From elegant to downright eerie, now’s the time to shop the best Halloween decor before it’s gone

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Sure, it probably feels like summer just ended and fall is only getting started, but Halloween lovers know that now is the time to score the best Halloween decor. If you wait until October, you risk only finding the items that other people didn’t want.

Given the last 18 months we’ve all endured, it’s fair to say that some fun is long overdue which means you have permission to go all out this Halloween. Life-size hanging skeletons? Oh yes! A decapitated hand for your freezer? Sure, why not? Pumpkins on pumpkins on pumpkins? Yes, let’s do it!

Most stores have unveiled their best Halloween decor already, so it’s time to shop. Whether you’re looking for Insta-worthy Halloween decor that’s actually really pretty or you want your Halloween decorations to scare the living crap out of your neighbors, take a peek at some of the fun, festive options below.

Holiday Living Pumpkin Collection – Set of Three, $54.94

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Even if you’re a pumpkin hater, you have to admit these ceramic pumpkins are kind of elegant. You can buy all three or just buy the one you like most.

Holiday Living 61.42-in Lighted Skeleton Hanging Decoration Sculpture (4-Pack), $109.94

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What’s Halloween without a Hanging Skeleton (or four!). These skeletons are best sellers every year, so grab them while they’re still in stock.

5-Foot Halloween Decorative Bone Throne, $199

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A bone throne? How can you not? Yes, this piece is pricey, but it’ll definitely win you major points with the Halloween lovers in your ‘hood

3 Piece BOO Marquee Sign Wall Décor Set, $39.99

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Don’t have a lot of space to go big with your Halloween decor? Use this Marquee Sign Wall Décor Set to decorate your dresser or bedroom wall.

Gerson International 15-in Jack-o-lantern (3-Pack), $67.86

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If you don’t want to deal with rotting pumpkins, mimic the look of jack-o’-lanterns with these reusable metal luminaries.

Glitzhome Pumpkin Tabletop Decoration, $19.99 (Orig. $24.99)

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Okay, this marble pumpkin is actually super chic. It’s available in a few different sizes and patterns over at Lowe’s.

Silver Plated Skull, $35.99 (Orig. $38.99)

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One could argue this Silver Plated Skull isn’t just suitable for Halloween. It’s actually cool enough to keep out all year long.

Gemmy 8.5-in Animatronic Tabletop Decoration, $17.98

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If you’re expecting trick-or-treaters this year, have them grab candy from this fun bowl that features an animatronic hand.

Stacked Jack-O-Lanterns, $33.99

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This white and gold pumpkin figurine is a stylish departure from classic orange, but still captures the spooky spirit of Halloween.

Halloween Hand Meat Market Value Pack, $6.18

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What is there to say about this hyper-realistic bloody hand. If you’re looking to scare the living daylights out of something this Halloween, this will definitely get the job done.

Pumpkin Gradient (12×16 inch), $105

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If you want to embrace Halloween, but can’t bear black and orange, buy this colorful print from ArtSugar.

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