How To Transform Your House With Halloween Scene Setters

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Learn the easiest way to transform your house into a spooky haunted mansion or dungeon with this step-by-step tutorial for installing Halloween scene setters.

How To Transform Your House For Halloween With Scene Setters

If you have been around here for a while, you know that I go ALL out for Halloween. It’s my favorite holiday!

I think it’s because with all of the skeletons, ghosts and spiders, over-the-top decorating fits right in with Halloween. And you know I love pushing the boundaries a bit even in my regular home decorating.

To celebrate, I have a huge Halloween party every year. My friends mark the date on their calendars months in advance to make sure they don’t miss it. And I definitely try to make it worth their while to attend!

Layer Halloween scene setters to add more interest (like these pictures over the stone wall)
Layer scene setters to add more interest (like these pictures over the stone wall)

Over the years, I have found that one of the easiest ways to transform the inside of my house and make a statement for my Halloween party is to use scene setters.

Covering your walls completely changes the look of any room…especially if you are able to cover all of the walls in the room with the scene.

Read on to find all you need to know about how to use Halloween Scene Setters to create a spooky Halloween backdrop.

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  • Thank you for the good tips. I had given up on the scenes in the house but now may try again. Outside is very hard, we have siding so the best way I could put it up is metal wreath holders that go under the siding. Close inspections show the sloppy set up but props hid most of the problems.

    • Hi Pat…It took me a couple of tries to get the indoor scene setters to work, but now that I have, I’m a little obsessed with using them 🙂 Especially with the lights down low, they look pretty real. I had given up trying to use them outside, but your tip with using metal wreath holders sounds like a great idea! I’ll have to give that a try. Thanks for sharing!

  • Hi! Thank you for this information it’s just what I was looking for. What do you suggest pairing with the haunted mansion scene setter?

    • Hi Jennafer…I’m happy you found the scene setter information helpful. I usually pull some stretchy spider webs across the ceiling and over mirrors, then drape some Creepy Cloth over the furniture to make it look “old”, and seat a couple of skeletons on chairs or the sofa, like they are real people. Then I hang a couple of ghosts in the corners, use a lot of candles, and add a few other Halloween accessoies (crows, bats, mice, etc) to make it look a little spooky. Everyone loves it! Hope that helps. Happy Halloween!

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