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I'm back with another post on my adventures through TJMaxx Homegoods! What can I say, I can't get further than a few feet into that store without gasping and whipping out my camera... There's such gorgeousness everywhere that I feel compelled to share it with the world at large. I'm sure Homegoods doesn't mind my fanaticism, especially since they have tweeted some of my posts and featured some of my finds on their blog! I'm sure you can imagine my crazy squeal of delight when that happened. :D
Anyway, I took so many pictures during this one shopping trip that I had to break them up into different posts - this post features their amazing selection of African and Indian home decor. I couldn't get enough....
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Past shopping posts:
The Indian Bazaar is at TJMaxx Homegoods
TJMaxx Homegoods: Lusting and Shopping
Decor Indulgence at Ross
Oh the baskets....
Now that I look at this green and beige basket in a photo, I wish I had bought it! Grrrrr....
Crazy giant yarn swaddled giraffe anyone?
...it's only $599.99! Yeah right, lol!
I debated these two baskets for a while, I still can't believe the green one wasn't part of my debate... Hindsight can be cruel!!
They were not cheap, but like most awesome things at TJMaxx Homegoods, Marshalls or Ross - you better buy it when you see it because chances are it won't be there if you come back for it later! It is so so true! This has happened to me many times, so now I buy something when I see it if I'm still in love with it by the time I'm ready to checkout (except for that brass Moroccan lantern - I can't believe you made me put that back mom, I will never forget it! ARGH!). You can always return it if you change your mind!
The yellow basket stole my heart so he came home with me, the other baskets were just things I held onto until the last minute when I admitted to myself that I didn't need so many. A few weeks after I took these photos I went back to the store and all of these baskets were on sale (wop wop), so what did I do? I bought more! Hehe... Some day I'll share them all with you when I finally get around to hanging them somewhere...
And then there was the section of decor from India.... swoon worthy for sure...
A girl can never have enough boxes, so it was really difficult to choose just one....
Colorful and intricate embroidery made it difficult, they were all so pretty!
In the end I chose this one for the colors and design...
I really wanted this pillow but it was made of scratchy uncomfortable material and was way too expensive! Oh well, at least now I can love it with my eyes forever.... ;)
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