Have you ever wondered what was the process of constructing cinema sets before technology changed our lives? How did scenographers manage to make the scene look so realistic without the use of computers?
Apparently, what they had to do was creating scale models of the sets! They had to think of every little detail, from the colors of the walls to the worn off furniture and the terrifying lighting. Evidence of that cinema’s romantic era can be found at the Musée Miniature et Cinéma, in Lyon, France.
Source: Mental Floss