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Shopping at HomeGoods is the grown-up equivalent sticking your hand into a treasure box after a dental check-up—once you get your chores done, you come across some real treats. The store carries predictable essentials, but an open secret is that designers rely on it for home decor gems that can complete their interiors, often with luxe or quirky touches. "What I love about HomeGoods is that the selection is different every time you go," says Michelle Fahmy, a Los Angeles interior designer @haus_of_meeshie. "It's a great way to work in unexpected finds that help to add some additional pops of character to a room while keeping cost in mind."
You can find everything from Four Hands swivel chairs to LoLoi rugs to Hudson Valley Lighting at HomeGoods—all heavily discounted. Plus there's a huge assortment of decorative objects, rugs, and more finishing touches. "When you mix these lower-end accessories with high-end accessories you can’t really see a big difference," says Robin Gannon, founder of Robin Gannon Interiors in Lexington, Massachusetts. She likes HomeGoods because it helps the room feel 100% done without adding to a project's decorating budget. "Those accessories bills get pretty high so it is a way to keep the numbers reasonable. In the end, we want our clients to feel like their project is complete and photo ready."
The experts agree: Luxe for less is the name of the game here. Read on for the 12 items high-end interior designers look out for at HomeGoods—we bet you'll find something you might just have to bring home.
Accessories such as vases and other sculptural finds add a fun element to the decor. And when they're this affordable, you're not afraid to alter them to your liking. Fahmy once found a quirky blue glazed vase, and then painted it a sunny yellow to contrast against the rest of the decor. (That's it in a blue den she designed, at left.) Sometimes it's just about finding the right silhouette and then DIY'ing it.
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