It’s getting nippy outside, and the holiday season is just a hop, skip, and jump away— and it all starts with Halloween. And this means it’s time to decorate. If you’re looking to take your decorations a step ahead of mainstream plastic skeletons, and get yourself Halloween-ready, we know just the way. Read on to find out how to easily (and smartly) make your home seem as spooky as ever.


Amazon Echo or Echo Dot

To keep up with the festivities, you’ll want to fill your home with an eerie soundtrack. For this, all you’ll need is an Amazon Echo or Echo Dot! With either of these, you’ll only have to ask Alexa to play your Halloween playlist, and your home will be emitting creepy vibes in no time.


Wondering what music to play? Check out this Halloween playlist on Saavn.


Philips Hue Color Ambience Bulbs

Now, bid farewell to untangling old-school light strips. With the Philips Hue Color Ambience bulbs, you can fill your home with lights of any color you please— thereby helping you achieve the creepy vibe you want for your home. Check out the Philips Hue Halloween app and let the eeriness descend!




SmartThings Motion Sensors

Freak your guests out by having your lights turn on and off automatically when they enter a room, with a couple of SmartThings Motion Sensors!




WeMo Insight Switch

In case you’re looking to set up a smoke machine or have your oven turn off automatically (you don’t want to burn what’s cooking, do you?) you could plug into the WeMo Insight switch for controlled, automated usage.




Fire TV stick

In the mood to watch a horror movie this Halloween? With a Fire TV stick, and a Prime Video subscription, you’ll be good to go!




Here’s a glimpse of what smart devices can do for you this Halloween

With these 5 handy devices, you’ll be able to make your home the scariest haunted house in your neighborhood, and an absolute winner. If you’re looking for more ideas and inspiration, or are looking to more about these products, visit our ‘Smart Connectivity’ section, and have all your doubts cleared. Happy Halloween!

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