How your favourite famous faces are decorating for Halloween

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With Halloween fast approaching, we look at how our favourite celebs and their families are keeping it creeping on Instagram.

Kicking off the party season, Halloween is a great excuse to decorate your house, bake some gorey delights and have fun with your fancy dress. These celebs are getting chic with their pumpkin displays, bringing some tradition to the festivity and get icky with their infants.

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David Beckham

home with ghoulish monster hangs

(Image credit: Nicole Richie)

The Beckhams strike again with their home decorations! This huge, ghoulish monster hangs above their door and causes a mysterious curtain to fall across the entranceway. We're sure there's an eerie glow at night when it's lit.

Nicole Richie

room with skulls on table

(Image credit: Victoria Beckham)

Socialite Nicole Richie is married to a punk-band lead vocalist, so it's no surprise her home gets a spooky transformation this time of year. Her display of skulls and pumpkins in monochrome and bronze look chic and fashionable.

Victoria Beckham


(Image credit: Fearne Cotton)

Spice up our life with Beckham inspired bakes. This fun batch of cupcakes are smothered in evil icing designs and are a great way to spend time in the kitchen with your kids. To avoid a household-sugar-overload, hand them out to your trick-or-treaters.

Fearne Cotton

room with wooden table and pumpkin and candle

(Image credit: Holly Willoughby)

Presenter Fearne Cotton keeps it simple with this autumnal table display. Candles and rustic tones look great this time of year and we love the use of pumpkin lookalike, Chinese lantern fruit, physalis. Carved peppers and satsuma skins are fun alternatives too.

Holly Willoughby

boy and girl in Halloween attire

(Image credit: Alex Chung)

Holly and fellow presenter, Gino D'Acampo, get into the Halloween spirit on ITV This Morning. Holly's make-up transforms her from an innocent Alice from Alice in Wonderland into a gruesome doll - we love the creepy contacts!

Alex Chung

Pumpkin patch

(Image credit: Kourtney Kardashian)

Model Alexa Chung picks out a few alternative pumpkins for her personal patch this year - look at the size of it! Mix with a few un-ripened pumpkins to give a mouldy look, add some disfigured Cucurbitas and chuck in a few munchkin mini ones.

Kourtney Kardashian

women and kids with superhero costume

(Image credit: Gisele Bündchen)

This reality star has dressed as everything from cats to skeletons to mermaids. This year, Kourtney channels a supernatural vibe and gets all her kids involved too - we love the family look and it will look WICKED when trick-or-treating together.

Gisele Bündchen

Dead masks

(Image credit: Adrian Lima)

Supermodel Gisele dresses behind these oversized Day of the Dead masks. The Latino tradition gathers friends and families to pray for and remember the deceased and coincides with Allhallowtide, otherwise known as Halloween.

Adrian Lima

nail with nail art skull

(Image credit: Gordon Ramsey)

Victoria's Secret model, Adriana Lima, has put down her angel wings this Halloween and is channelling her darker side. Nail art is a fun, easy and understated way to incorporate dress-up in your everyday - these glitter skulls add demonic details.

Gordon Ramsey

pumpkin recipe

(Image credit: Cara Delevingne)

Chef extraordinaire Gordon Ramsey shares his recipe for the perfect pumpkin dip this party season. Mix the roasted squash with chickpeas and a sprinkling of North African ingredients ras el hanout and tahini. Serve with some charred pittas or flatbreads and present in a dug-out pumpkin.

Cara Delevingne

girl face with angel and demon artwork

(Image credit: Cara Delevingne)

With much hype around her 2016 film, Suicide Squad, in which she plays a feral enchantress, actress and model Cara Delevingne celebrates the dual between good and bad at Halloween with this artwork.


Tamara was Ideal Home's Digital Editor before joining the Woman & Home team in 2022. She has spent the last 15 years working with the style teams at Country Homes & Interiors and Ideal Home, both now at Future PLC. It’s with these award wining interiors teams that she's honed her skills and passion for shopping, styling and writing. Tamara is always ahead of the curve when it comes to interiors trends – and is great at seeking out designer dupes on the high street.