There are several ways to decorate a home for Halloween in Hendersonville. Decor can change from scary to child-friendly to more traditional, whatever fits your home and preference. Read on to check out our tips for this year’s Halloween festivities and trick-or-treating decor!
Best Ways To Make It Scary
If scary decor is your cup of tea, try out a maze or haunted walkway to the front door complete with spooky lighting and music. Adding fog machines, strobe lights and spooky music can pump anyone’s adrenaline and leaves them guessing about what comes next. If your family is up for participating, gather everyone into the mix by dressing up and working themselves into the maze for a good scare.
Trick-or-Treat Kid Style
For those who want more child-friendly decorations there is always the traditional sidewalks lined with smiling carved pumpkins. Halloween lights around the doorway, trees or bushes that are orange or purple. Ghosts can be hung from the trees and have smiles on their faces to ensure a more friendly environment. There are many types of inflatable, friendly creatures that can be placed in the yard for additional decorations. This way children will not be scared of the home. This is a happier outlook of decorations that are appropriate for all ages.
Traditional seasonal decor is going to be for those who want to set their home up for the fall season, rather than focusing on just Halloween. Many can do so by decorating with pumpkins, ears of corn, hay bales and scarecrows.