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Spooky décor without the frightening price
If you’re the type who enjoys decorating for whatever holiday is being celebrated, you’re probably used to the cost of these decorations. But at Marshalls, you can find many excellent decorations for $25 or less. Plus, if you still want to splurge, you can grab a handful of great gear for up to $50 or even $100.
Halloween décor you can expect to find at Marshalls
In each cost range, you can expect to find certain kinds of items.
For up to $25
This is where almost all of Marshalls Halloween décor is found. Most of it is smaller stuff that you would use to decorate inside your home. Think skulls and pumpkins to put on tables, pillows for your bed or couch and even a bat-shaped chip-and-dip bowl.
For up to $50
In this range, you can expect to find larger items or items with special features, such as LED lights. These are usually a little nicer than the up-to-$25-range items, but don’t feel like you need to peek into this range to find great stuff.
For up to $100
In this range, you can expect to find extra-large items with special features, such as LEDs, some of which are even solar-powered so you don’t have to mess with batteries.
Best Marshalls Halloween décor for up to $25
There’s something about a good candlelight on Halloween night that has an air of mystery to it. You can increase that air of mystery with a fitting candle holder. This one has no raised edge, so you can get that excellent “dripping wax” look.
There’s no better decoration in the world than one that uniquely lines up with your interests instead of the usual schtick everyone does. This mid-session yoga skeleton is perfect for you, especially if you run a studio where it can hang out for all of October.
This lovely pumpkin is “carved” with stars, moons and bats, making it a nice all-around pumpkin rather than one that’s scary or has the usual range of faces. It runs on three AAA batteries, which aren’t included, and is 13.5 by 11 inches.
Every great party thrown for a major event has its own chip-and-dip bowl. The Super Bowl has one modeled after a football, Cinco de Mayo has one modeled after a Sombrero and Halloween has this adorable bat one.
Most skull-related Halloween décor follows the same set of trends, such as having some kind of theme like crystals or having LED lights for eyes. This unusual skull is instead modeled after a butterfly and is sure to be a real eye-catcher at a Halloween party.
Not all Halloween décor has to be scary or follow the same old designs of skeletons, ghosts and witches. Some are simply a small way to add a little cheer to everyday aspects of life, such as this “Star-Wars”-inspired lotion dispenser.
Yard decorations can go in many directions from scary to funny, and this is most firmly the latter. If you’re a big metal head, you may even want to leave a few of these up around your yard year-round. It’s 20 inches tall.
Best Marshalls Halloween décor for up to $50
Some think that wreaths are only for the Christmas season, but that’s not true. Almost every holiday and certainly the four seasons inspire plenty of wreath designs. In fact, if you only want to worry about one piece of décor for each holiday and season, a wreath is the easiest way to go. It measures 24 inches.
If you want your door to have a more frightening appeal, you can grab this 5-foot hanging skeleton with scary glowing eyes. You can also hang it in a tree or somewhere inside your house if you prefer.
For some, getting to carve and display a pumpkin is the best part of Halloween. For others, it’s a disgusting mess that requires specific tools that almost no one has. If you’re the latter, don’t bother with the mess and display this glittering pumpkin instead.
Best Marshalls Halloween décor for up to $100
If you’re the type to set a bowl of candy outside the door and hope the honor system works (it doesn’t), this stack of signs is the perfect way to point the children to it. Since it’s solar-powered, you can leave it on your porch throughout the season without worry.
This decoration makes an excellent mantel piece. It can also be set up anywhere you’d like to draw some eyes if you’re throwing a big Halloween bash at your house, including as bait for one of those animatronic scare machines that trigger on motion.
Marshalls Halloween décor worth checking out
- The Spooky Night Metallic Glass Devil Skull is great if you’re tired of the usual grim decorations.
- The Christian Siriano New York Mosaic Pumpkin fits perfectly in homes with a modern aesthetic.
- The Rachel Zoe Metallic Skull on Book Stack makes an excellent bookend.
- The Loloi Hand Hooked All Over Ghost Runner makes every meal a delight.
- The Handcrafted in India Bat Pillow Two-Pack can make your living room feel batty.
- The Candy Corn Land 38-Inch Stacked Skulls With Purple LED Lights are a great way to frame an entryway.
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