Halloween is just around the corner and if you haven't already decked out your abode, we've got all of the inspiration you need. Celebrities always pull out all of the stops with their seasonal décor – check out Stacey Solomon's cosy lounge to Cristiano Ronaldo's jaw-dropping door display…
Georgina Rodriguez and Cristiano Ronaldo's Halloween door
Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo and his partner Georgina Rodriguez enlisted the help of The Christmas Company to transform their property's exterior for the festive season.
Founder Adele Gregson, has a wealth of celebrity clients including, Helen Flannagan, Freddie Flintoff, Mo Salah and Jonathan Ross but she confesses that "Ronaldo’s home was definitely the biggest and most extravagant we’ve done to date and that we’ve seen in terms of Halloween décor".
She continued: "Mainly due to the attention to detail. For example, his children never had toffee apples so they loved that those were included within the designs. We also did bespoke witches, personalised boxes with the children's names on and scary ghosts hanging throughout the home. The biggest trend for Halloween we’re noticing is the decorative arches. We’ve seen a rise in requests for pumpkin arches and scary mask arches, creating a statement for the entrance of the home."
Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury's Halloween living room
Adele's team also worked their magic for Love Island stars Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury and they have the most beautiful Halloween display inside their cosy lounge.
"Molly-Mae wanted a cosy autumnal feel, and this is something you can easily create at home by adding items to your fireplace or tables such as lanterns, LED lights, and a garland filled with twigs and orange leaves," reveals Adele.
Adele shares a frugal top tip. "Often people reuse their Christmas garlands and fill it with autumnal items like spiders, twigs, leaves and pumpkins, so no one would know it’s actually a Christmas garland. We’ve also had people use their Christmas trees as ‘Halloween’ trees which again can be created quite simply using the right spooky props."
Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash's Halloween living room
The Queen of seasonal décor, Stacey Solomon, hasn't disappointed this year and she took to Instagram to show off her incredible front door makeover - and her daughter Rose's reaction was priceless.
Stacey captioned the wholesome video: "Hello October. Decided to make our autumn door tradition all about Rose this year, for her birthday. She loves pumpkins & her favourite colours are 'pink, purple, orange & blue' so she told me so here it is… Used all of our old pumpkins & flowers from over the years just painted a few & added some of farmer Scott’s fresh ones too. Happy Autumn Everyone."
She also has a very cosy lounge filled with pumpkin décor. The Sort Your Life Out star has a jute pumpkin on her mantelpiece alongside a beautiful garland. On the floor you may also spy knitted pumpkins in green and cream. So cute!
Helen Flanagan's Halloween dining table
Helen Flanagan has transformed her family home into a Halloween house of horrors. One of our favourite areas has to be the dining room with an impressive occult tablescape complete with skull snowglobes and autumn leaves.
Billie Eilish's Halloween pumpkins
Singer Billie Eilish shared a photo dump to her Instagram feed and it included a look at her spooky decorations. The star has an array of pumpkins carved out with creepy faces, one with Billie's name and another that reads: "Tear you apart."
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Presenter Laura has totally transforms her front door area for the spooky season - here she opted for a huge floral display, abundant with bright flowers and rust-coloured foliage.
Laura Whitmore's impressive font door display
We can see from the Instagram Stories video she shared, the arrangement reaches up her door and there are also leaves entwined in her balcony. Accompanying this, we can see a collection of pumpkins displayed on Laura’s steps, ranging in sizes.
Reese Witherspoon caught our attention with a pumpkin display selfie outside her American home. The actress even co-ordinated her attire, sporting a cosy orange cardigan in the spirit of the season.
Reese Witherspoon snaps a picture with her pumpkin display
Behind her we can see a collection of mis-matched pumpkins, which are in keeping with the rustic theme of her front porch.
Cleaning influencer Mrs Hinch a.k.a. Sophie Hinchliffe has an immaculate home in Essex, which has minimal grey décor throughout. Sophie really goes to town with her exterior decorations though, adding an injection of colour with bright orange pumpkins and a pretty autumnal wreath. The Halloween-inspired entrance also features cobwebs around one of her pot plants and a personalised chair for son Ronnie.
Rebel Wilson wins the award for best pumpkin display. Not because her hand-carved pumpkin is particularly the most impressive – but because of the very stunning backdrop. The actress’ Hollywood home boasts impressive mountain views, and she took her seasonal snap just as the sun was setting.
The Kardashians are known for their lavish lifestyles and we are often treated to peeks inside Khloe’s mansion. Steering away from her usual glittering style, the reality star suprises us when she chose this pared-back choice of pumpkins. The mound of white pumpkins appeared to be piled up underneath a table, creating a large autumnal display.
TOWIE star Lydia Bright has a very rustic display outside of her lovely home, which she shares with daughter Loretta. She’s even added pumpkins to her plant pot and propped up a witch’s broom next to the door. We think Loretta will love her mother’s efforts!
Former TOWIE star Billi updated her Instagram followers with a snap of her doorstep display. This included not one, not two, but 19 pumpkins arranged outside her front door. The collection included some that were spray painted white, gold and metallic pink.
Billi tagged the company @halloweendoorstepdecor who list this collection as “The Zombie” and offer a delivery service of pretty pumpkins in the Essex area.
How to make a Halloween wreath
Feeling crafty? Here's a quick guide to making your own Halloween wreath out of entirely sustainable materials, thanks to bespoke florist Anna Eklöv, founder of LÖV Letterbox Flowers.
"We love to incorporate natural elements in our autumnal and Halloween décor to give it a rustic and inviting feel," says Anna. "Unlike Christmas wreaths with a green wreath base made out of pine, we think that a natural twine or rattan wreath base works best for autumn wreaths and gives it that organic look. The colours you want to stick to when decorating your Halloween wreath is yellow, orange, beige, brown and burgundy red."
- Start by attaching the leaves and dried foliage to the base of the wreath by sticking them in in between the twine. You can also use the glue gun at this point to make sure the leaves are extra secure. Keep in mind to attach them slightly overlapping one another yet loose and facing the same direction. Mix the colours of the leaves and foliage to create a natural and wild look. Cover the whole front and sides of the wreath.
- Next step is your pampas grass and wheat. Again, stick the stems down facing the same directions as the leaves and slightly out towards the sides. Focus on covering the side of the wreath. Cut the stems down a bit so they won’t poke out on the other side or at the back.
- Lastly add your decorations. Here you can really use your imagination and choose anything you think would look good in a Halloween wreath. We love using decorations such mini pumpkins, dried orange slices, berries, Chinese lanterns, yellow Craspedia flower and pinecones. The decorations are best to attach with a glue gun or wire since they easier fall off when it gets windy.