Here are 10 new Halloween decorations you can already buy
It’s officially August, which means that, somehow, Halloween is already around the corner. And we couldn’t be more excited. October is our favorite time of the year, filled with all things spooky, dark and demented. While it might seem early to some, you can already start buying the 2020 season’s hottest new Halloween decorations from home. It’s never too early to start planning, and if you start now, your house will be in tip-top shape come Oct. 1.
Check out 10 of the coolest Halloween decorations you can already buy below, but be prepared to open up your wallet the second you start reading.
French bulldog skeleton – $15
[Photo via Target][/caption]We absolutely need 10 of these—it’s a creepy skeleton puppy! Aside from the bulldog, they also sell chihuahuas, dachshunds, kittens and more in a variety of sizes, so you can make your house into a literal version of a pet cemetery. Like most of their new arrivals, you can preorder this now at Target for delivery by Aug. 27.
Bloody chandelier – $30
[Photo via Walmart][/caption]This chandelier from Walmart is exactly the centerpiece your dining room table needs this fall. The candles light up, and the blood and skull accents make it as creepy as possible.
Solid black pumpkins – $8
[Photo via Target][/caption]These solid black pumpkins are decoration staples for any goth kid. Honestly, they make us never want to buy orange ones again. They’re 10 inches in diameter and can be preordered online now at Target.
Michael Myers string lights – $26.99
[Photo via Spirit Halloween][/caption]These are some of the most creative string lights we’ve ever seen. Heads portraying the Halloween villain Michael Myers will illuminate your room in the most horrifying way possible. You can order your own now at Spirit Halloween stores.
Bloody weapons garland – $9.99
[Photo via Party City][/caption]This garland from Party City is more than 7 feet long and complete with blood-spattered scissors, saws and knives. While this is a great decoration to put up anywhere in your house, it would be especially creepy in the bathroom or kitchen.
Spooky Victorian phone – $15
[Photo via Target][/caption]While this phone from Target isn’t functional, it does light up and make noises. This battery-operated decoration replicated an old-fashioned dial-up phone, and it has a skull on the keypad to make it perfect for Halloween.
Pennywise doormat – $19.99
[Photo via Spirit Halloween][/caption]What better way to freak out your guests the second they step into your house than with a Pennywise doormat? This mat, inspired by the It creature, is sold at Spirit Halloween. You will probably put it up for Halloween but keep it there year-round.
Spider web lights – $15
[Photo via Target][/caption]These web lights will look great mixed in with other festive string lights you might be hanging. One strand features three webs with orange lights and green spiders.
Ouija board clock – $19.99
[Photo via Spirit Halloween][/caption]This wooden clock is the ultimate decor item that’s both spooky and classy. It perfectly resembles a Ouija board, but it’s also fully functional—suited for anywhere in your house, honestly.
Bug blender – $29.99
[Photo via Party City][/caption]This unique blender from Party City is exactly what you need to be displaying on your kitchen counter. It’s totally animated, with a centipede popping out of the top and it lighting up green with terrifying noises.