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Architectural Digest gets an in-depth look at sets in Timur Bekmambetov's just-released film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter." To convey "decayed decadence" in one manse, "the design team used acid and a blowtorch on the curtains and valences, and they distressed the furniture with sandpaper and band saws." “We were trying to show this was one of the oldest established vampire houses of the period," says the designer. [Arch Digest via Apartment Therapy]