Scary Victorian House Design

May 8th

Scary Victorian house – Halloween is a time of ghostly costumes and haunted houses for many people. When Halloween ends, however, the haunted houses disappear and housing goes back to normal. Some people, but would like to have a haunted house theme in their home year round. Design a room in your home into a scary Victorian house design helps to keep up the magic of Halloween all throughout the year.

Scary Victorian House Cottage
Scary Victorian House Cottage

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Scary Victorian house are known to be dark places in order to maximize scare potential. When a haunted house will feature lighting, it is usually in the form of strobe lights or colored light red or dark blue, paired with fog. In an everyday home set-up, however, this type of lighting is hardly feasible. Instead, the room could take on the haunted house theme is lighting with a dimmer. This way you can have normal lighting in the room that can be easily switched to darker, spookier light with a flick of the wrist.

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Black lights can give a room a dark feel without actually be pitch black. One advantage of black light in the room is that you can hang the lights in the dark interior and make it pop. Scary Victorian house decorations can break the sense of the house. Scary Victorian house often rely on the web, fake severed limbs and mirrors as part of the decor. To do this translates into everyday use in the home, try to set up a wall of mirrors.