With Halloween coming up, you may be wondering how to get that spooky vibe for the season. A go-to accessory for Halloween is, of course, witches. From tabletop dolls of cute, small child witches to ugly hags on the front lawn to those goofy flat hangings that make it look like a witch flew into your house, witches are completely synonymous with Halloween decor. So to get a perfect Halloween home, why not incorporate a witch or two? Below we’ll cover several fun ways to decorate with witches in your home this Halloween.

Fun placement

Perhaps one of the most enjoyable aspects of using a witch in your Halloween decor is the fun of finding places to put her. Since fantasy witches tend to fly on brooms, they can go just about anywhere. The photo above shows how placing a witch on the banister of a staircase makes it look like she’s flying through the home.

You might also consider hanging flying witches from the ceiling using clear wire. You could place a flat witch decoration high on the wall. Outdoors, you could have a flying witch hanging from a tree. Feel free to get creative with where you place your witches on broomsticks.

Realistic front door props

Decorate with Witches Entryway Figure

A witch at your entryway is a great way to greet trick-or-treaters. 

Another good way to decorate with witches is to place them right by the entryway of the home, as the photo above shows. It makes it look like the witch is either welcoming people or chasing them away, depending on how friendly or scary she looks.

The figure in the photo above also has a strong fairy tale vibe, since she’s holding out what looks like a poisonous red apple that she’s about to offer Snow White. It shows that you can get creative with little additions. Adding a faux red apple to any decor witch’s hand gives an instant fantasy feel.

Subtle hints

Decorate with Witches Pumpkin Design

You can go more subtle and conceptual by just displaying a witch’s hat. 

You also don’t have to go completely literal with your witch decor by finding realistic figures. You could subtly get a Halloween feel by incorporating items that hint at witchery, like the witch hat that sits on top of the cornucopia in the photo above. It’s a more subtle look if you’re not into the old hag or unrealistic fantasy side of witches.

And combining a witch hat with a cornucopia makes it a more versatile, all-purpose fall décor item that works from September all the way to Thanksgiving. It’s also a great way to get deep, bright hues into a space, thanks to the red foliage and orange pumpkins.

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