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Spooky, Scary Garage Door Decor

If there’s one thing we love about Halloween, it’s the costumes. There’s something so exciting about a day where you’re free to dress up as anyone, or anything you want! Well, here at The Garage Door Center, we love this concept so much that we don’t think dressing up should be limited to only homeowners and their families. We feel the opportunity should be extended to their homes as well — and their garage doors in particular. With that said, we bring you some of the most creepy yet creatively decorated garage doors for this spooky occasion.

Munching Garage Monster

What a genius way to use your automatic garage door to your creative advantage! This fierce looking monster chomps down on his teeth every time the garage door is lifted. Perfect for playing a Halloween trick on your treaters.

Beware: Walking Dead Inside!

For all you zombie loving Walking Dead fans, this one’s for you. All it takes is some hand tracing on black construction paper, a scissor and a little bit of tape. Then just light up your garage from the inside and enjoy the creepy bone-chilling.

Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble

Pay homage to a Halloween staple, the wicked witch. This spooky decorator cut out and painted a cauldron scene from wood, and then backlit the creation with glowing orange lights. The only downside to this design is you won’t be able to make use of your garage while it’s in place.

Contacting All Halloween Spirits

Grab a roll of black contact paper and a sharp box cutter to work creating your ultimate Halloween scene. This homeowner nailed all the basics: Black cat, jack-o-lantern, creepy tree, bats and a full moon!

This Is Halloween!

If you can’t get enough of Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, why not make Jack Skellington himself a part of your holiday decor? Just another great way to utilize contact paper to make a spooky impact.

Ding-Dong, The Witch is Dead

Simple, yet eye-catching. We love this idea! It’s so easy you can even add it to your decor last minute if you want to pack an extra punch before your trick-or-treaters arrive.

Time to Wrap It Up

To finish off today’s post, let’s wrap it up mummy style. Grab a roll of toilet paper or white plastic (similar to caution tape, if you can find it), and get to wrapping. The best part? It doesn’t matter how messy you go. The messier the better, as long as you don’t forget those peek-a-boo eyes.

How did you decorate your home for the holiday? We’d love to see your creepy creations on your Facebook page.

If you’re ready to take your home’s curb appeal to the next level with a custom-manufactured garage door and entry doors to match, call The Garage Door Center at 203-255-3033 today. We’ll schedule an appointment for you to meet with us at our Fairfield showroom and start the door design process.

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