The Best 35 Front Door Decors For This Year’s Halloween

Once again, it’s almost time to get ready for Halloween. Get your costume out of the closet and the decorations out of the garage and set the mood. Of course, a priority has to be the front door. It really needs to make a statement. After all, most of the visitors don’t even get to see what’s beyond it.

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Opt for something fun and simple and turn your front door into a cute yet scary monster. Use two plates for the eyes and tape for the mouth.{found on moderndaymoms}.

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Spiders give most people the creeps and this makes them perfect for Halloween. They’re also very versatile.{found on goodwillnne}.

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If you’re not a big fan of creepy Halloweens, then how about you come up with a beautiful fall décor for the front door?{found on feltsocute}.

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Wreaths always make a door look beautiful. Of course, a double door would need two wreaths and symmetry is often chic.{found on bowerpowerblog}.

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Here’s a front door décor which is extremely easy to put together and also appropriate for Halloween. It will make visitors think twice before they enter.

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What is Halloween without bats? Make some out of black cardstock and hang them at the entrance. Some spider web would also be nice.

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Set up your witchy front door décor. of course, the brooms can’t miss and you might also want to use some pointy shoes.

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You can also combine a typical fall front door décor with some scary Halloween details like the spiders and the web.{found on site}.

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I don’t know if anyone has ever died in their rocking chair and was left there to rot until they became a skeleton but it’s definitely a popular image for Halloween.{found on pinterest}.

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Set up a spider attack on your front door. Use lace for spider web and plastic spiders of different sizes. You can even get a giant one and make it their queen.{found on flickr}.

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Something simpler means better. Here’s a Halloween front door with minimalist but symbolic elements like the crow or the dead trees.{found on pinterest}.

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If you have a porch then there’s even more space to work with when you set up the Halloween décor. More space means more fun.{found on pinterest}.

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This is a front door décor that witches would be proud of. It has a little bit of everything and it’s not too cluttered either.{found on hisugarplum}.

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The little details often make a huge difference on the overall result. In this case, the little spiders and mice are the key elements.{found on thriftyandchic}.

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Cover your front door with creepy cloth resembling spider web and top it off with a witch’s hat. It’s simple but powerful.{found on betweennapsontheporch}.

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Going from a regular fall front door décor to one suitable for Halloween is easy. You just add a few themed details like the jack-o’-lantern on the wreath.{found on site}.

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Spiders and spider webs are always popular Halloween decorations and there are lots of ways in which you can use them.{found on pinterest}.

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This is a more happy and cute Halloween-themed front door. Even the pumpkin is smiling, surrounded by beautiful fresh flowers.

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Now all Halloween decors have to be scary. You can opt for elegance instead and choose decorations that suit your taste.

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A few simple adjustments can change your front door from boring to eye-catching. In this case, it’s the crow feather wreath that does that.{found on infarrantlycreative}.

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The carved pumpkins placed on the stairs are just amazing and they’re spectacular at night. The skeleton isn’t bad either.{found on flickr}.

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We can only assume that those white figures are ghosts and not being sure about it makes them even more scary.

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Here’s another fun front door décor idea. It’s very cute and not that difficult to make either. You need fabric and imagination.{found on pinterest}.

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The colors often give a décor the plus of credibility it needs. In this case, the orange and black combo is a nice choice for Halloween.{found on southernfrieddreams}.

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In case you were worried that you’ll need lots of materials and time to decorate your front door, here’s an example that shows the contrary.{found on watchmedaddy}.

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It’s hard to say which is more beautiful: the swarm of bats, the chevron pumpkins, the wreath or the garland.

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Another strategy can also be to just get all your decorations out of storage and figure out a way to combine them.

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The bold colors and the happy ghosts are not exactly scary but they’re definitely right on theme.

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It’s hard to say whether this front door looks confused, mad or just sad it’s missing an eyebrow but it’s definitely eye-catching.

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Don’t worry; don’t aren’t real mice on the stairs. They’re just painted and they’re actually very cute and funny.{found on hgtv}.

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You can make a bunch of signs for the front porch just to add a little spice to the whole Halloween décor.{found on site}.

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This definitely looks like the layer of a witch. The broom is at the entrance and the little sad and scared faces are quite suggestive. Plus, the sign says the witch is in.{found on craft}.

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This front door has everything from ghosts to bats, cats, skeletons and pumpkins and it’s amazing that they all get along so nicely.

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Here’s another bunch of familiar faces. They don’t look very friendly so you might want to think twice before ringing the doorbell.{found on creativelysouthern}.

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Having a covered porch at the entrance is definitely an advantage. You can use furniture and other decorations you don’t normally put outside.