Halloween is a holiday for which everyone is excited. For kids, these times are associated with lots of sweets, tricks, and treats and for both the younger and older generations, Halloween is a time for scary costumes and lots of fun interactions.


With the change of the seasons, comes changes in our living area, especially the dining places. Vivid flowers are changed with autumn-like aesthetic plants, fruits are changed as well. So why not mix things up with Halloween decorations? You can summon witches, ghosts, spiders, and many more scary creatures to spice up your interior.


If you like spooky stuff, Halloween is the day for you. You can express yourself however you want, grab some snacks, or a horror movie and you are good to go. But as we mentioned, adding some details to your kitchen will make things even spookier.


A kitchen can be a perfect place to start redecorating your home. There are way too many objects, furniture, or access that can be used for a clever jump scare effect if planned properly.

5 Spooky Halloween Ideas for Your Kitchen:


Retro Hood with Halloween Hangings


Hang witches' hats from the ceiling next to your stove hood to remind everyone that you brew magic in the kitchen daily. For added effect, simply use tacks and clear fishing lines to create the illusion that the hats are floating in mid-air.


1900 Inspired Classic Stove


Black appliances are perfect for a frightful Halloween Kitchen, especially if you have a classic 1900-inspired stove in Matte Black and Chrome. Introduce the iconic Halloween cat, jack-o-lantern-themed plates, and skull-shaped sugar dishes, or simply add spider webs where there were none before. There is no way to incorrectly decorate your Halloween kitchen, as long as you stick with the general theme – the creepier, the better.


Creepy Microwave


Even lighter-colored appliances can be accessorized by adding some more sparkly Halloween touches. Glue plastic spiders or bugs to magnets to decorate your refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, or microwave with some Halloween-themed creepy crawlers.


Pastel Halloween Retro Stove


Your pastel colored appliances can still be spooky! If you have a kitchen that features light appliances in colors like pale yellow or blue, you can still decorate them in ghoulish or ghostly decorations. Stick to traditional Halloween colors like orange, black, or white for a classic take on the spooky holiday, or simply accessorize with whatever decorations you find fitting. Just because your kitchen is beach themed doesn't mean it can't still be haunted, right?


Tarantulas on a Stove


Under normal circumstances, seeing a giant tarantula crawling all over the top of your stove might be cause for alarm. During Halloween season? A normal occurrence, with homes being (voluntarily) decorated with creepy-crawly creatures. Use tape, string, or sticky tack, to hang creepy spiders in various sizes on your stovetop or other kitchen appliances.

Article Author Vestel Georgia, 2022-10-31