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Home Depot’s Giant Halloween Decorations Are Back

A giant skeleton is in a front yard, a blow up antique truck is fulled with pumpkins, and faux brooms are light up and lining a home's entryway.
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Sure, it’s July, but is it ever too early for Halloween? Okay, I know some of you are saying yes, but for spooky lovers, the answer is no. Home Depot seems to agree with them.

Home Depot’s Halloween decorations are back, and yes, that means 2020’s viral 12-foot skeleton is back as well.

Just in case you don’t remember, a giant 12-foot skeleton basically blew up TikTok and Instagram in 2020, and no, 12-foot is not an exaggeration. Home Depot released a spooky (but not scary), ginormous skeleton, and now, there’s even more where that came from.

This year, the retailer has rolled out the orange carpet (get it, orange for Halloween) for spooky lovers and dropped new giant options in both traditional decor and inflatables as well as more subtle pieces.

An inflatable antique truck is fulled with inflatable pumpkins.
Glitzhome

Those looking for a new inflatable for their Halloween decor have ample options this year, like this adorable antique truck filled with carved pumpkins and driven by a friendly ghost. Yes, the inflatables come with everything you need including an air blower, a UL adaptor, and ropes and stakes to secure the inflatable.

Three brooms lit with multi-colored lights line a walkway to a home.
Home Depot

For those looking for something a bit more subtle, you can add a few accent lights to your yard. These witches’ brooms feature festive orange lights wrapped throughout the handles and faux bristles, and there’s even a fun purple feather accent at the base. The lights are water-resistant and LED, so you can leave them on with no worries.

A 12 foot skeleton stands in a front yard.
Home Accents Holiday

Finally, there’s the 12-foot skeleton. The piece features LED light-up eyes and can be powered using batteries or a plug-in. But he’s not alone. There’s also a floating witch, werewolf, and a six-foot Oogie Boogie. 

If you’re already in the Halloween spirit and prepping for the upcoming spooky season, Home Depot has you covered.

Just in case you do want something a bit more subtle, try these more upscale Halloween decor pieces.

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Shea Simmons is an Atlanta-based writer who has written about everything from whether Crisco is a good moisturizer to how to KonMari your space. Her work has appeared in Bustle, My First Apartment, and Make It Grateful. Read Full Bio »
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