Last week I remained in New York for a HomeGoods. occasion called #MakeHomeYours, and I’ve been so excited to inform you everything about it. It was a really cool challenge! HomeGoods asked three bloggers to each design a space utilizing only.products from their shops, spaces that showed our own personal styles. Claire from. Style Bomb Daily. designed her dream bedroom. Jen from. IHeart Organizing. developed a perfect home office. And I designed a colorful, kid-friendly living room.
Creating a living room that is both absolutely welcoming to kids, but also appealing to adults, which works.I ENJOYED this job. And of course, sourcing whatever from HomeGoods was likewise very enjoyable, because their stock modifications frequently, and likewise changes from store to store, so I never know what surprises I’ll find when I stop by.
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With the exception of a few small individual touches (which each blogger was asked to include to their room), every single thing in this area is from HomeGoods. Actually, truly. I’m going to point out some of my favorite parts
Up, I love the industrial looking console for two reasons. One, due to the fact that I’m quickly drawn to anything with a classic commercial feel, and two, because I discover pieces like this to be incredibly family-friendly. It fit right into the space!).
Another thing I liked in this area was the incredible floor to ceiling integrated bookshelves. I believed long and hard about how to design these and came up with this basic color-blocking plan. Even somebody that doesn’t feel like she has style skills.
Next, I wish to point out the art work. I’ve bought frames at HomeGoods for many years, however can’t state the artwork had ever really caught my eye. That is, until I went purchasing this #MakeHomeYours obstacle. Turns out they’ve truly stepped it up in the art department. Both the oversize, navy blue modern piece over the fireplace, and the painting of the boats, are originals! As in, you can see the actual globs of paint on the canvas. And they both included a certification too, ensuring them as initial pieces created by a single artist. So excellent! And readily available at the extremely cost effective prices you get out of HomeGoods.
Next, I wish to mention the dedicated kid locations of the room, consisting of the little reading corner, and the giant stuffed giraffe and elephant– though I suppose they’re hard to miss out on! I enjoyed seeing these at HomeGoods, partially since, who understood? And likewise because they’re the sort of item that a kid may see at FAO Schwartz while the parent looks on, knowing they are totally out of spending plan. However at HomeGoods, they’re available at a fraction of the expected rate.
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