I’m not that big of a fan of Kirkland’s just because I don’t like looking at the type of decorative items the stores carry, but I thought I’d venture inside one a few weeks ago to see what their Halloween selection looked like.
They are definitely lower on my list for Halloween merchandise providers, but I admit that they had some fun stuff. I’m going to apologize in advance for the picture quality. This store was worse than Bath and Body Works regarding the VERY fragrant aroma in the air as I walked in. I felt like I was slapped in the face hard by 15 different air fresheners. That being said, I was in a hurry to get out of there, and my pictures suffered.
Here’s blurry pic of some cute ghosts and pumpkins along with a cool Day of the Dead platter at the bottom:
Here’s another of the back of the same shelf. Their stuff is definitely more on the cutesy side of the Halloween merchandise spectrum, but I think everyone could find at least one thing they liked out of their selection.
For instance, I really liked this metal guy:
They also had some pretty cool canvas pictures, including this one of trick-or-treaters out on Halloween night and the one below of a cool haunted house.
Right before I fled to save my nostrils and avoid a headache from the overpowering smell, I saw this:
I think the pillows at the bottom were adorable, and I’m always game for anything skull related. The little nutcracker-like dolls on the top shelf were pretty cool, too.
So would I go back to Kirkland’s for their Halloween stuff? Probably not, but I can see where their items would appeal to certain types of Halloween decorators. If you’re looking for scariness or gore, this ain’t it, but if you want cute and accessible, try it out.