Hello again! I'm still working on those lovely french doors of mine (it's gonna take awhile!), but in the meantime, I wanted to share a couple of things I found at Home Goods over the weekend.
A quick side story: Home Goods/TJ Maxx opened up over the summer in the city next to mine - I cannot tell you how ECSTATIC I was about that because before, the closest one to me was about an hour away. It took me a few months to finally make a trip to the store - I originally had heard that it was a TJ Maxx, but while driving on the freeway, I saw a sign that said TJ Maxx and Home Goods. What the what?!?! So, I finally cruised on over there last weekend and a couple of things caught my eye.
Driftwood Tree - $49.99. I loved this, but didn't want to shell out the money for it. (It was very tempting though).
Driftwood wreaths - $19.99 and $39.99. I debated on buying the small one, but told myself that I didn't really need another wreath. But, the whole time that I was walking around the store, I kept thinking about it. If I think about it long enough, I can justify buying it, so I ended up scooping it up. :) Instead of putting it outside on my front door, I'm going to hang it up inside the house. I just need to find the right spot.
I also finally bought a set of sheets for my bed that I like! I've had so much trouble finding a set that fit correctly (I have a California King, so sometimes the pockets on the fitted sheets aren't deep enough, even though it's labeled for a California King), feels good, doesn't rip (ugh - the last set I bought at Home Goods was Cynthia Rowley brand and they ripped after a few months because they didn't fit the mattress properly). So, I'm really, really pleased with my new sheets. And they're Calvin Klein - $59.99 for the set. Woo hoo!
They had lots of cute Christmas stuff too, but in my shopping frenzy, I didn't get any more pictures. I'm just glad that there is a Home Goods nearby now so I can pop on over whenever I please and not spend tons of money there on one big shopping trip. Now, I can spend a little bit of money there lots of times. :)