All Hallow's Eve. . .

Hello my friends,
today, all Hallows Eve; my friend Ann took me to see a home in the Salt Lake area.
She had attended a Halloween party there on Saturday night and told me how every year this couple goes all out with their decorations. 
They pick a theme and carry it to the max.

This years theme was, Desolation Station.

He built this entire train.

A couple of skellys are willing to take you for a ride!
I commented how I loved that his yard was filled with leaves.  He said that he gathers them from all of his neighbors.

He uses construction foam and black landscaping fabric and recreates the entire front of their home.

Be careful as we walk up to the front door that you don't get lost in the smoke, or eaten by one of the giant spiders!

He built the wooden walkway leading up to the house.

He invited us to step inside.
Oh my!  I'm feeling a bit mummified!!

Turn to the left and you enter the Saloon.  They actually lined the walls with the black landscaping fabric.  They also remove all of their furniture and store it in the garage for the month of Oct.

Belly up to the bar. . .

To the right is the dining room where they entertain.  They host 3 Halloween parties each year.

He built this fabulous table.

Again the walls were draped.  These giant spiders actually move a bit up and down the wall.
They had an amazing collection of clocks.  He said that they have more, but that he covered some of them up with the landscape fabric.

It was fun seeing his incredible work.

He was featured on channel 13 news yesterday.  They also showed some of the themes that he has decorated for in previous years.  I haven't seen it yet, but am going to go on line to see if I can watch it.  I hope you enjoyed seeing this fun Halloween house!

Happy Haunting,


Louca por porcelana said...

Fabulous, Jann!So creative and well done!Just stunning!

Carol said...

This is amazing! Thank you for sharing this wonderful story with us.

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

You've got to admire people who know what they like and go all out for it!

Susie said...

Yikes, over the top, to put it mildly. LOL. The fellow could build props in Hollywood. :) I do love all the clocks. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Wow is all I can say! My Grandson would love this!

Linda W. said...

Wow that is amazing!

janie said...

This is awesome!!! Thanks for sharing.

Hope you are doing okay, Janie

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Sue said...

WOW what a great adventure you had.

Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz said...

Oh my that is amazing! Their outdoor display is fantastic with that train appearing to be coming right out of the house! I am always amazed at the creativity of some people like this! How fun for you- thank you for sharing!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Wow! This house takes Halloween decorations to the max!

csuhpat1 said...

That is so cool. Very nice.

Creations By Cindy said...

WOW! My mercy that took lots of work and creativity for sure. Not to even mention money I am sure. I bet this was the talk of the town. Such creativity. I am still in shock about the train! WOW! That is totally awesome. How fun! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Jeanie said...

Well, this is loads of fun! Had to take forever to pull together and they mastered it big time! What a delight -- bet the crowds were huge!

J said...

A labor of love! He must be a person who enjoys making other people happy - and gets a chance to exercise his amazing creativity in the process! A win-win for sure! He could work in Hollywood!

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