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Weekend home decor shopper: Spooky Halloween decor

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Decor so awesome, it's frightening

Panic mode is setting in... there are only two weeks left until Halloween! But don't worry, there's still time for last-minute decorating. Pick up some hot new Halloween decorations for last-minute scares from Pier 1, Urban Outfitters and Kirkland's.

Pier 1

Decor so awesome, it's frightening

Pumpkin tea light holder

Safe for fall and Halloween decorating, this bronzed out tea light holder is a decor item you'll want to put up on the mantel for years to come. Just make sure to enjoy your hot tea next to its luminous glow while spooking little trick-or-treaters this year. (Pier 1, $25)

Decor so awesome, it's frightening

Spider web apron

OK, so it's not exactly a decor item, but you can hang this spider web apron on your pantry door for some scary appeal. And whether you choose to wear it or display it, everyone will love your pretty and frilly apron. (Pier 1, $19)

Decor so awesome, it's frightening

Owl Halloween pillow

Let's just take a moment to hoot over how cute this owl pillow is. Dressed up as the cutest witch on the planet, this friendly owl will love to be perched on your couch. (Pier 1, $19)

Decor so awesome, it's frightening

Black cat doormat

What's scarier than a black cat? Three black cats! Looking battier than ever, this little black cat doormat will love getting some serious traction on Halloween night. (Pier 1, $15)

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