Those of you who have a fireplace mantel definitely need to decorate it for Halloween. It can become a great Halloween display because it usually has a nice space to put there any decorations you want. You can choose your decorations from carved pumpkins, spooky ghosts, creepy spiders, dark bats and many other things. Just make sure that your decorations won’t hang near the fire area.
A bat garland isn't that hard to DIY. You just need to print their silhouettes and cut them from black cardboard or duct tape.
Battery-operated BOO Marquee Letters are perfect solution to light up any Halloween arrangement.
White tulle serves as a more sophisticated and less messy version of cotton or polyester cobwebs.
Purple is a very beautiful and dramatic color so it's great for Halloween decor. Adding several pumpkins painted in this color and covered with glitter would make your arrangement quite glam.
Black and gold is a great color scheme for many ocassions but it's especially great for Halloween.
Mice playing among the pumpkins looks great with bat/spider themed mantle scarf.
Two antique window frames gets a holiday makeover thanks to a creepy spider webs and spider silhouette cutouts.
Spray painted skeleton figures might become a great way to add a personal touch to your Halloween decorations.
Do you have a mirror or a picture hanging above a mantel? If so, you can easily hang cheesecloth "cobweb" on it.
Place a few hedge apples on a small cake stand and a bunch of faux spiders all around. A crow could watch them dance!
Draw the letters B-O-O on a trio of pumpkins using a black marker. You can use them as a centerpiece of your mantel's decor.
Hand carved and painted tombstones are an inexpensive and easy way to create a cool Halloween outdoor and indoor displays.
Sparkly skulls and tall candelabras could give any arrangement a glamorous vibe.
To add a contemporary touch to your Halloween mantelscape put a bunch of modern picture frames with gorgeous photos of autumn there.
Share a bewitching message right on your mantel with block letters.
Finish the Halloween mantelscape with a paper Halloween banner.
Write a ghoulish message on chalkboard pieces and hang it right above your mantel.
A bunch of rustic wood boards with a black wreath on them could become a great addition to your living room's Halloween decor.
Cobwebs are easy touches to finish off any Halloween display.
Attach black cardboard bat silhouettes to your wall lights.
A spooky decal from your local crafts store and apply to a smoothly painted surface. It'd be easy to peel off later.
Wrap some of your books with heavy-duty brochure paper. Attach your own text and Halloween embellishments on them.
The cool thing about pumpkins decorations is that there are lots of cool ways to make them look gorgeous besides simply carving jack-o-lanterns.