Classic Halloween Decorations Your Landmark Home Needs This October

Classic Halloween Decorations Your Landmark Home Needs This October

With Halloween fast approaching, it’s time to start planning your outdoor decorations for your Landmark home! Use these classic decorations to spook-ify your home this Halloween.

Spider Webs

What’s spookier than a gigantic spider web covering your driveway, lawn, porch and front door? Spider webs are a tradition around the Halloween season, so make sure to cover the outside and/or inside for your home with them this holiday.

Tombstones

From funny tombstone sayings to creepy tombstone shapes, tombstones are sure to frighten trick-or-treaters this Halloween. Check out these funny and frightening tombstone sayings you could put on your front lawn:

  • Do Not Open Until October 31st
  • I was Fred, Now I’m Dead
  • I’ll Be Back
  • Once I Wasn’t, Then I Was, Now I Ain’t Again
  • Your Name Here

Pumpkins

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Of course you have to have pumpkins on Halloween. Whether you choose to carve a spooky or silly pumpkin, you’ll have a blast creating Halloween pumpkins for your Landmark home with your family.

Spooky Music

Want to really spook trick-or-treaters this Halloween? Be sure to utilize spooky music! Grab some speakers and play either the Halloween music classics like Monster Mash or frightening noises like a witch’s cackle or a shrieking “BOO!” from a ghost.

Smoke/Fog

There’s nothing creepier than walking through a homemade cemetery filled with smoke and fog! If you want to go all out this Halloween, try and get a smoke machine from your local party store and fill your front lawn with spooky smoke.

This Halloween, Landmark communities across Middle Tennessee will be filled with trick-or-treaters and their families. Take a look at all the decorated Landmark homes and consider making your new home a Landmark home! 

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