Whew! It's been a busy weekend, but I've finally had time to share the rest of my finds from the press preview of the new HomeGoods on 99th and Columbus.
Today's the opening day of the store, and I'm sure it's an absolute madhouse. I just hope some of my finds are still there next weekend!
I really like the retro-inspired fabric on this slipper chair - but the chair's so inexpensive, it'd also be fun to reupholster. The rattan tray would look great atop an ottoman or coffee table, and the cute pouf on the bottom right makes a great footrest or additional seating in a pinch.
The bright colors of these sheets and duvet really caught my eye. I particularly like the kaleidoscopic pattern on the top right. Polka dots have been popping up everywhere lately, and these periwinkle dotted sheets are a cheap way to update my basic bedding without making major changes.
My love affair with stripes will never die, and these red and blue striped pillows are incredibly classic. The marigold print pillow on the bottom right would work well with a few other patterned pillows with hints of that pretty golden yellow.
Like mirrors, rugs are another piece I'm hesitant to shell out lots of money for, but are pretty essential. A large sisal rug might cost $500 or more, but these faux versions work just as well, and I wouldn't constantly worry about ruining them.
These fun outdoor chairs have CB2 written all over them.
Yep, that's Kate Spade china on the left and the bottom right. I love the playful patterns in combination with elegant gold edging. I'd fill each of the old-fashioned glass candy jars with anything that struck my fancy, like a collection of discarded wine corks, shells from a vacation, or clementines and lemons for an outdoor dinner party in the summer.
The happy hues of the cutting boards and colanders on the top and bottom left would make any prep job less of a chore, and they're made by sustainable brand Preserve to boot. Preserve, which also sells everyday tableware and food storage items, makes everything from 100% recycled plastic, and the items themselves are recyclable. The set of nesting mixing bowls & measuring cups from Joseph Joseph would be great for my teeny tiny apartment-size kitchen, which lacks any real storage.
What do you think of these finds? I was really impressed with the selection (and the wallet-friendly prices) and will definitely be back.