New ‘Coco’ Housewares Available at Disneyland Resort for Day of the Dead 2022

Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is approaching, and Disneyland Resort is honoring the holiday with a new collection of “Coco” housewares.

"Coco" housewares

The merch features the main characters of “Coco”: Miguel, Héctor, Imelda, and Ernesto de la Cruz.

“Coco” Fabric Journal – $24.99

This journal has a fabric cover printed with an image of Héctor and Imelda in a heart. “El amor nunca muere” (love never dies) is embroidered around them. Three-dimensional orange knit and fabric flowers are attached.

The pages are lined and also feature Héctor and Imelda.

The spine is blue, and it has a blue elastic band.

“Coco” Oven Mitt & Towel Set – $39.99

This set includes a standard oven mitt, circular mitt, and towel.

The standard mitt and towel are off-white with an all-over pattern of images from “Coco,” including the characters, skeletons, and marigolds.

The circular mitt is black with a large orange marigold on it.

“Coco” Throw Blanket – $59.99

This throw blanket is blue with orange marigolds and tassels.

It features Miguel in his red mariachi outfit playing guitar.

The blanket is 50 in. by 60 in.

“Coco” Plate Set – $39.99

This set has four plates. They feature Héctor and Imelda, Ernesto, Dante, and the same all-over pattern as the oven mitt.

“Coco” Tray – $49.99

Héctor, Miguel, and Dante are dancing across this wood finish tray. It’s also covered in Day of the Dead imagery.

The edges are black.

“Coco” Coaster Set – $24.99

The coaster set comes in a wood holder. The four coasters feature a skull, Miguel, Dante, and Héctor’s guitar.

“Coco” Stoneware Pitcher – $39.99

The pitcher is white and covered in images of the characters, hearts, music notes, and marigolds.

“El mariachi” is below Miguel.

“Coco” Glass – $14.99

The glass has the same images as the rest of the merch, against a transparent background.

“Coco” Tote – $34.99

Héctor and Imelda are in a heart on this white tote. It has two over-the-shoulder black straps.

It also reads “el amor nunca muere.”

Marigolds are debossed on the corners of the bag.

The other side is blank.

It has no clasp or interior pockets.

Will you be using any of these “Coco” housewares? Let us know in the comments.

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