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Welcome to spooky season! It’s time to take out the witch’s brew and get all the guts out of a few pumpkins — Halloween is almost here.
Whether you’re someone who likes to go all out on a costume — maybe you’re dressing up as something especially appropriate for 2020 this year — or just like to watch horror movies all night every Oct. 31, Halloween always brings a few treats. And, hopefully, not too many tricks.
It’s been a pretty strange year so far, and Allhallows’ Eve will be no different. Some places have banned trick-or-treating, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has put out guidelines to help you celebrate safely.
With that said, you’re probably looking to get into the spooky spirit at home. (Us, too.) You might be searching for Halloween decor that’s tasteful and definitely not tacky so you can go all out — it’s not the year to glue fake bats around your home or and buy leafy wreaths that just fall apart.
We’ve found Halloween decorations that aren’t just affordable — lots of the options on the list below are actually under $30 — but are nice to look at, too. (You can also check out our roundups of home decor to give you Halloween vibes all year and matte black finds that might just send a chill down your spine.)
A throw pillow that’s in a tangled web
A wall hoop with the moon, sun and stars hanging out
An ice bucket with an "eerie edge"
A doormat that's ready for a trap
A set of tea towels that are a hoot
A pumpkin candle holder that you don't have to carve
A skull that's all about the matte black trend
A trio of black cat that are watching you
A tweed pumpkin that looks very professional
A candleholder that's just dripping in gold
A doormat that features a trio of cats
A witch for your window
A dumpling light that you'll want to sink your teeth into
A set of pumpkins that are all set for the harvest
A goblet fit for a goblin, ghoul or ghost
A cloche that you can lift for toil and trouble
A spooky raven that's not for the craven
A garland that's haunted with bats and ghosts
A table runner that's slightly sinister
A bowl that's has its toes out
A bunting that's quite horrible
A coffin planter
A wreath with feathers instead of florals
A door hanger that just might put a spell on you
A mantle scarf that's a bit batty
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.