Halloween Home Decor (2022) | Home Goods, At Home, Joann Fabrics, Michaels & More | Home & Decor
Halloween is always such a fun time for my husband and I. I have always loved horror films and love the creativity of decorating our home, so Halloween decor hunting is one of my favorite times of the year. This year, my husband and I found decor at Home Goods, At Home, Joann Fabrics. Michaels, Target and Cracker Barrel.
We also went to Old Time Pottery, Christmas Tree Shops, The Home Depot, Lowe's Home Improvement, Spirit Halloween and Marshall's, but we found the selection of Halloween decor to be lacking at those stores.
Below is the list of what we found, where we found the items and the cost of the items. We live in Florida, so the prices might not be the same where you live.
Cynthia Rowley Skull Blanket: $24.99 (Skeleton friend, super cool hat and Universal Studios Mardi Gras Beads not included).
Black Cat Draft Blocker: $12.99
Rae Dunn Mugs & Tumbler: $6.99-$9.99 (varies by location)
Witch's Handbook: $9.99 (It's an empty book).
Tote Bags for the Grocery Store: $5.99
Joanna Parker Drying Mat: $7.99 (Includes a slightly smaller drying mat, not pictured).
Light-up Ghost: $29.99
Potion Bottles from the Witches Garden Collection: Prices vary from $4.99 to $9.99
Dark Succulent: $9.99 (I'm not sure which collection this is from).
Honeybloom Ceramic Mushroom: $2.99
Parlor of Magical Curiosities Wall Sign: $19.99
Curiosities & Oddities Rectangular Wall Sign: $29.99
The Mechanics of Surgery Halloween Wall Sign: $24.99
23" Black Twig Wreath: $24.99
Bottle with Stopper: I think this is $7.99
Assorted 7" Halloween Spell Ingredient Tabletop Jar (Raven's Eyeball): $14.99
Hyde & Eek 5' Posable Skeleton: $39.99
Skeleton Carriage Glitter Globe (Lighted): $69.99
Haunted Call Bell: $29.00
This is everything I have found so far this year. I am probably going with a witches garden/creepy apothecary theme with a skeleton buddy in the corner and a light-up ghost on my desk. I'm not a huge Rae Dunn fan, but those mugs are pretty nice to drink out of, which is surprising because they look totally misshapen.
I like a lot of the things that we found, but it seems like everything we found sold out fast at the stores we revisited every weekend. I've learned that during Halloween decor hunting season, it's best to start looking in July and just to buy something you like when you see it (if you can), because things sell out very fast.
What are your ideas for decorating for Halloween? Did you find anything really cool this year? Do you like Halloween? What kinds of traditions do you have for Halloween? Please share your thoughts below!