I could live at Homegoods.
Homegoods is to home decor as TJ Maxx is to fashion- C'mon people, what's not to love?
I highly recommend Homegoods for wedding gifts. Find out where the couple is registered, make note of the items they asked for and the price.
Crystal, china, cookware, ... Grandfather clocks.... (I'm just saying you can be original )
(**Great example**: Queen sheet set, 440 thread count, egyptian cotton, deep pockets, $89.99-119.99 @ dept. store. ** Homegoods price, $39.99-49.99.**)
Kudos to Gahanna Homegoods for Manager Rachel Palmer. She's an asset to the company and has had a huge impact on the Homegoods success in Columbus. I remember her from Lewis Center, OH location.
This ultimate decor discounter has everything you need to make your house a home..
Brought to you by the same folks that own Marshall's and TJMaxx, HomeGoods' inventory changes frequently. So while there's no guaranteeing what you'll discover, you can count on a stress-free search, thanks to departments organized for easy shopping. And if you do find something, buy it. It probably won't be there tomorrow, especially if it's on clearance. Designer bedding, towels, bath products? Check. Frames, candles, decorative art, area rugs? Affirmative. Small appliances, laundry accessories, stationery, wine racks, cloth napkins, slotted spoons? No doubt. You could even revamp your pantry here, with a visit to the well-stocked gourmet food section.