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Getting in the Spirit! Liv Tyler Decorates for Halloween (Photos)

Liv Tyler, Royston Langdon and Milo.

Joy and jolliness comes later. Now’s the time to decorate our homes with spooky figures and ominous lights.

Liv Tyler was hard at work this weekend trimming her Manhattan brownstone with Halloween decorations as her husband, Royston Langdon, and their son, Milo, gave their approval.

So far, she’s put little skulls and green ghosts on the tree in front of their house, a string of multicolored lights over the lower door, an enormous spiderweb on the railing of their stoop and a giant novelty tombstone in the yard. Is she done yet? Only the trick-or-treaters will know for sure.

Take a look and tell us – are your decorations creepier than hers, or has she outdone herself this year?


  • Mind the cobwebs! 1 of 5
    Mind the cobwebs!
    Royston and Milo admire the decor on their stoop.
  • Holiday color 2 of 5
    Holiday color
    Milo looks very autumnal in his bright pumpkin-colored sweater.
  • Looking spooky 3 of 5
    Looking spooky
    Liv goes with traditional Halloween favorites like skulls, ghosts and eerie orange lights.
  • Nice job, Mom! 4 of 5
    Nice job, Mom!
    Husband and son admire Liv's creepy crafts.
  • Not done yet! 5 of 5
    Not done yet!
    As Royston and Milo head off, Liv starts putting up a giant tombstone.

[Photos: via PacificCoastNews]

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