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Spooky Sunroom Decorating Tips for all Hallows Eve


The best time of year is here. Halloween is a celebrated every year on October 31st. Everyone dresses up in their favorite costumes and begin to decorate their homes. Join in on the fun! Below we have listed some fun ways for you to decorate your sunroom or house for this festive holiday.

Pumpkins:
The most classic and festive way to decorate for Halloween is with pumpkins. Pumpkins are the symbol of fall. Gather different variations of pumpkins and gourds and leave them around the sunroom. Also, lighting a pumpkin scented candle will fill the room with the Halloween vibes.

Candy Corn:
Whenever you see those little white, yellow and orange candies you know Halloween has arrived. You can purchase a candy corn banner from Etsy that will ring in the season. Putting out a bowl of candy corn on the table will make for a sweet treat while hanging out with your family and friends.

Skulls:
Another spooky way to honor the Halloween season is to add some skulls into your sunrooms. You can purchase decorative skulls from your local Target or Walmart. They come in so many different colors and sizes, so there is definitely a few that you can add to give your guests a little scare.

Black Cats and Bats:
The iconic symbol of Halloween is black cats. Decorating with black cats is a scary way to bring it Halloween. You can purchase a hanging lantern that will illuminate your sunroom. They also sell decorative pillows you can throw on the chairs and couches in your sunroom. Another cool way to add the cats and bats to your sunroom is with a LED projector. Target sells them with bats, and you can project the images all throughout your sunroom.

The four ideas above will help for you to get spooky for the Halloween season. Your friends and family will enjoy the festive ideas and may even want to try them out too. Contact us today at Four Seasons Sunrooms and Windows for your free no obligation consultation!

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