Sometimes the best Halloween decorations (and candy, and costumes...) come from the same stores you already shop at all the time, whether they're your go-to brands for household essentials or even furniture. From Target and Pottery Barn to Amazon and T.J. Maxx, these are the stores you should be checking out for all your Halloween needs this season.
As always, Target has a solid offering of festive Halloween decor, costumes, and candy, especially with this year's Hyde and Eek! Boutique. This adorable little ghost succulent is just one of many spooky items to choose from.
Turn to World Market for unique Halloween decorations (like this crystal ball), along with treats, vintage-inspired Halloween decor, and a Nightmare Before Christmas section for all you Disney lovers out there.
Check out Pottery Barn for all things cute and spooky, like these dishes in the shape of black cats, jack-o-lanterns, mummies, and ghosts. Plus, you can head to Pottery Barn Kids for even more decor and some adorable costumes, too.
Of course you can count on Amazon for all the coolest Halloween decorations and costumes—just head to the brand's Halloween Store section to find all things creepy and fun, like this light-up "EEK" marquee sign.
Pier 1's Halloween section makes creepy-chic a thing. Between glam string lights and witchy kitchenware, you can't go wrong—this serving bowl (propped up by some spooky skeleton hands) is totally proof. Head to Pier 1 to check out the full collection.
Walmart has a huge selection of Halloween stuff, from costumes, candy and outdoor decor to fun-but-scary items, like this telephone that rings and says creepy things when someone answers.
If on-theme glassware, chic pillows and cool Halloween pumpkins and figurines are what you're after, definitely check out the Halloween selection at Nordstrom—this decanter is the perfect subtle Halloween party addition, for example.
Crate and Barrel has you covered for all things goth and glam in its Halloween section, like these black skull-shaped candles that are sure to wow in your Halloween tablescape.
This purple neon cat sign will be the highlight of your Halloween decor, and it's just one of many festive items you can snag from Wayfair's spooky Halloween section.
You'll find throw pillows, spell books, chic pumpkins, and kitschy signs galore in Kirkland's Halloween section—this glitter pumpkin is just the beginning.
Online, Bed Bath & Beyond has 17 pages of Halloween items to comb through, so you're sure to find something you love. These Halloween-themed plates, for example, are perfect for parties.
This list wouldn't be complete without T.J. Maxx, of course. You're sure to find spooky-cute items in stores, and online, you'll also find a great selection of Halloween items (including costumes!), like this spiderwebbed pumpkin.
Skeleton Hands Vase
Michael's has you covered for more than just DIY projects—the brand's Halloween decor section is full of cool items, like this vase covered in skeleton hands. All you need now are some dark flowers to match.