My Eerie Entryway Decor for Halloween is sponsored by Wayfair.
Our Eerie Entryway Decor for Halloween
Our Eerie Entryway Decor for Halloween is spooky. HIMself loves Halloween. He takes over the outdoor decorations like a madman. The more the better is his attitude. Needless To Say, our front yard and porch are over the top scary. This year we had a theme – Eerie Entryway –a challenge issued to Wayfair Homemakers. He stepped up to the challenge.
We decorated early this year because Hurricane Michael had its eye on Florida. Even though we live in northeastern Florida (not the panhandle) we were expecting tropical storm winds and rain. I wanted to have the porch decorated and photographed before it hit…just in case. HIMself usually waits until the day before Halloween to decorate. (See the pre-storm windy in the video.)
As I sat down to browse the Halloween decorations in The Holiday Aisle at Wayfair.com, a plan began to form. I wanted it to be Skeleton Scary. I think we managed that.
The centerpiece of the entire porch is a life size skeleton that is poseable. She is very cool decked out in her witch hat and black lace pumps I found at the thrift store and painted black. They are covered by shoe costume that makes them even more fun and exaggerated. Who has shoes on a skeleton as Eerie Entryway Decor for Halloween?
She is sitting in my favorite wicker chair, holding a Welcome sign I painted on styrofoam.
He started decorating with miles and miles of spider webbing lapped over the porch lights, dangling from the ceiling and soffits, and wrapped around the pumpkins. Reaper Zombies in tattered clothing hang amid smaller skeletons. A huge spider web hangs from one of the light fixtures.
Really Eerie Entryway Decor for Halloween are the Glow in the Dark skeleton hands we buried just beside the sidewalk. They give the appearance that something is going to jump forth from the ground at any moment. A RIP tombstone sits on the other side of the walkway.
Speaking of pumpkins…he perched a large hairy, scary spider on both of the pumpkins set next to the porch columns. They are all wound up in the spider web.
Three skulls are placed in our small wicker chair. A Spooky sign from our Halloween collection is always present in our decor.
I love the skeleton door cover that I bought a few years ago. It gives a frightening peek at what lies inside the door. Ghosts hang from the spider web draped columns. Bats hang from the ceiling just waiting to scare visitors and make it a truly Eerie Entryway. When I snapped this photo the sun was high overhead and cast the rays over the image giving it an even more eerie look and feel. I did not alter or filter this photo in any way.
I don’t know if it was the storm that created these ghostly images, but I love them showcasing our Eerie Entryway Decor for Halloween.
Night Views of Eerie Entryway Decor for Halloween
It looks pretty eerie at night.
HIMself adds more and more eerie to the decor after the storm. Skulls light the walkway now.
They seem to be laughing too. EERIE…
You can find most of my Eerie Entryway Decorations on my Wayfair Wishlist.