Halloween Fences

Halloween Fences

Halloween Fences

Pep Up Your Halloween Fences With Eye-Catching Decorations

A fence dressed up for Halloween offers fun and excitement for ghosts, witches, guests and trick-or-treaters who come by your house.  Bringing it to life with webs and spiders, skeletons, ghosts, bats and various other creepy objects is fun and festive.  Put a few googly eyes on nearby bushes or objects too for a good scare.  Let your imagination be the guide! Keep reading for more ideas about Halloween fences…


DIY Halloween Decorating Ideas

Make your own ghosts, use pieces of scrap wood for scary signs, or create creepy looking pumpkins.  Use your craft or painting skills to spook up some haunted figures to rattle your neighbors.  If the spirit really moves you, make your own cemetery picket fence out of wood scraps and PVC pipes.

Lighted jack-o-lanterns or illuminated garland can add a spooky touch to your fence. Carve up some creepy pumpkins or use electric or battery-operated props to scare visitors. You can also hang spooky lanterns or add floating candles to your display.

If you want a less-scary look, decorate your fence area with rich-colored mums, bright orange pumpkins, scarecrows and string lights.


Halloween Fences & 2022 Trends

Animal skeletons are becoming a top trend this year. They come in cute and creepy options.  Expect to see everything from skeleton mice to bats and slithering snakes.  Animatronic wolves are also appearing along with larger-than-life yard decorations.

According to the National Retail Federation, consumer spending on Halloween-related items reached $10.14 billion in 2021, up about $2 million from 2020.


Fence Decorating for Other Seasons

Decorate your fence with garlands, wreaths and red bows at Christmas for a festive look. Consider hanging ornaments on the fence with fishing wire in various lengths.  String lights can make your display shine.

Letters that come in various designs and colors can make a fence pop.  Metal art painted in bright colors will stand out.  Make, or buy your own wooden butterflies.  If you have a knack for crafts, create dragonflies out of old table legs and ceiling fan blades.  Paint them in various bright colors.

Create wall art on your fence with picture frames.  Paint them in festive colors to match the season of the year. Hang them on the fence, using an attractive design pattern.

Paint your picket fence in multiple colors to add some charm. You can use a different color for each rail, or a bold color on multiple rails to add personality.  Your fence will not only pop, but the paint will protect the wood.

Raised flower gardens against a fence offer beauty.  Add trellises and climbing plants, too. Put string lights or solar-powered lights on your outdoor fence, trellis or greenery for a nighttime glow.  Fairy lights are also stylish and will brighten up the fence.

A ladder of planter boxes not only looks nice, but saves garden space too.  Pots with colorful plants can also add some fun.  Wooden crates in various colors will add excitement and storage space.


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