… are just my retail therapy (not a sponsored post again either), it’s just the way it is. And it’s even better when they have that little red sticker on them. Come on I’m not alone in this, I just know it. And I went twice last week. Of course when I make sure my car has nothing in it and all the room to drive that special big find home, then I can’t find anything. The second time though at the Homegoods close to our house, I did find some things that got me all excited.
So here we go:
blue shibori throw
That throw is by ENVOGUENYC and I searched left and right online but couldn’t find the exact same one, certainly not for the price I paid which was a lovely $10. Not kidding and you might know I’m telling the truth after seeing my Instagram stories at HomeGoods. The minute I saw it I knew it would be the perfect little addition to my dining room, especially with my painting. Those two are made for each other.
Also taking photos will truly never be the same with my little furry youngsters around and I find myself not getting as much done as I used to because I just want to play with them and talk to them. They are so much fun right now. Our poor Lucy just sleeps the day away and only comes to sit with me if I’m actually in front of the computer close to her favorite spot.
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wood bead tassel hanging DIY click HERE | pom pom throw HERE | fur pillows HERE | chandelier HERE| similar curtains HERE | I painted the art but you can find similar art HERE, HERE and HERE | similar dotted pillow HERE | tulip chairs HERE | similar glass table HERE | settee is vintage from an auction and I can’t find one similar anywhere
Natural Burl Wood Tray
That tray you see on the center of the table had the red sticker on it as well and was marked to $20! I love different trays. I didn’t take more photos of it because I’m hoping to use it for some fall decor in my upcoming home tour and didn’t want to overdo it.
I’ve always been into African crafts and I went to numerous African festivals in Germany growing up and when we visit. That interest has peaked lately even more. I love Moroccan things too.
I’ve been seeing Wolof baskets which are from Senegal and woven by women out of local grass and plastic strips recycled from used prayer mats. I see them being sold at all kinds of home stores now and I was so happy when I saw this following beauty at my store for $49.
I can always use storage for all kinds of things in our house and this handmade basket is so perfect. Don’t you think so.
Who else here has a HomeGoods addiction? It is funny to see my family from Germany feeling the same way when they come here. They have TJ Maxx in Germany now too but it’s called TK Maxx and it’s not even close to how it is here.
Oh and my DIY Hmong Tassels go really well with these finds too, don’t you think so? (click HERE to see)
Have a great weekend.