14 FUN GRINCH-THEMED CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS — FROM SEQUINED PILLOWS TO OUTDOOR INFLATABLES

Pottery Barn Teen The Grinch is a holiday mainstay, whether or not you share his feelings about Christmas. Unsurprisingly, there are a ton of Grinch-themed decorations out there, from over-the-top inflatables to ornaments and figurines. Below, you'll find 14 picks from the best Grinch holiday decor we could find. During the holidays, there are some of us so dedicated to "The Grinch" that we neglect our other obligations to watch the movie...

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