Once October hits, give your house the Hocus Pocus treatment with pumpkins, skulls, and spiders (okay, hear us out). Target — yep, your not-so-guilty pleasure — proves to be one of the best places to shop for Halloween decorations — and 2019 is no exception. Perfect for parties or everyday fall décor, there are plenty of affordable decorations to make your house — both inside and outside — more boo-tiful than it was before. Work from the outside-in with an array of sparkly wreaths, neon lights, and outdoor decorations. Or go straight to the heart of the home with wine glasses, serving trays, and more entertaining essentials. No matter your décor style — modern, industrial, farmhouse chic, and so on — there's a spot from your front porch to your kitchen to display these orange and black finds. Bring Halloween right in your living room/ front porch/ kitchen/ any and every room in your house.
If you really want to go all-out on your family's Halloween costumes, then saving on décor is a must. Along with your favorite Target finds, mix in some of these creative (and cheap!) DIY décor ideas for a spooktacular statement. Your hard work won't go unnoticed by party guests and trick-or-treaters.
Leave this teal pumpkin out on the front stoop to let everyone know that you're passing out treats that are safe for kids with allergies.
Serve mystical potions and other ominous concoctions in this set of four festive wine glasses. And yes, each glass holds 15 ounces of Pinot Noir (the wine of the season), too.
Forget the carving knife: This decorating kit comes with everything your little princess (well, you) needs to create Cinderella's carriage. (FYI: You can also decorate pumpkins like your favorite PAW Patrol, Star Wars, Toy Story, or other classic Disney characters.)
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If you own a French Bulldog — or any dog, for that matter — they'll be spooked when they catch a glimpse of this skeleton pup.
Hang this light outside your front door, so guests know what they're in store for once they enter your haunted house. If they dare.
Your dog may not be as willing to wear a costume on the big day, but this well-dressed corgi will make up for it.
Step 1. Dress your house with these ghoulish, carnivorous (faux) plants. Step 2. Realize that you've made Little Shop of Horrors a reality.
Make your spread of cheese, meats, and fruit as festive as possible by displaying it on this creepy yet chic tray.
Hang this massive spider web in your doorway and count how many times someone mistakenly walks through it. Trick or treat, right?
Fright this way to the eeriest house on the block, especially if you're in the mood to get spooky.
Hosting a Halloween party? Fill these test tubes with colorful concoctions and stick 'em on your bar cart.
For a Haunted Mansion-worthy transformation, add this bejeweled candelabra to your mantle or dining room table for an eerie glow.
Thanks to these wooden displays, you can create your own Halloweentown with creeptastic movie theaters, haunted houses, and of course, graveyards.