Since the first official day of Fall was this past Friday, it’s time to swap out your summer items for Fall and Halloween decor. Halloween is such a fun holiday to decorate for. You can stick to cute pumpkins and scarecrows or go all out scare the neighborhood! What’s more fun than decorating your home for Halloween is knowing that you’re getting IBV and Cashback for your Halloween purchases on SHOP.COM! Read on to see our top Halloween decor picks to fund your Shopping Annuity.
Throw pillows can change the whole feel of your living space! Swapping out throw pillows for the holidays is a simple, fun way to add a subtle Halloween feel to your couch. Want more choices? SHOP.COM has a TON of cute, spooky, and simple throw pillows to choose from. Start shopping HERE.
Spruce up your kitchen with a hint of Halloween in a fun dishtowel set. It may not seem like much, but every little bit of decor puts you in the mood for the upcoming holiday fun! Pick out a new dish towel set for every holiday!
Don’t forget wall hangings! Add a touch of Halloween to your home with new wall hangings and decor. This light up pumpkin sign is perfect all season long, even until Thanksgiving! Plus, when visitors ask where you found it you can explain that you got paid to buy it!
What better way to welcome visitors than an adorable, personalized Halloween Welcome Plaque!? Shop more personalized Halloween decor from our Partner Store, GiftsForYouNow.com.
Set an eerie Halloween ambiance, perfect for trick or treaters! Give the outside of your house a spooky glow with an outdoor spotlight.
Garden flags have grown in popularity over the past few years. Choose from a variety of designs for Halloween and change out your garden flag for each season! Shop more Halloween themed garden flag options HERE.
Giant seasonal inflatables are such a fun way to decorate your yard! Plus, they’re an easy setup and removal, win-win! Who knew there are so many options for giant yard inflatables? From witches to a haunted house, shop more Halloween inflatables HERE.
Do you prefer to decorate your home more cute or scary for Halloween? Share with us in the comments below.