Including lawn decor so good, it's scary.

By Katie Holdefehr
September 24, 2020
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With the CDC advising against trick-or-treating, Halloween looks a little different this year. At-home celebrations have become even more important, and that means that Halloween decorations (along with all the Halloween-themed movies Netflix has to offer) are essential to helping us get into the spirit of the season. If you're crafty, consider conjuring up your own DIY Halloween decorations, but for those who prefer not to tackle homemade projects, we've curated a list of the best Halloween decor you can order online. No matter if your style is subtle and sophisticated or full-on haunted house, we've found the indoor decor and yard decorations to set the scene.

Crate & Barrel
Anthropologie

From $18, shopterrain.com

For a sophisticated spin on traditional pumpkins, order Terrain's everlasting antique glass gourds. Set them on a shelf, side table, or mantel  to instantly make your home feel like fall. 

Anthropologie

$12, anthropologie.com

If you want an inexpensive way to bring "fall feels" to your home, order a couple seasonal mugs. Adorned with colorful leaves and pumpkins, they'll make your pumpkin spice latte feel even more festive. 

Target

$20, target.com

If you'e going to decorate just one spot in your home this year, deck out the front door. This Halloween ornament wreath in the classic orange-and-black color scheme brings a festive touch to your home's curb appeal. 

Michaels

$10, michaels.com

No, string lights aren't just for Christmas—these Halloween-themed lights will lend a magical glow to your home. 

Crate & Barrel

$30, crateandbarrel.com

When you're searching for Halloween decor that's simultaneously scary and chic, check out Crate & Barrel. This spider-adorned doormat balances simple design with a creepy-crawly motif. 

Target

$15, target.com

Equal parts scary and cute, this French bulldog skeleton can greet guests at the front door or bark at those passing by from the front window. 

Michaels

$65, michaels.com

When it comes to the best places to buy Halloween decor, Michaels always lands near the top of the list. For those who plan to DIY decorations, it's a one-stop-shop—but they also have ready-to-display decorations and last-minute costumes, too. 

Love Halloween and want to make sure the entire neighborhood knows it? Order some inflatable lawn decor, like this 7-foot-tall stack of pumpkins. 

Home Depot

$30, homedepot.com

If your Halloween style is more scary than sweet, opt for this 5-foot-tall posable skeleton. Set it in its own chair at the dining table—then just wait for your family to notice the new dinner guest. 

Spirit Halloween

$190, spirithalloween.com

For those who want to bring their All Hallows' Eve setup to the next level, Spirit Halloween has you covered with an endless selection of animatronics for your front yard. Based on the three-headed dog Cerberus from Greek mythology (and reminiscent of a certain character from Harry Potter), this animated monster will growl and shake its heads at unsuspecting passersby. Hide the motor and cords inside a dog house to get the full effect.