Things to Do Macy's Herald Square debuts Halloween pop-up By Dana Reszutek firstname.lastname@example.org Updated September 7, 2016 4:11 PM Print Share Share Tweet Share Email Macy's Herald Square just got a lot spookier. The department store is celebrating Halloween with a new pop-up shop from home décor brand Grandin Road. The shop is 1,400 square feet of all things Halloween, featuring more than 250 products from the brand. Shoppers can travel through the Grandin Road space to see the spooky designs in action, like at a dining room fit for a skeleton's feast. Items including Halloween-themed dishware, skeleton figures and "Eyeball Orbs" will be up for sale, with product prices ranging from $3 to $1,299. The Grandin Road pop-up will be held until Oct. 31, and can be found at the Macy's Seventh Avenue and 34th Street entrance. Check out photos of the pop-up below and head to Macy's to see the shop for yourself — if you dare. Not the friendliest-looking pet Photo Credit: Matt Kisiday This spooky lady and her skeleton pet greet shoppers at the pop-up shop. Skulls, anyone? Photo Credit: Matt Kisiday Shelves in the shop are lined with Halloween-themed trinkets to make your home a bit more, well, terrifying. Enter...if you dare Photo Credit: Matt Kisiday Though the pop-up shop is filled with fun purchases, you may find yourself a little frightened by some of the décor. Just your typical dining room set-up Photo Credit: Matt Kisiday Grandin Road's dishware is presented with some help from a few skeleton diners. Major Halloween inspiration Photo Credit: Matt Kisiday This pop-up shop will give you some great decoration tips for your own Halloween event. By Dana Reszutek email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic 13 creepy candies for HalloweenThis Halloween, skip the Snickers and go for something scary! How to gross out and scare your Halloween party guestsThrow a Halloween party to remember this year. 20 cocktails for a boozy HalloweenYou may want to go trick-or-treating with a cocktail shaker this year. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.