This Secret Section of HomeGoods Has Tons of High-End Pieces for Way Less
Rarely does a weekend pass where I don’t check out HomeGoods or T.J. Maxx just to see what’s new. I always make a point to go to these stores when I travel, too, because the inventory and demand for certain things is different depending on where you are. And even when I’m not browsing in person, I love scrolling through the websites for both stores in my downtime. Ever since HomeGoods, in particular, launched online shopping, I’ve been looking for ways to hack the website the same way super-shoppers cruise the aisles of the brick-and-mortars to find the best deals and items.To that end, I’m happy to report I just stumbled upon a semi-secret section of the highest-end, most sought-out HomeGoods products online called “The Collection.” This curation is similar to T.J. Maxx’s “The Runway,” but smaller and way less easy to find on the site (at least for right now): it lives under the brand’s “Idea Shop,” where you might not think to click for shoppable offerings.
There, you’ll find large foundational pieces, like rugs and furniture, as part of “The Collection,” as well as offerings like art, cookware, and accessories. The lighting available is definitely a standout right now; I’ve spotted pieces from design industry giants, but, of course, nothing is promised to last because quantities are limited. So if you see something you can’t live without, grab it and check out as fast as you can (inventory appears to be updated every few days or so).
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One quick note about “The Collection”: We’re talking major designer finds here, and some of the pricing is reflective of that. Everything costs well below retail, but if you’re just looking for the most inexpensive items, you’ll see more competitive offerings elsewhere on the site. I rounded up a few items to get you started shopping “The Collection,” but definitely take a spin over there as often as you can because you’re going to like what you see.