The offerings at HomeGoods are peppered throughout American homes spanning California to Detroit, and now, the parent company, TJX Cos, wants to expand its reach even further. Its forthcoming spin-off store, HomeSense, was announced this past March, but we've been in the dark about what we can expect.
Finally, People has an update for us. While the store is similar to HomeGoods in theory, it will offer an expanded and elevated selection of furniture, lighting, and art. You can expect to pick up a new sofa, chandelier, pouf, indoor plant, or a set of dining chairs or barstools at the new store. Of course, the new décor store will stay true to the discount prices that sister stores HomeGoods, TJ Maxx, and Marshalls are famous for.
HomeSense will reportedly be "distinct enough" from HomeGoods, "but complementary to HomeGoods and its offerings," said TJX Cos CEO Ernie Herrman earlier this year. "Our customers are passionate about HomeGoods, and we are confident they will love our new home concept, too."
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