9 Pink Halloween Decor Ideas We’ve Already Added to Our Carts

Move over, orange and black! Pink Halloween decorations are this year’s newest trend, and we’re embracing the chance to mix things up. This year has been a non-traditional year in many ways, so why not opt for a non-traditional Halloween color scheme too? 

According to Google Trends, searches for “pink Halloween decor” are up almost 100% since last October, and the Instagram hashtag #pinkhalloween has been picking up steam as well, with over 7,000 new images tagged. Of course, you don’t have to do a total overhaul of your holiday decorations: Pick a few rosy statement pieces and mix them in with your traditional orange and black decor pieces. 

To help you get started, we’ve rounded up our favorite pink pumpkins, wall hangings, and bat-themed decor.

Mercury Glass Pumpkins

If you’re more of an upscale decorator, these mercury glass pumpkins are an easy way to add a pop of pink to your decor. Use them to dress up a Halloween mantel or make them the star of this year’s Halloween centerpiece. Choose from a 10-inch tall gourd shape, 5-inch tall small pumpkin, or 3-inch tall mini pumpkin—or buy the set!

Buy It: Mercury Glass Pumpkins ($29, Pottery Barn)

Pumpkin Plates

While we won’t be throwing any big Halloween parties this year due to social distancing restrictions, we’ll still be finding fun ways to celebrate at home. Whether you’re serving hot dog mummies for lunch or plating up a tasty Halloween dessert, this set of six pink paper plates makes a festive addition.

Buy It: Halloween Plates ($6 for 6, Etsy)

Velvet Pumpkins

We love adding velvet pumpkins to our Halloween decor, and these are available in a gorgeous rosy hue. The pumpkins come in four sizes (from extra small 4-inch pumpkins to the extra large 10-inch variety), and the seller offers several shades of pink so you can mix and match.

Buy It: Velvet Pumpkins (from $18, Etsy)

Balloon Garland

Just because you’re not throwing a Halloween bash doesn’t mean you can’t go all out for spooky season! Simply pick your desired length and this kit comes with everything you need to build your own. This pink balloon banner will put you in the Halloween spirit right away—and since it starts at just $16, you’ll have budget left over for more pumpkins and bats!

Buy It: Halloween Balloon Garland (from $16, Etsy)

Wickedly Cute Artwork

This Halloween-themed art print is adorable—and because it’s a digital download, it couldn’t be easier to add to your existing decor! Just print out the art to fit any size frame and swap out your regular photos for this not-so-spooky message. Frame this for your mantel or use it to decorate the kids’ rooms for the season.

Buy It: Halloween Printable ($3, Etsy)

Skull Planter

This year we discovered how much we love mini succulents (here are our favorite varieties!), and after seeing this tiny pink skull planter, we can’t not buy one. This one is big enough to hold a tiny plant or a

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This Pink Kitchen Is Major Renovation Inspiration

Location: Though the address is technically on the bustling Brixton Road, the house is set back as a refuge from the action. “When you come off the street, which is really busy and hectic and polluted, and there’s this very quiet, high-walled, green garden out the back, it really does feel like a little oasis,” Rosie says.

The before: Prior to the renovation, the kitchen and living room were combined in a cramped, gloomy box. With just a single barred window, the area was so dark that Rosie needed to keep all the lights on during the day. The finishes were also rather cheap.

The inspiration: “The building itself is Victorian, but because it’s a basement flat, there are no original features—no cornicing, no historical fireplaces. If I had had those things, I probably would’ve gone for a more classical look, but I thought it would be quite nice to go for something that had echoes of modernism. I wanted it to have a slight midcentury feel, but also be quite contemporary.”

Square footage: 4 square meters (approximately 43 square feet)

Budget: £70,000 (approximately $89,700)

A smattering of artwork hangs above Rosie’s dining table. She isn’t embarrassed to confess that the California image is just the picture that came in the IKEA frame.

