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Turn your home into a haunted house this Halloween

These three Halloween trends are sure to suit everybody

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Turn your home into a haunted house this Halloween

Throw a monster party with hordes of frightfully impressive decorations - you'll be the envy of all your friends...

Kids

Wow your little monsters on the 31st by filling the house with ghastly ghosts and cheeky pumpkins. These bright characters are frighteningly fun - hang them up around your home and you'll have youngsters screaming with delight. 

In the picture: Pumpkin light chain, Hanging pumpkin decoration and hanging skull decoration, tinsel treat buckets, Halloween hanging decor and felt pumpkin bucket.

Glamour 

Throw a sophisticated Halloween bash that would make Count Dracula feel at home with these gloriously Gothic decorations. Create your own morbid mansion with black roses, gold skulls and LED candles, then serve up deathly black cocktails. 

In the picture:  Glitter skeleton, lace tablecloth (hanging on mirror), light-up lamp, pumpkin decor set, metallic skull, gold glittering pumpkin, black rose chain garland.

Haunting

Planning on having a few extra bodies around the dinner table tonight? Set the mood with creepy candlelight and ghoulish goblets, plus a heady mix of sweets, squawks and skeletons...

In the picture: Animated talking zombie crow in cage, paper pumpkins, skull candy bowl, small skeleton, plastic skull goblets. 

Feeling inspired to turn your home into a haunted house? Make sure you stock up on everything you need at Asda or pop into your local store