Vintage Wall Decor Ideas – Even though many have changed in 100 years, you might be surprised that the great essence of Halloween decorations remains almost the same. Unlike the 1900s, we have modern conveniences such as electricity, electronics and LED lights to bring more into our Halloween decorations. I invite you to use these Halloween vintage decorating ideas along with a modern twist to make the classic and scary Halloween scene throughout your home.
If the festival venue is located on the outskirts of the city, the grass in front of the house must be decorated with a lit lantern chandelier. Each eye, nose, mouth must be different and as good as possible. If there is a fence around the yard, place a hard spell on each post. The black curtain covered the front door and, in the center of the door, hung the skull and spine. Once inside the house, the entrance must be in the dark except for the light coming from lantern lanterns of all shapes and sizes on the table, and hanging from the door and ceiling, and around the fireplace. Entries must be wrapped in black and the person opening the door must be dressed in black.
Decorate the main rooms with lights made of apples, cucumbers, squash, squash, and so on. Send them somewhere in the room or on a table, table and coat. Use green branches, autumn leaves, apples, tomatoes, corn leaves, and cloth decorated with red and yellow scales and cheese cloth. If possible, fires occur in the fireplace. The best place for a scary Halloween event is a garage, attic, or basement. Give guests in your room immediately after hanging their shirt. If you make a creepy room in a building separate from the house, build a large bonfire.