The Halloween advent house depicts a spooky rundown mansion, with each window/door on the house opens as another door for the advent calendar to countdown until Halloween. The front door of the house is of course saved for the last day on Halloween.
The best part about the spooky Halloween advent house is that the whole thing lights up! it features a plexiglass sky, along with a moon, and illuminated text that you can customize the luminous background of the mansion, which features an ominous full moon, with the phrases "Happy Halloween" or "Trick or Treat." Plus, inside of each window is an LED light that illuminates a little graphic and a number for each day counting down to Halloween.
The Halloween advent house calendar is completely handmade using all wood material for the housing structure, along with plexiglass, LED lights, electronic components for the lights, and it's finished off by being hand-painted and stained to give it that extra rustic and spooky look. The giant Halloween advent house measures 37 inches tall x 34 inches wide x 7.5 inches deep, and weighs 26 lbs. Behind the shutters of each window is an original piece of artwork — including zombies, skeletons, witches, trick or treaters, and more — just waiting to make your October a little more chilling. There's even a crate on the porch that can be customized with the word of your choice! From the "No Trespassing" signs strung up around the house's exterior to the ghostly chimney dwellers and the eyes appearing out of the broken rooftop, every inch of this calendar is designed to make for a happy Halloween.
Here's an example of a few different finishing options. Either a lighter wood color or a darker color. Due to the high demand, the two colors are not very different, we will ship them randomly.
The advent house will blend right into the rest of your Halloween decor.
Here's an example of the Halloween advent house before being hand-painted.
Here's a few upclose shots that show the extreme detail put into the spooky advent house.
Despite its eerie details, this Advent calendar definitely looks like something the whole family can enjoy . . . and considering this is the kind of decoration that can be passed on as a family heirloom, though, it might just be worth it if you truly love Halloween. If you dare, take a closer look at the haunting Victorian Mansion ahead.