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Pier 1’s Newest Decorations Will Have You Wishing Halloween Could Come Sooner

Pier 1's line of Halloween knick-knacks is the perfect combo of spooky and sweet.

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Pier 1 Imports is a retailer specializing in imported home furnishings and decor.Ken Wolter/Shutterstock

Seeing back-to-school sales might give us shivers, but Pier 1 has given us a reason to get ready for autumn. The cute n’ crafty home goods store released their decorations for Halloween 2019! Last year’s collection brought us bejeweled skulls and cobweb coasters, but this year’s releases are even sweeter.

Start planning for Halloween with these easy and delicious recipes.

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Insect Slate Serving Tray

Take your cheese board to a creepy new level. This sleek slate tray ($50) is personalized with a trio of insects. Eek!

Purchase here.

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Halloween Wooden Wine Trough

Hosting a Halloween party? Ensure your drink’s stay well-chilled with this spider-emblazoned wine trough ($100). For an added surprise, sneak a few plastic spiders in the cooler to lurk among the ice cubes.

Purchase here.

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Coffin Chip & Dip Server

The perfect way to serve up spooky snacks for Halloween, this chip-and-dip tray ($25) is both cute and clever. There’s a skull in the center for guacamole, hummus or salsa, with the coffin ready to hold your chips! (Perfect for any of our crowd-pleasing dips.)

Purchase here.

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Beaded Spider Table Runner

Usually party prep means clearing all the cobwebs OFF the furniture… but this Halloween, get ready to get webby! This adorably creepy table runner ($50) is ideal for adding some holiday flair to your Halloween fare, whether you’re serving up marshmallow ghosts or cupcake bats.

Purchase here.

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Hocus Pocus Halloween Candy Jarvia Pier 1

Hocus Pocus Candy Jar

Let’s be honest: The minute Halloween decorations go up is the minute you can start having candy on your desk at work! It never hurts to have Kit Kats and Crunch bars to get you through the day. And this adorable jar ($25) gets the job done in style.

Purchase here.

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Haunted House Tea Towel

If the spooky ghost and black cat on this towel ($10) isn’t enough to put you under a spell, think about how cute it will look while lending some holiday spirit to your oven handle or towel rack.

Purchase here.

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Spider Webs & Bats Mantel Scarf

Decorating for Halloween can be difficult if you’re afraid of clutter, which makes a standout piece ($20) like this perfect. Without taking up any table space, it will add unmistakable color and spirit to your living room mantel or kitchen shelf. Looking for other classy ways to decorate? Try no-carve pumpkins.

Purchase here.

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Skeleton Hand Serve Bowl

Trick-or-treating is way more fun when the candy comes straight from the hands of a skeleton ($30)! Will you pull out some haunted candy corn? Or something a little sweeter? That’s up to you. Speaking of trick-or-treating… how did that become part of our Halloween tradition? We looked into the history.

Purchase here.

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Skeleton Mug

We can’t wait to use this mug ($8) for our pumpkin spice lattes every morning leading up to Halloween. Ever wondered what’s actually IN a pumpkin spice latte?

Purchase it here.

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Drink Up Witches Stemless Wine Glass Set

Looking for something more permanent than plastic cups? These stemless glasses ($40) are the next step up. This set—and each glass’s hilarious phrase—are perfect for your next scary movie night.

Purchase it here.

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Halloween Monster Tulle Wreath

This decoration ($30) is so cute it’s scary! Perfect for a kid-friendly gathering, this little monster is reminiscent of the hungry wreath in A Nightmare Before Christmas.

Purchase it here.

Emma B. Kumer
Emma Kumer is a marathon-runner, magazine-writer, and graphic design addict. She was a digital editorial intern for Taste of Home Magazine for Summer 2017. She is also a junior in Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.

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