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20+ Frightfully Festive Halloween Front Porch Decor Ideas

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Halloween is such a fun holiday, why not celebrate the season with some festive decorations to greet your guests with an enchanting halloween front porch. Get creative and stretch your imagination by adding some frightful fun to your halloween yard. Below we have gathered together a collection of ideas to help get you started on your Halloween decorating. Be sure to add your favorites to your Pinterest boards and if you have not already, please give us a follow here: https://www.pinterest.com/onekindesign/

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1. Halloween Porch. This porch is so spooktacular with its floating witches hats sourced from Amazon. Skeletons sit on chairs to greet your visitors. Don’t forget to add some traditional pumpkins, real or faux. Some of the decor is sourced from @oldtimepottery. (via @southernsurroundings)

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2. Halloween Decorated Porch Swing. The porch swing is from @antiquefarmhouse⁠. Accenting the swing, the ghost pillow is from @homegoods. Add some jack-o-lanterns and a bat doormat for the finishing touches. (via @alittledoseofjen⁠)

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3. Lighted Halloween Witch Stakes. Dressed all in black, these faceless wicked witches are staked in the ground, providing a frightful sight day or night! They will illuminate your property with a ghastly glow. (via @plowandhearth)

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4. Spook-tacular Halloween Porch. The hanging witches hats and skeletons on this porch will be sure to add some spooky fun to your outdoor space. Notice the skeleton wrapped around the column and the one on the roof? The skeleton heads in the planters are the perfect finishing touch. (via @livingwithlady)

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5. Halloween Haunted House. This spooky house has some major fright-appeal with its giant spiders, large spider web and boarded up windows. A skeleton sitting on the roof above the front door will give your guests a spooky greeting. String lights add some magical ambiance during the twilight hours. (via @livingwithlady)

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6. DIY Front Porch Flying Bat Door Decor. A diagonal swath of bats on this front door provides a backdrop for this fun Halloween porch. In the foreground, witch legs hang from umbrellas to add the perfect finishing touch. Don’t forget to layer in some fresh pumpkins and lanterns for nighttime ambiance. Get the DIY for the Hanging Witch Umbrellas here and for the DIY for the Flying Bats, here. (via @karaspartyideas)

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7. Spooky Farmhouse Halloween Front Porch. Offering the perfect mix of Halloween fun, this porch features skeletons, glittery bat trees and an array of jack-o’-lanterns and pumpkins. Hay bales are used to create height and visual interest for displaying pumpkins. Rocking chairs are adorning with skeletons to greet your visitors. Hung from the porch ceiling using Command hooks is black netting with bats, creating the perfect spooky Halloween scene. (via Fun 365)

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8. Halloween Skeleton Porch. The key to creating a spooky front porch is to mix different elements that work together. Here, we see a mix of colorful potted mums on the steps and in front of the door, skeleton hands (staked into the mums), a spooky wreath, a large spooky sign, “haunted halloween” banner on the front door, halloween pillows, lanterns, a skeleton witch and a skeleton unicorn. (via Tatertots and Jello)

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9. BOO-tiful Spooky Porch. There are plenty of fantastic Halloween touches on this front porch, including a large spider, skeletons and pumpkins. The Beware sign and Trick or Treat pillow are sourced from @krumpetshomedecor. The Hello pumpkin cutout in the wreath is from @brooke_startathome. The “Boo” doormat is from Target. (via @ourfigtreecottage)

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10. Halloween Front Porch. Enter if you dare! Skeletons, pumpkins, colorful mums and ghostly candelabras greet you on this spooky porch. A galvanized bucket on the lap of the skeleton on the chair is the perfect spot to stash your halloween candy for visiting guests. (via W Collective Interiors)

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11. Eerie Entry. This spooky halloween porch features a ghost, lighted spooky trees, pumpkins, potted mums, and black fabric for a DIY spider web with giant spiders. (via Jenny Lamont | Grandin Road)

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12. Haunted Orchard House. This hauntingly spooky home features pumpkins lining the steps leading up to the front door. Cob webs with spiders add to the eerie feel of this spook-tacular home. (via Pumpkinrot Blog)

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13. Festive Fall and Halloween Porch. This front porch features a mix of fall and Halloween to easily transition through the seasons. Decorations include leaves, potted mums, lanterns and pumpkins along with black bats. (via Clark + Aldine)

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14. Pumpkin Patch Porch. To create this front door, you will need orange wrapping paper to cover your door and secure with masking tape. Gold glitter paper is used for the eye, nose and lopsided smile. Leaf branches flank either side of the doorway, secured with fishing line and nails. Pumpkins and cabbages are set in planters adorning the steps to greet visitors. Get the full tutorial at the provided link. (via Woman’s Day)

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15. Witch Please. This front porch features a mix of fall and halloween. A layering of pumpkins and mums flank the doorway, while a spider web and bats on the door adds that perfect spooky touch. (via @kourtnileigh)

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16. Inviting Halloween Porch. This amazingly spook-tacular front porch features a layering of halloween and fall decor. Everything from pumpkins and cornstalks to hay bales, bats, spiderwebs, lanterns, faux fall flowers and even a large witches broom suspended from the balcony. (via @ArabellaGolby)

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17. Pumpkin Arch. This house features pumpkins galore attached to the ceiling like a pumpkin garland. (via @disneyaddictslivehere)

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18. Spooky Cute Porch. The rocking chairs are from @grandinroad. accented by halloween pillows from Marshall’s. Other festive accessories were sourced from HomeGoods, Michael’s, TJMaxx, Magnolia Home and Target. (via @courtneyfitzp01)

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19. Witches Legs. Add some witches legs in an urn next to your front door for a wickedly wonderful Halloween. A lighted spooky tree, jack-o-lantern and door wreath adds to the overall eerie feel. (via @grandinroad)

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20. Mummified Porch. The front door of an Ohio home is wrapped in stretchy gauze fabric sourced from JoAnn. Command Strips were used to stick on the google eyes. Cornstalks were sourced from a nursery and leaned into the corners, reaching 9-feet high. (via HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams)

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21. Spooky Bats. Create a shriek-worthy front door display with these black card stock bats. Make them in various sizes to create movement. Get the HGTV bats🦇 printable bat template to DIY your own spooky Halloween door. Additional items you will need, purple bulletin-board paper for the backdrop and black construction paper or card stock and yellow paper (for the windows) to create a magical night sky scene on the door. Lanterns, black and white pumpkins and potted fall plants flank the door. (via HGTV)

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