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Sheffield Lake house displaying inflatable 4th of July decorations

The decorations will be on display from 2 p.m.-midnight through July 5.

As the Fourth of July approaches, one house on Sheffield Lake is looking especially festive.

As seen in posts that have gone viral on social media, Martie and Margie Hall have decorated their yard with large, light-up U.S.A. themed inflatables. The yard, located at 205 Thelma Drive, will be open for visitors who want to take pictures with the display from 2 p.m. - midnight (the lights will come on at dusk), with the Halls' requesting that those who visit practice safe social distancing and wear a mask.

"You can show your appreciation for all my husband’s hard work by honking as you go by," Margie Hall wrote in a Facebook post. "We hope our display enhances your INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION!"

Pictures from the Halls' display can be seen in the gallery below.

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