Main ingredients

Cabinetry: Pluck Custom Birch Plywood Cabinets with Ruskin Blossom Laminate and London Plane Veneer Fronts and Pill-Shaped Recessed Handles. “I went for the pink, which is obviously an incredible millennial cliché, but it is really lovely, soft, and easy to live with,” Rosie admits. “The wooden-fronted ones are London Plane, which is a native tree that’s found all over the city. They have a very beautiful lace grain.”

Countertops: White Corian. “I was obsessed with having really bright things because my last kitchen was so dark,” says Rosie. “I wanted it to feel really clean and fresh.”

Flooring: Granorte Cork Tiles. “The cork floor is very ’70s, but I love it,” Rosie says.

“The really lovely thing about a cork floor is if you drop something, it doesn’t break,” Rosie notes. “I was originally going to go for a poured concrete, but I’m so glad I didn’t. The cork is really soft underfoot and always feels quite warm.”

 “The great pleasure of having a glass roof is that the plants are so happy and grow really well,” Rosie says.

Windows and Roof: Futureglass.“There’s an aluminum frame with panes of triple-glazed glass, so it’s got really good heat retention. It’s quite cool as well,” says Rosie.

Wall Paint: Little Greene French Grey Mid

Lighting: Hans Due for Fog & Mørup Pendant. “That is an eBay find,” Rosie reveals. “It’s a ’70s Danish light. The half-mirrored bulb gives it an interesting element.”

Faucet: Nivito RH-300 in Brushed Steel

Appliances: Bosch Electric Range and AEG Oven

Most insane splurge: The custom Pluck cabinetry system was Rosie’s most expensive purchase.

Sneakiest save: “I try to never buy new furniture,” Rosie says. “Obviously the appliances were new because

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Covid compliance, 50 shades of pink highlight Art in the Garden | Home & Garden

Several months ago, Noyes Art Gallery owner Julia Noyes asked Lincoln Parks and Recreation Director Lynn Johnson if her eighth annual Art in the Garden could take place during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“He told me, ‘Yes, we definitely want you to do this event,’” Noyes recalled. By collaborating with Lincoln Parks and Rec, the Lancaster County Health Department and the City of Lincoln, Noyes’ Art in the Garden became a reality Sept. 12 at the Sunken Gardens.

“We felt so grateful, elated and privileged to be able to do this event,” Noyes said. “So many events have been canceled. The 40 participating artists prepared for this for a whole year. It’s a huge endeavor for them.”

Noyes said the event followed 28 pages of health department guidelines, including the COVID-19 risk index, which involved some waiting time among guests to limit the number of people attending at one time. A City of Lincoln intern screened guests at the entrance and let people in as others exited. Arrows marked a one-way path through the gardens to minimize contact among attendees.

Noyes added that 32 volunteers made sure people practiced social distancing, walked guests across 27th Street, assisted the artists and helped wherever they were needed.

Gardeners Steve Nosal and Alice Reed said they designed the Sunken Gardens to honor women with the theme “50 Shades of Pink,” along with some yellow flowers to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which granted women the right to vote.

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Kylie Jenner wore a scarf as a top and matched her accessories to the pink interior of her car



Kylie Jenner posing for a picture: Kylie Jenner matched her accessories to the interior of her car. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images


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  • On Wednesday, Kylie Jenner shared photos of herself on Instagram wearing an outfit that matched her Rolls-Royce.
  • The Kylie Cosmetics founder wore an Emilio Pucci scarf as a top, white sweatpants, and $410 Nike x Sacai LDWaffle sneakers. 
  • She accessorized her look with a Prada bucket hat, an Hermès Kelly Bag, and gold jewelry. 
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Kylie Jenner found the perfect outfit to match her expensive car. 

On Wednesday, the Kylie Cosmetics founder shared photos and videos of herself on Instagram wearing a laid-back outfit that matched the pink interior of her custom Rolls-Royce. 

