Invite some of your ancestors to dinner by dressing up vintage photos in "costume" and hanging them from a chandelier or displaying them on an easel.
Vinyl cutouts can be used to create a staircase full of creepy-crawlies.
Skulls and crows are perennial Halloween favorites. Add them just about anywhere for a little spooky fun.
Don't feel like Halloween pumpkins always have to sport a jaggedy grin. Try a little something different when carving this year—like polka dots, for example.
Pumpkins displayed all askew add a whimsical touch to a front entry.
Black and white Halloween decor is an elegant way add a festive feel.
Pumpkin topiaries set a formal yet festive tone when greeting visitors at your front door.
Want to make a little more of a statement? Add spiderwebs galore and nail boards across upper windows. Your house will definitely draw the attention of passers by.
Long live chalkboard paint! Chalkboard pumpkins are a clever way to greet visitors.