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Decorating Windows With Spooky Silhouettes On Halloween

Spooky silhouettes are lurking around every corner. Spine-chilling laughter echoes in the darkness of the night. Suddenly, the door bell rings. You cautiously open the door and there they are… Trick or Treaters! “When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ’tis near Halloween”.
Halloween, a beloved holiday that has its origin in the pagan festival “Samhain”. Celebrated by Celts, “Samhain” represented the transition between summer and winter. In this day, the barrier between this world and the world of spirits would drop, allowing them to walk freely on Earth. Today’s tradition of dressing up in costumes can be traced back to this festival. Celts would disguise themselves in order to walk unnoticed between the otherworldly beings.
Halloween evolved and turned into a child friendly celebration. Fun, candy and spooky decorations are the first thing that comes to one’s mind when thinking about Halloween. For the delight of the little ones, we decorate our houses in the spirit of this holiday. If you are looking for inspired decorations, check out section of spooky window silhouettes. They are sure to make your house the thrill of the neighborhood.

1. Eight Legged Terror

How to decorate windows for hallowee

Just hearing the word “spider” can send shivers down one’s spine. Imagine the terror your startle by providing the visual of the eight legged terror.

2. What Nightmares Are Made Of

Spooky silhouettes

These spooky silhouettes would sure make the subject of many nightmares. Upon entering the house you should count the black silhouettes. You never know what’s lurking behind the shadows.

3. One’s Fun Silhouette…

Be creative and versatile

From murderers to supernatural beings… Be creative and versatile. One’s fun silhouette can be another one’s torment. Halloween is all about a fun scare. Or is it?

4. Sleep Tight, Sweet Dreams

Silhouettes in the window

Your house is the thrill of the neighborhood. The question is, when the night grows deeper and the moon shines brighter, will the spooky silhouettes remain still? Sleep tight, sweet dreams, it’s Halloween.

5. When The Spirits Walk Among Us

Night of the modern Halloween

In Celtic tradition, the night of the modern Halloween was the night when the barrier between this world and the spirits’ world was weaker than ever. They were able to walk freely among us. These silhouettes will scare stiff a person that believes in ghosts. Do you?

6. Spooky Owl

Fun fact for horror movies fans

Black cats, owls and haunted houses are the subject of many superstitions around the world. Here a fun fact for horror movies fans. Did you know that the owl is able to rotate its head at a maximum of 270 degrees? Imagine that in a full moon night.

7. Cat Superstitions

Cats are empowered with occult and magical powers

Cats are empowered with occult and magical powers. It’s said that they possess the power of hypnotism. Black cats were associated with witchery. Spooky silhouettes portraying them would make for inspired Halloween decorations.

8. Creatures Hiding In The Night

 Decorating windows with spooky silhouettes

Did you know that vampires can metamorphose into bats? Be careful next time you encounter one. You never know what creatures are hiding in darkness of the night.

9. Be On The Look Out

Luxurious halloween window decoration silhouettes

Another spooky myth revolves around bats. It is said that if a bat enters your house on the night of Halloween, it’s a sign that your house is haunted and the ghost let the creature in. Be on the look out for wandering bats, this Halloween.

10. Fun And Spooky

 Robots are cute and creepy at same time

This holiday should be as fun as it is spooky. Choose to decorate your windows with a mixture of both. These robots are cute and creepy at same time.
For this Halloween keep in mind a quote from Arthur Conan Doyle, saying “Where there is no imagination, there is no horror.” So, let your creativity and imagination roam free when decorating. Keep it scary and keep it fun.

Currently studying architecture, I'm enamored of all visual arts. My path in architecture started with drawing. The childish play soon developed into a passion and then into a choice of profession. Architecture taught me a lot of things that can be applied in interior design. I'll share with you my perception of space along with tips on how to manipulate it to suit your needs. Enjoy!

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