As the Halloween weekend approaches, you might want to consider decorating your student house. Halloween is a great chance to be creative and spooky with your friends and housemates. The proper decorations will necessitate a fast trip to the store as well as making the most of what you already have on hand. Purchase decorations on a budget and look for inexpensive ways to decorate for the spooky season. If you need some spooktacular decor ideas, keep reading!
Decorate Your Student House With Fake Webs
Get some fake webs! They are a great and inexpensive way to decorate your home for Halloween. Extend them across counters, doors, and the ceiling. They’ll look fantastic once you’ve put up some eerie lighting.
Use Battery Powered Lights
To avoid using candles, which might be a concern if you are celebrating Halloween weekend with a party, you could always use fake battery-operated candles, LED tea lights, or some lovely fairy lights. You may choose lights that are themed for Halloween, such as pumpkins, ghosts or spiders, or you can get ones that are coloured!
Go To Supermarkets To Find Inexpensive Decor
Supermarkets get on the Halloween bandwagon early, so have a look because you could discover some amazing bargains. You might be able to find some shadow window stickers or a unique tablecloth to place down. Poundland offers a fantastic selection of lights to brighten up the scary day, and these lights can be reused throughout the year! If you don’t want to spend a fortune, you can also find a variety of inexpensive decorations and costumes to dress up in for your fun night out. Get some pumpkins to carve out. Find some ideas online, such as on Pinterest, and then cut them out. This is an excellent way to decorate your home for Halloween!
Design Your Decorations
Making your decorations is a fun activity to do with your friends and housemates, as well as decorating your student house on a budget. You can make origami ghosts and pumpkins out of paper to hang around your house and terrify your party guests!
Visit Charity Shops
Going to charity shops is an excellent method to collect Halloween-themed goods along with old clothing and objects that can be repurposed to decorate your student house. Think outside the box and you’ll be able to make some interesting decorations out of whatever you find.
Don’t Overspend For The Halloween Weekend
Don’t spend too much money on decorations because they will only be used once. Make sure you have enough money to enjoy your spooky night out or at your student house. Don’t be wasteful and keep the environment in mind. Avoid using plastic cups and straws at your scary gathering in favour of reusable or paper alternatives.
PS… remember to be cautious when decorating your student accommodation or house so that you don’t damage the walls and surfaces with tape, as you don’t want to lose your deposit or get on the wrong side of your landlord.
We hope that these ideas will help you have a special spooky Halloween weekend.