy fabric features a skull and bat motif with creepy fringe.

DIY Tip: Check out our guide to the proper height to hang curtains.

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Window ghostvia orientaltrading.com

Boo Breaker Halloween Decoration

How cute is this 3D ghost? This Boo Breaker Halloween Decoration includes two pieces — one for each side of your window — that create the illusion of a ghost passing through the glass. The pieces attach to the window with suction cups for easy installation and removal.

DIY Tip: If you need a ladder to install the outside half of this decoration, be sure to remember all ladder safety protocols.

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Halloween wreathvia grandinroad.com

Eerily Enchanted Wreath

This Halloween-themed wreath would make a beautiful accent to a big window or glass door in your home. The Eerily Enchanted Wreath is 28 inches across, decorated with artificial dahlias and roses on a grapevine form. However, its main feature is five metallic foam skulls encircling the wreath. Scared ya, didn’t I?!

DIY Tip: Once Halloween is over, make a DIY holiday wreath to take its place.

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Camryn Rabideau
Camryn Rabideau is freelance writer specializing in fashion, beauty, home, smart technology and general lifestyle content. She holds a degree in fashion merchandising from the University of Rhode Island and jumps at any opportunity to combine her love for fashion and writing.

Camryn is a regular contributor to popular media sites such as Martha Stewart, Food52, InStyle, Taste of Home, USA Today, Reviewed.com, The Spruce, Elite Daily and The Everygirl. She has also worked with several Fortune 500 companies to create engaging articles for their content marketing initiatives. Despite pressure from her peers, she remains on team #NoOxfordComma.