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get spooky season styled with our Halloween home decor collection.

As fog settles, full moons rise and the scent of pumpkin spice fills the autumn air, it can mean but one thing – the witching hour is close at hand. Our Halloween home decor range is swarming with spooky seasonal designs, from tufted ghosts to abstract apparitions, spellbinding witchy prints and more, all available in a range of muted and bright hues. Shop the collection.

Whether you’re on the hunt for blood-curdling bedding, creepy seasonal cushions or a big cosy blanket that’ll keep any boogeyman at bay – you’ll find petrifyingly good picks in our Halloween collection. Sneak your way past all-seeing eyes, uncanny cats and sinister slithering serpents, or keep the vibe cosy and autumnal with tufted pumpkins, starry night scenes and a soothing palette of harvest hues.



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As darkness falls across the land, our Halloween home decor’s in high demand. Get your space spruced for the spooky season with our chilling collection of seasonal picks, from eerie abstractions and monstrous motifs to insulating fleece fabrics that put a softer spin on the festivities. Scare yourself stiff with classic Halloween hues of pumpkin orange and crow feather black, or keep the creepiness at arms’ length with warming autumnal shades.

Dare to dive deeper? A horde of hair-rising home decor awaits, from thrilling throws and cushions to bedding that’ll bewitch even the most fiendish of spirits. Unearth a cadaverous crypt of interiors inspo with our blog, and sink your teeth into guides on everything from celebrating Halloween at home to styling for the spooky season.

when is Halloween 2023?

All Hallows’ Eve, Samhain, Spooky Season – while it goes by many names, you’ll be pleased to hear that Halloween always falls on the same date. In the UK and beyond, Halloween is celebrated on the 31st of October, with most of the festivities traditionally taking place after nightfall. Popular traditions range from fancy dress to trick-or-treating and include seasonal games like apple bobbing and pumpkin carving.

While Halloween began as an ancient pagan festival marking the end of the harvest season and beginning of winter, it’s since become a secular celebration of all things spooky. These days, the holiday is all about dressing up, decorating and embracing the eerier side of life. The perfect opportunity to give your home a monstrous makeover or swathe yourself in earthy autumn hues – Halloween home decor can be whatever you want it to be.

when to put Halloween decorations up in the UK.

While the spooky season is known for unifying spirits in a worldwide celebration of the sinister, just when to start hoisting up that Halloween home decor remains a point of contention. Bloodthirsty bats and cursed gravestones spawn outside the homes of devoted fright fanatics from early September, while gothic grinches might only muster a cobweb or two in the days leading up.

There’s no traditional date for when Halloween decorations should be put up, so it’s more up to you and your desired aesthetic. Autumn officially begins on the 23rd of September, which is arguably the earliest date for socially acceptable Halloween decorating. However, if you’re spook-obsessed and can’t wait to get your creep on, no one’s going to curse you for starting early. For a smooth seasonal transition, introduce earthy foliage shades like auburn, moss green and chestnut brown in autumn, and save your spookier accents until the first weekend of October.