Fun Halloween Decorations for Your Cubicle


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If you’re getting in the Halloween spirit at work, you don’t have to restrict yourself to only decorating the front of your home. You can also take the season to work and brighten up your cubicle.

Here are a few ideas you can use to add some pumpkin spice and Halloween-style to your workspace:

  • Make it a sign! 

Halloween Wooden Tabletop - photo credit: target.com

Halloween Wooden Tabletop – photo credit: target.com

Fun signs are a great way to add some seasonal spunk to your desk area. This Halloween wooden tabletop sign is a sparkly and festive addition to your workspace to direct your co-workers to that coveted candy bowl.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Pumpkin much?

Foam Pumpkin - Photo credit: www.target.com

Foam Pumpkin – Photo credit: www.target.com

This lightweight foam pumpkin is a great alternative to real pumpkins (which may rot over time). Place it on your desk, on a bookcase or on the floor of your cubicle or office, and welcome the season!

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  • Deck the walls!

Happy Halloween Banner Set - Photo credit: www.target.com

Happy Halloween Banner Set – Photo credit: www.target.com

 

How about adorning your cubicle walls with a fun banner set like this Happy Halloween set to welcome colleagues. I also like this fun shatterproof wreath that will look great on your office door as well.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Serve the Fun!

Halloween Ceramic Pumpkin Bowl - Photo credit: target.com

Halloween Ceramic Pumpkin Bowl – Photo credit: target.com

 

Nothing like a fun serving bowl to add some candy swag to your cubicle! I love this cheerful and whimsical ceramic pumpkin candy bowl, perfect for your desk.

 

 

 

 

 

How do you decorate your cubicle or office for Halloween?

 

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Author: Solange Lopes

Solange is the founder of The Corporate Sister, as well as an author, entrepreneur and CPA. She’s passionate about helping women do work they love, build fulfilling careers and living life on their own terms.

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