Halloween calls for some spooky celebrations with friends and family. It is the perfect time to carve that pumpkin and bring out the best in terms of fashion and makeup.
However, any Halloween celebration will be incomplete if you don’t decorate your house. If you want to take the stress of getting your entire home ready for Halloween, the basement area will do just as fine.
We browsed through dozens of pics to bring you a list of five Halloween basement decorating ideas that we couldn’t bear to ignore anymore.
Create a Zombie Apocalypse
All you have to do is to cover your furniture with white sheets and sprinkle red paint all over it.
Add some neon and black lights and accessorize with some cutouts of blood-thirsty zombies to add to the overall effect. This is going to be a crazy Halloween night.
Unleash Your Demonic Side
Halloween is the perfect occasion to bring that junk lying in the house to perfect use. Take out the rusty iron chains, the broken stools, and crooked tin cans.
Add some dramatic lights to the whole set up and you are good to go. Alternately, you can even light up the place with candles to make it look even more dramatic and spooky.
Give It a Theme
Halloween can be truly made fun by hosting a theme party. Some ideas that you can truth include a ghost face mask party, a Game of Thrones party, or a skeleton hooded dress party.
You need to ensure the decor has elements from the theme to have maximum fun.
Scary Clown Halloween Party
There is nothing scarier than a clown, and what better occasion than Halloween to try this out.
Go all out by hosting a scary clown-themed Halloween party. From costumes to decorations, everything should have a clown that is intended to scare.
Go DIY to give the basement decoration a twist!
Give Your Basement a Gothic Look
Going gothic for Halloween is a classic idea that never goes out of style. Turn your basement into a gothic castle.
Create high-end drama by adding gothic colors like orange and black into the basement in the form of curtains, furniture covers, and the like. Add candles to the space and remove all other lights to keep it dark and edgy.
Scout the markets beforehand for Victorian candle holders to make them look authentic.
If you don’t want to cover everything, throw an ornate rug over the furniture while adding a carved pumpkin on a side table.
Those were our top five Halloween basement decor ideas. If you enjoyed the list, please tell us which ones stood out to you and why. Please share it with your friends so that they can be inspired to throw a Halloween party of their own.