HomeGoods Is Selling Pineapple Jack-O-Lanterns—And They’re The Perfect Way To Shake Up Your Halloween Decorations

If you’re looking for a way to make Halloween a little more quirky than spooky, these adorable little pineapple jack-o-lanterns from HomeGoods are the perfect pick for your porch come Oct. 31.

The ceramic pineapples are a tropical take on the classic jack-o-lantern. By day, they’re white with golden tops, complete with the iconic jack-o-lantern grin. At night, a candle illuminates the pineapple’s smile, for a spookier feel.

According to the @halloween_treasures Instagram account, this piece of Halloween decor was well worth the $9.99 it cost at HomeGoods.

Scroll through the images to see what this pineapple could look like in your yard by day and by night:

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The great thing about this pineapple is it could be used as decor year-round. Once Halloween has passed, simply turn the grin to face a wall, and you’ve got a cute ceramic pineapple on display!

If you’re unable to find this pineapple jack-o-lantern in a HomeGoods store near you, you can always stock up on the many other items available to get your home ready for fall.

Instagram user @thedecordiet hit the fall-themed jackpot at HomeGoods recently:

https://www.instagram.com/p/B1huHU_l4o6/

And the @apartmentdecor_ account managed to get items to create the perfect autumnal centerpiece:

https://www.instagram.com/p/B1qvWs0HrsO/

Meanwhile, @spookythankfulmerry found Halloween-themed kitchen supplies, proving that HomeGoods has spooky items for every room in your home:

https://www.instagram.com/p/B1ZZUGYFUFh/

And if you’re really into the idea of implementing the pineapple jack-o-lantern into your Halloween decorations this year, you can always try your hand at making one yourself.

The Instagram account @all.things.halloween showcased how to paint a jack-o-lantern face on a plain ceramic pineapple:

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bzrf7vYjcz5/

How adorable!

If you’re more into carving real jack-o-lanterns, you can simply swap your pumpkin for a pineapple this year. The Have Aloha Will Travel YouTube channel demonstrates how to carve a pineapple jack-o-lantern with just a few tools: a pineapple corer, two knives and a pineapple (obviously!).




Find a HomeGoods store near you to nab your Halloween decor or get crafty with some pineapple-themed DIY projects just in time for Oct. 31.