There’s nothing like spooking up you home to get into the Halloween spirit. Whether you want to add some bone-chilling flair to your living room or create a spooktacular Halloween display in your yard, these DFW shops will help you get your creepy factor on without sacrificing your style.

Noel Christmas Store (Credit, Ilene Jacobs)

Noel Christmas Store
19009 Preston Road, Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75252
(972) 991-8481
www.noelchristmasstore.com

Christmas cheer is featured year round at this festive shop where you’ll find a treasure trove of holiday merchandise. But Christmas isn’t the only holiday embraced here. Noel also carries a massive collection of Halloween goodies as well. For something stylishly spooky, check out the collection of Mark Roberts witches and Christopher Radko’s handmade Halloween ornaments. Or add a creepy touch to your home decor with everything from candy corn lights and witches eyes to skeletons, pumpkin heads and even black chandeliers adorned with ornamental dangles.

Holidaze and Gifts
3400 Preston Road, Suite 200
Plano, TX 75093
(972) 596-7695
www.holidazeandgifts.com

Holidaze has whatever you need to deck the halls for any holiday occasion. For Halloween, the shop carries a spooktacular supply of items ranging from Department 56 Halloween snow villages, Mark Roberts fairies and haunted gingerbread houses to a host of plush collectibles by Woof & Poof. And if you really want to add an eerie element to the decor, be sure to check out the shop’s menagerie of frightfully fun life-sized witches, skeletons and goblins.

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La Mariposa Imports (Credit, Ilene Jacobs)

La Mariposa Imports
2813 N. Henderson Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206
(214) 826-0069
www.lamariposaimports.com

La Mariposa’s bevy of Day of the Dead folk art offers a great decorating alternative to the usual witches and jack o’ lanterns. It’s here that you’ll find one of the widest selections of Dia de Meurtos collections in DFW. You can create a bewitching decor honoring the dearly departed with colorful Day of the Dead paper banners, paper mâché skeletons, figurines, candles and sugar skulls, to name just a few. And if you want to mix in a touch of Halloween to the decor, the shop also carries Talavera jack o’ lanterns and pumpkins, as well as spider and witch pinatas.

Fete-ish
322 W. 7th St.
Dallas, TX 75208
(214) 948-9874
www.fete-ish.com

Quirky doesn’t even begin to describe the hodgepodge of inventory that’s overflowing in this eclectic Bishop Arts gift emporium. Candles, kitschy novelties, pet trinkets, one-of-a-kind art and other random items line every inch of the place. Fete-ish has a real fetish for holidays, including Halloween—where you can scoop up everything from Day of the Dead figurines and motion-activated witches to a variety of Halloween decorations from Katherine’s Collection.

Good Things For All Seasons
334 S. Main St.
Grapevine, TX 76051
(817) 251-3673
www.goodthingsforallseasons.com

There’s no doubt that anyone will find plenty of inspiration here when it comes to celebrating the spooky season in style. But be prepared because the shop has an incredible accumulation of decorations that span the entire spooky spectrum. You’ll find all of the Halloween trappings from Radko, Katherine’s Collection, El Muerto, Glitterville and Mark Roberts here. Additionally, the store is filled with animated cannibal brides, hatchet men, scary trees and mummies to accent your lair with ghoulish flair. And if you just need a few accents pieces, the plethora of skulls, skeletons and pumpkins will certainly do the trick.

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Ilene Jacobs is a freelance writer living in Dallas, Texas. Ilene enjoys writing about a variety of topics, ranging from food, fitness and travel, to kids, pets and senior care. You can find some of her work at Examiner.com.