We love Halloween parties but it really bugs us when hosts skip out on decorating our favorite room in the house - the bathroom! Make sure your Halloween party is a blast in every room in your house with these fun Halloween decorating ideas for small bathroom spaces.
The easiest way to decorate your bathroom for Halloween is to swap out your normal shower curtain for a creepier design! Shower curtains with frightening shadows are all the rage for Halloween this year. Our favorite is this ominous knife-wielding killer shadow shower curtain above from the European website Fantastic Frank via Rilane.
Zombies are also on the rise in small bathrooms this Halloween! This bold zombie shower curtain from the Etsy shop RW2Gallery will definitely startle your party guests when they turn on the bathroom light! And you can't go wrong with this classic horror movie shower curtain and bath mat from ThinkGeek. (If you prefer DIY, you can always make your own bloody bathroom crime scene with washable red paint.)
If a quick scare is more your style, you'll love this pop up Toilet Monster from Baron Bob! This hysterical prop hides beneath the toilet lid waiting for it's next victim that needs to use the restroom. With the shrieks coming from the bathroom all night, your party guests will wonder what's going on in there!
Another fun idea is for guests to think the Wicked Witch of the West melted in your bathtub! Just fill up your tub with water and a single witch's hat, like this bathtub featured on Sky Designs.
To round out your Halloween bathroom decorations, frightening little details will make your guests howl with delight! These creepy DIY apothecary jars from A Pumpkin and A Princess will look ghoulish displayed on the bathroom vanity or scattered in with products already in your shower and medicine cabinet. And these vampire fang dentures left out next to the sink from Lighthearted Holiday Displays are hysterical!
What are your favorite ways to decorate your small bathroom for Halloween? Tell us what you think in the comments section below or join the conversation on social media today!