5 Skull Halloween Decorations That Are Surprisingly Chic
As long as you are finding the perfect Halloween costume for yourself this year, it is time to start thinking about how you are going to dress up your home for this creepy holiday as well. I've got one word for you — skulls. Porch.com has compiled five skull Halloween decorations that are definitely way more cool than creepy. Used as floral vases, cute centerpieces, and unique mantel ornaments, these super chic skulls are exactly what you need to give your living space some festive flair this Halloween. They exude the perfect amount of edge without being cheesy, dramatic, or too over-the-top. Who knows? These are so cute, you might want to keep them on display long after November rolls around. Unlike pumpkins you have to throw out, scarecrows, or ghosts, these decorations have year-long appeal. Who says spooky can't be stylish?
By: Mady Dahlstrom, Content Editor for Porch.com
Halloween is just around the corner! Instead of decking out your home in orange pumpkins, black bats, and witch hats, give this chic trend of decorating with skulls a try. From your fireplace mantel to your nightstand, learn how to decorate your home with skulls in the most stylish way.
1. Floral Skull Centerpiece
Get into the ghoulish spirit with this Halloween themed centerpiece. See how you can DIY your own floral skull vessel, here.
2. Skull Banner
Hang a simple skull banner along your fireplace or above your front door for the perfect amount of fright. Find out how to make this festive banner in time for Halloween by following the tutorial, here.
3. An Assortment of Skulls
Mix and match a variety of skull sculptures for the easiest and most stylish display that you can even keep up year-round,
4. Skull String Art
This DIY skull string art will make a statement from the moment guests walk into your home. Learn how to make this trendy decor piece by following this step-by-step guide.
5. Skeleton Pillow
Decorative pillows are one of the easiest ways to quickly dress up a space. DIY this spooky skeleton pillow to add an extra touch of Halloween to your home.
Would you decorate your home with skulls?
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