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4 Halloween home decor finds under $50 you need to get now

Halloween will be here before you know it, and that means it’s time to decorate. Whether you go all out and find decor for every part of your home or are more of a minimalist when it comes to the holiday, you don’t need to spend a lot to make your house Halloween-ready. We’ve done some digging to find Halloween home decor that you can buy for under $50 that will make your home feel ready for all the holiday has to offer. Though we are just highlighting indoor Halloween decorations, don’t forget about your outdoors as well. After all, you want trick-or-treaters to be excited to stop by.

Hyde & EEK! Boutique Metal Haunted Houses

Target has adorably spooky haunted houses you can buy for just $10 each from their Hyde & EEK! Boutique! Think of it as a Christmas Village but with a much more muted color palette.

Why we love them:

  • Amazing price point
  • You can also buy the Haunted Mansion and the Townhouse Haunted House to make a set
  • You can place a candle inside to give the windows an eerie glow
  • The metal frame gives the pieces a classic, crisp design

DIYASY Bats Wall Decor

Hear us out on this one. You can get 120 (yes, 120) 3-D bats for under $15. You can’t find a better decoration deal out there.

Why we love them:

  • They come in four sizes, so you can cluster them together
  • The easy-peel stickers let you place them on most dry materials
  • With 120 individual bats, you can decorate windows, mirrors, kitchen cabinets, bathroom walls, so every room comes alive this Halloween
  • They are waterproof

See, Hear, or Speak No Evil Skulls

You can’t do Halloween without skeletons, and we love this take on a funny yet spooky twist to a regular old, run-of-the-mill skull. These see, hear, speak no evil skeletons would look perfect on a side table or mantel.

Why we love them:

  • No assembly required
  • Each skull is expertly detailed
  • A perfectly funny Halloween decoration for any room
  • Made of high-quality resin so they won’t scratch or wear

The Lakeside Collection Decorative Plaid Plush Pumpkins

There’s always room for a little “cute” to mix in between the spooky on Halloween, and that’s why we adore these plaid pumpkins from The Lakeside Collection. They’re festive without being over the top — and these pumpkins never go bad.

Why we love them:

  • Each pumpkin is between $6.99-9.99
  • Choose from different colors and styles
  • They look good clustered together or standing on their own
  • The jute rope and stem give them a polished look

You can’t go wrong with decor for under $50. With all the money left over, you can buy more goodies to hand out to trick-or-treaters that come through your neighborhood this year. Or, if you don’t get a lot of traffic, use it to buy even more fun Halloween decorations that you can place around the house for many years to come. Halloween is a holiday that you can’t go wrong with adding in more pieces to your collection each year. Now, sit back, relax, turn on a scary movie, and enjoy all your new finds!

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