HomeGoods

HomeGoods Furniture & Decor Information

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History of HomeGoods

Offering a vast selection of comfy and stylish decor, HomeGoods has cemented its position as one of the most popular furniture brands on the market today. Customers can browse online or visit one of the brand's retail locations to discover fashionable, affordable accents for every room. Whatever chic design you're going for, you can find the perfect pieces for your space at HomeGoods.

HomeGoods first opened in1992 as a subsidiary of the TXJ Companies, Inc., which includes off-price department stores like Marshalls and T.J. Maxx. Today HomeGoods and its sister retail banner, Homesense, are international home decor brands, providing household furnishings, gourmet kitchenware, kids' decor and pet furniture to customers around the world.

If you're looking to decorate your home on a budget, HomeGoods may be the perfect store for you. Working directly with name-brand labels and wholesalers, the company offers a unique mix of quality products at discounted rates. As such, HomeGoods shoppers can pay outlet prices for designer home decor pieces like benches, office chairs, floating shelves and desk, closet and bathroom organizers.

Where is HomeGoods Furniture Made?

Since HomeGoods products come from a global network of designers, outlets and wholesalers, the company's selection includes American-made items as well as imported luxury goods. Some of the brand's rugs may come from artisans in Asia or Germany, while its light fixtures and wall art might come from craftspeople across the United States.

HomeGoods Furniture Quality

Many HomeGoods products feature durable materials like reclaimed wood and performance fabrics. Some of the brand's small bookcases have sturdy metal frames and a lot of the store's mirrors come with solid wood borders and thick, beveled glass. To ensure lasting quality and style, the company offers generous exchange and return policies on its products.

HomeGoods Furniture Types

While large living room, dining room, bedroom and patio sets are available at Housesense, HomeGoods mostly deals in decorative items. Shoppers can find small area rugs, throw pillows and bed linens at HomeGoods, along with wall sconces, bathroom accessories and unique figurines. This retailer's vast selection of eclectic decor makes it easy to find chic items to suit any taste.