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Halloween is a great time to be creative – a great opportunity to create a climate of terror. As long as you find the ways, it can be fun and easy to carry out the home interior at your favorite horror festival. If you want your home to be “amazing” spectacular on Halloween, let’s do it!
1. Decorate your lawn.
If you want to have a Halloween atmosphere, then you can use many horrible elements to decorate your home. Here are some simple ways to decorate the lawn: Cover the ground with a piece of fallen leaves. Take a pair of old boots and let them emerge from a pile of fallen leaves or dust. It looks like there is a dead body on your lawn! Put few tombs on the ground. You know, the theme of Halloween is around old, dark, dirty, and broken things, so your lawn doesn’t have to be organized. Let the tombstone stand here, stand there, and then put a piece that is completely distorted or overturned. If you have trees on your lawn, you can wrap them with spider webs. If you can hang some terrible creatures on it, or put a specimen of an owl or crow on a lower branch. Don’t underestimate the scare effect of a scarecrow. You can buy a special Halloween Scarecrow and apply blood on it. Throw some skulls on the ground. It would be even better if your guests accidentally stumbled over them. Let a skeleton suddenly appear outside your yard.
2. Decorate your front porch.
The porch is the gateway to all indoor horror elements, so it should look as horrible as possible to entice some uninvited guests (and possibly victims) into your horror house. Here are some great ways: Put more spider webs on the porch. Your guests may be trapped by them unconsciously.The silhouette of one or two black cats will enhance the horror effect.Putting some old mouse on the ground can also make the scene more realistic. Some pumpkins can add a finishing touch to the porch. They can be carved into a ghostly shape, or painted black, silver or let them shine. If you have an old rocking chair, cover it with a spider web and place it in a place where it can shake and squeak as much as possible.
3. Doors and windows are the eyes and mouth of a family’s core Halloween soul, so you need to make the most of them.
Adding a few extras to the front door and the window will make your house look more haunted. Here are some ways to try: There can be a spider web or a ghost pattern on it. Hang a garland full of bats on the front door. Sprinkle some fake blood on the front door. But make sure they are easy to remove.You can make your window look like it’s being sealed. You can put some light wooden beams on the window glass with cloth tape. This will make your house look like it has been abandoned. Wrap an old mannequin in an ordinary black or red dress. Support it in front of a conspicuous window, preferably a two-story window or a loft window, if your conditions are met. Use the flash to hit the model from the bottom up to create the effect of the ghost.