It's nice these days to get invited to see stuff before it hits the shelves. With HomeGoods (a store I've only been learning about over the past few years since they moved to NYC) it was particularly nice to see how they styled all of their stuff, since the store experience is the famously random "treasure hunt". The preview I went to this past spring is out now and features a bit of vintage, some Belgian contemporary (very Resto) AND some happy chic, Jonathan Adler-type stuff. Over all, it was really impressive.
They're doing birdhouses - very whimsical - in lots of sizes for some summer fun.
Nice bright, warm, green bedding, right?
This tabletop was a good example of how traditional patterns and curves all mixed up (not matchy-matchy) feel very fresh right now.
Into the garden! While I may be a little late in getting this up, the garden stuff is a growing area for them and work looking for.
Really nice linen, paired with bright color...
More vintage feeling while "Keep Calm" is still going strong!
I LOVED this vintage French park chair! Of course, they had only one, so one lucky person will find this in one of the stores (or maybe already has), but here it is preserved forever in this picture for all of you who want to copy the design.