Ways to Spookify Your House in Minecraft

This guide will provide you with nine ways to spookify your house. You will find one of the best ways to do it.

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    Flowerless Night

    To get in the mood, you will need to wait for nighttime. Then remove the flowers and whatever nice things might be around your house.

    Jack O’Lantern

    It is a classic. You have to replace torches and lamps with pumpkins.

    New Doors & Windows

    This glass looks way too pretty for Halloween. The house looks a lot less welcoming after replacing them with iron bars, and the spruce door looks more creepy than any of the other ones. Barricading the windows is another nice touch to make the house look as uninviting as possible.

    Decrepit Dwelling

    Add some coarse dirt to make the place look dead and old. You can also replace your stone bricks with mossy or cracked ones if you have any. Also, you have to add some cobwebs, but make sure not to overdo it. Cobwebs are very bright, and it will look weird if you add too many.

    Gruesome Graves

    Front yard? More like a graveyard. Adding a couple of graves can be a good idea, especially if you have a lot of free space. You can make a zombie’s head pop out of a grave when someone passes if you want to.

    Scary Skulls

    You obviously can’t leave skulls off the list. This one is for those who want to get more serious about their Halloween decorations.

    Creepy Crypt

    You can make room for a torture chamber under the house. Of course, there are a lot of possibilities when it comes to torture devices.

    Bloody Backdoor

    This one works best if you did the torture chamber. It’s a basement door, and you can add a little detail in a minute. 

    Sinister Sign

    This last one is a small detail but a must-have.

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