Fourth Of July has come and gone, and if you’re anything like us, you’re counting down the days to Halloween. Thanks to Target, it doesn’t feel so far away as the retailer quietly began unveiling their spooky 2019 collections.
The store took it up a level from last year’s decorations, introducing three new collections: Pumpkin Parlor, Ghoulish Garden and Moonlight Bash.
Snake Ceramic Halloween Candle Holder
Hanging Bat Cage Halloween Décor
LED Candelabra Decorative Halloween Prop
Ghoulish Garden Decor features “rare specimens, bright botanicals and cloches [to] create a quirky conservatory.” From terrariums to pumpkins, check out the Target pieces below.
Creepy Succulent in Black Pumpkin
Biting Blossoms Artifical Halloween Plant
Creepy Terrarium Artifical Halloween Plant
Blood Succulent Artifical Halloween Plant
Moonlight Bash decor and party collections allows customers to “spook up [their] house with neon Halloween lights, studded pumpkins and a DJ skeleton.” Studded pumpkins and a rock-centric candle holder are truly all you need. Check out some of the Target products below.
Rock Out Skeleton Candle Holder
Studded Halloween Pumpkins
Halloween Letters Wood Serving Tray
The store also has their usual Harvest Decor with “floral wreaths, garlands and plush pumpkins [to] get everyone to embrace autumn.”
As if all the creepy decor isn’t cool enough, Target also just announced a new collection of costumes for children with disabilities. The brand introduced costumes that allow kids to transform their wheelchairs into a pirate ship and a princess carriage. More information is available on the Target site.
Many of the collection items are available for preorder now with release dates running Aug. 22 through Sept. 8.
This month, @AskTarget also revealed customers can fulfill their spooky needs anywhere from late August to late September depending on the store.
Great question, Christina! We have quite a few team members that share your excitement. Most stores will start displaying Halloween decor late Aug, mid Sept. Please DM your preferred store location and we'll pass along your feedback to store leadership! -Sarinthia 🙂
— AskTarget (@AskTarget) July 13, 2019
Hi – That sounds like fun and we'd love to help out! Typically the Halloween items are displayed in stores and online towards the end of September and the beginning of October. Keep an eye out. We're sure you'll find something you like. Happy decorating!
— AskTarget (@AskTarget) July 22, 2019
Which decoration are you most stoked to check out from Target? Let us know in the comments below!