IKEA's first-ever Halloween collection is giving us affordably rich vibes – these are the best low-key luxe looks

They're stylish rather than spooky, which suits us fine

IKEA halloween
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For the first time, IKEA has dropped a Halloween collection and, as you might expect, it's tastefully Scandi. 

IKEA is, of course, known and loved for its sleek and accessible decor, making it the perfect place to find stylish Halloween decoration ideas (not always an easy task).

We've narrowed down the best options from this range so you don't have to, but if you want to shop the entire collection yourself, you can go straight to the IKEA's Halloween decor page

IKEA's new Halloween decor range – the best picks

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There's some great Halloween decor and lighting to love in this range.

Best IKEA Halloween decor

Halloween table decor

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Want to know how to decorate tastefully for Halloween? These buys will work.

Best IKEA Halloween lights

Halloween door decor ideas with pumpkins and candles in hurricane vases lining either side of the doorsteps

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If you're thinking Halloween porch decor, you might like to invest in some lighting. There are plenty of IKEA Halloween lights to buy, but we've chosen our top three.


What other fall decor does IKEA have?

IKEA has a range of kitchen items such as bowls, glasses, a table runner and colored napkins that IKEA suggests are perfect to 'serve up a cauldron-worthy cocktail'.

IKEA Halloween decor is new and on sale now, find them all at IKEA's Halloween decorations & decor page.

Lola Houlton
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