I’ve been spending a lot of time lately curating home resources and combing through good deals over on my LTK page. I always hope my home sourcing is helpful, while saving you time and money… it’s also fun for me! I know many of you solely follow along here on the blog, so I figured it was worth sharing some of the things I’ve been putting up on LTK here on the blog… recent HomeGoods finds being one of them. I hadn’t been in a HomeGoods in years, but earlier this week, I decided to duck in and give it a browse. You can see my in-person haul in the photo above: a couple outdoor woven patio pillows, an All Clad cocotte, an Architectural Digest coffee table book, and some coffee beans. Budget retailers like that can be notoriously difficult to sort through because admittedly, there is plenty of bad floating around with the really good items. Click through to see some recent favorites. I was even able to find higher end designer brands online in the mix this time around (Thomas O’Brien, Parachute, Loloi, Le Creuset, AllClad, and more)…
Home stores like TJ Maxx certainly require some digging and knowing what to look for… which is actually why I prefer shopping online instead of in-person (it’s easy to sort and a big time saver). Be sure to check the product descriptions carefully… I’m always looking for adequate scale, natural materials, designer & name brands, product weight, etc. This helps to sort the good from the bad. Today, I’ve done the work for you… ready to see my recent finds?
To shop my finds, click directly on the images within the collage- or used the links below each image…
stitched linen quilt // brass floor lamp // summer to summer book // tassel pillow // glassware set // woven patio chair pair // neutral quilt // oversized stoneware vase // pharmacy floor lamp // turkish bath sheets // woven lumbar pillow // bordered rug // bedside table // patterned rug
Another HomeGoods shopping tip I’d like to pass along to you pertains to pillows… many of the pillows sold at TJ Maxx have inexpensive poly inserts, but the majority of the pillow covers have a zipper and can be removed. Swap the inserts for down options for a more comfortable designer look. It’s an easy way to elevate budget friendly textiles. The same goes for cushions from big box retailers like Target.
antiga hand soap // all clad pan // blue block print pillow // green block print pillow // stoneware vase // egyptian cotton washcloths // piped patio cushion set // brass floor lamp // architectural digest book // white double handle vase // black console table // outdoor patio rug // linen slipcovered dining chairs // woven jute runner
While you’re over on the HomeGoods site, I also wanted to link this roundup of luggage I pulled together! If you have summer travel planned, Brics is the best of the best… their travel sets, roller carry-ons, and weekenders are all on super sale right now.
I’m going to try to squeeze in some more short form blog posts like this, so expect quick resource posts mixed into the regular blog schedule this summer! I’ll probably end up with more than the typical three per week, so I hope they’re helpful and fun. Feel free to hop over, browse, and comment as you please. My goal here has always been to provide an inspiring, educational, and helpful home resource for you here at Room for Tuesday… no pressure to shop, but sources are here if you ever need them!