I don’t know about you, but I can’t even believe it’s already October! How in the world is that even possible?! With the new month upon us, I’m definitely ready to get into the Halloween spirit. I’ve had a few readers tell me that they love to decorate for holidays, with the exception of Halloween. The reason? Because they don’t like the combination of bright orange and black. I can completely relate because these colors don’t look quite right mixed in with my home’s soft color palette. However, Halloween decor doesn’t always have to be bright orange and black! While it requires a little more hunting, neutral Halloween decor can definitely be found!
To help with this challenge that a number of you face, I’ve rounded up a collection of neutral Halloween decor, as well as decor with some softer and coastal colors.
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What’s great is that many of these items can be used through the entire fall season. Particularly all of the adorable pumpkins that come in a variety of colors!
Also, I included a couple of options for downloadable artwork. This is one of my favorite affordable ways to add some Halloween decor to my home. I’m talking just $5 if you already have a frame! Just print, insert the artwork into a frame and you’re ready to go! I’ve even linked some inexpensive frame options below if you’re in need of a frame.
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Frames for the Downloadable Neutral Halloween Artwork
To pair with the downloadable artwork that I included in this neutral Halloween decor post, I also gathered up a few frames (all from Amazon!) that will work depending on the size you choose to print.
I hope you love this neutral Halloween decor as much as I do! As always, if there’s a particular item that you’re looking for to complete your Halloween or fall decorating, let me know! I’d be happy to provide some options!
For more fall home decor ideas, check out my “Fall Home Decorating Ideas That Are Easy on the Wallet” post or my “Fall Decor” board on Pinterest.