Now that kids are back in school, it's time to start planning ahead for the most spooktacular time of the year: Halloween! Hey, it's never too early to begin decorating. I love and enjoy decorating our home for each of the different holidays and Halloween is no exception.
If you want to deck out your porch or spruce up your lawn with spooky decor, At Home has just what you need for Halloween without the scary price tag. They provide a full solution for your home with a massive selection of specialty products for Halloween.
Last weekend, I went shopping with my 11 year old daughter to buy some Spooky Halloween decors at our local At Home store. I was surprised when she got excited when she saw the creepy and scary looking Halloween front display at the store. She wasn't enthused with those kind of decors back then.Now she's helping me shop!
They have all kinds of spooky decors from boneyard, reapers, skeletons, spooky home accents, day of the dead, and more. They pretty much have all the basic Halloween decors you need to create the foundation of the style you’re going for starting at $1.99.
I'm impressed this time because we didn't go over our $50.00 budget. With this haul we spent $33.96 only including taxes and 10% military discount. That's a deal right there!
To be honest, I typically wouldn't like my Halloween wreath to be scary but I couldn't resist when I found this 16-inch Black Polyester Wreath for $19.99. I thought it's unique and has cute details!
My daughter suggested to get this cute 17x27 Echo Eyeball Boo Accent Rug to place at the front door.
So this is how our front door looks like now. I'm thinking of going back again to At Home store and get more spooky decors. I have to say that their everyday low prices let you decorate on a budget! Plus, they give a flat military discount of 10% to all active and retired military personnel and dependents (military ID needed). So if you are looking for home decor & accents and other home decorations, furniture, and gifts, you should visit your local At Home Stores or check them online at www.athome.com for details.
This post is sponsored by At Home. All opinions are my own.