One of the greatest things about the Halloween decor is how it looks at nightfall. Days are getting shorter; therefore, lights come on a little earlier now.
Flicker flame lights twinkle over the door and on the black grapevine wreath on the 2nd floor balcony.
Mini orange lights fill the bushes that are planted in the front garden.
More flicker flame lights fill the terracotta pumpkin in the garden.
I even replaced the regular bulb with a flicker one on the porch lights.
Beware! Come on in if you dare.
Battery-powered candles and lights fill votive cups and beakers on the parlor mantle.
More battery-powered candles light votives in the secretary. A flicker flame light replaces a regular clear bulb in the lamp.
In the stair parlor, more faux candles complete the boo-tiful vignette.
I really love how the house looks at nightfall. I hope you do too.
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SPOOKtacular Facade at Night, y’all!