“It’s everything for me,” she captioned her Instagram photo.

it’s everything for me

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Jenner wore an Emilio Pucci silk scarf as a top, white sweatpants with white socks over the top, and $410 Nike x Sacai LDWaffle sneakers. 

She accessorized her look with a $450 Prada nylon bucket hat that was out of stock at the time of writing, as well as an Hermès Kelly bag. Jenner also wore yellow-gold jewelry, including a 1997 diamond ring in honor of the year she was born in, a “Storm” necklace for her daughter Stormi, a personalized $1,100 Adinas Jewels diamond necklace with her name on it, and Cartier love rings.

The second photo she posted on Instagram gave fans a closer look at her accessories, and the custom plate on her car that says “Stormi’s Mom.”

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Inside Strictly star JJ Chalmers’ family home with stylish new bathroom and pink playhouse in the garden

STRICTLY star JJ Chalmers has been thrust into the limelight after being picked for the BBC competition – admitting it felt “completely off the chart”.

He’ll soon begin training for Strictly in the gorgeous family home he shares with wife Kornelia Chitursko who he married back in 2015.

Invictus Games star JJ Chalmers has been thrust into the spotlight after joining Strictly Come Dancing

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Invictus Games star JJ Chalmers has been thrust into the spotlight after joining Strictly Come Dancing

It is not known how the pair met, but JJ was spotted training with Kornelia for the Invictus Games and the couple share a four year old daughter called Hayley.

The family live in a village in the countryside and JJ often shares stunning snaps of his quaint life.

Their grand home boasts a stylish new bathroom, pink playhouse for their daughter and a huge garage where JJ loves to carry out DIY projects.

But the humble ex soldier revealed the reality of family life when he showed off his messy laundry room.

JJ has a four year old daughter Hayley with his wife Kornelia

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JJ has a four year old daughter Hayley with his wife Kornelia
The ex Royal Marine is an Invictus Games gold medalist

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The ex Royal Marine is an Invictus Games gold medalist
The humble ex soldier revealed the reality of family life when he showed off his messy laundry room

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The humble ex soldier revealed the reality of family life when he showed off his messy laundry room
But they have a glorious bathroom with a chic tyle design and showtopping light features

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But they have a glorious bathroom with a chic tyle design and showtopping light features
The family's home boasts a huge garden

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The family’s home boasts a huge garden
JJ built his little girl a pink playhouse

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JJ built his little girl a pink playhouse

The Invictus Games 2018 host may be familiar to viewers in his role as a TV presenter.

He is good mates with Invictus Games founder Prince Harry and said the royal will be “laughing his head off” when he sees his pal on the dancefloor.

He added “I’m look forward to learning something brand new.”

He even spoke about embracing the glitz and glam of the dance show, saying on ITV’s Lorraine: “I’m going to immerse myself in this process” and said he would  “go the whole hog with costumes and glitter”.

The ex Royal Marine is learning something new on Strictly

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The ex Royal Marine is learning something new on Strictly
JJ Chalmers lives in a glorious home in the countryside

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JJ Chalmers lives in a glorious home in the countryside
The abode boasts a huge garden

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The abode boasts a huge garden
JJ loves to build things in his garage

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JJ loves to build things in his garage
The star shows off some of his cycling equipment revealing the home's beautifully tiled floors

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The star shows off some of his cycling equipment revealing the home’s beautifully tiled floors
JJ won £500 for the Invictus Games charity on Pointless last year

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JJ won £500 for the Invictus Games charity on Pointless last year
JJ's injuries included losing two fingers on his left hand

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JJ’s injuries included losing two fingers on his left hand

JJ told Lorraine his injuries from service mean he has “terrible posture”, but said he’d work on it in dance rehearsals.”

Prince Harry persuaded JJ to enter first enter the Invictus Games in 2014, and JJ won gold in a cycling event.

JJ and his wife even received an invite to all parts of Harry’s 2018 royal wedding.

JJ was severely injured in a bomb blast in Afghanistan

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JJ was severely injured in a bomb blast in Afghanistan
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