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Actually nice Halloween decorations to get you ready for spooky season


By Megan Burns
09th Oct 2021
Actually nice Halloween decorations to get you ready for spooky season

Get your home in the spooky spirit, without sacrificing its style.

It’s October, and that means it’s officially acceptable to festoon your home with pumpkin-shaped ornaments and hang paper bats from the ceiling.

When it comes to Halloween decorations, it can be hard to find ones that you’d want displayed for more than the one day you’re expecting the trick-or-treaters. They can often be flimsy too, unlikely to last more than a year or two before you have to buy something new.

However, there are better options out there. Here are some stylish Halloween decorations that you’ll be happy to have up for the whole month (and for years to come).

Halloween decorations Ireland
Halloween Collection, £15, Katie Larmour Linen

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