I was so excited to grab some amazing spring finds at my local Kirkwood HomeGoods this past weekend! For less than $200, I scored some fun, bright accessories that are perfect swaps for springtime. Today I'm showing you a few ideas to incorporate my finds at home.
We understand that it's much more fun to buy for your new home not your old, but smart (yet inexpensive) purchases can really make a huge difference at your property. Just make sure to buy pieces that you can take with you!
I am obsessed with this rug. It's only $59.99 and measures 5x7ft. The rug has great springtime colors and while the pink and turquoise might scare you, don't be! It's totally a neutral rug and very versatile. I can picture this rug in an entry way, kids bedroom, kitchen, layered on a natural fiber rug, and on and on and on. Did I mention that it's only $60?!?
We will say it time and time again, one of the most important rules to follow when presenting your home for sale is to remove your clutter. It's super important and I would never tell you otherwise; HOWEVER, I have also listed my house with two small children and two working parents so I will compromise and say that arranged clutter is okay when it looks this good. At $16.99, this blue and white tray is a funky way to corral your belongings.
As you've read in previous posts, a super easy and inexpensive update is to swap out your throw pillows. The coral pillow on the left is super versatile and comes in a set of two for $24.99. The beaded pillow on the right (sorry for my crummy iPhone pic!) is Elements by Erin Gates. She is an amazing designer and I was so excited to see her line at HomeGoods and on Wayfair and Amazon. I have followed her blog for years - amazing style, amazing lady! And her book is not only full of great information, but the black and white spine is perfect when styling with coffee table books. Sorry, I'm gushing! And be sure to check out our last post on pillows here.
I picked up a couple of these cute faux ferns this weekend and love how it looks at my kitchen sink. At $14.99, it's a great find to add a little outdoor life to your inside. Faux plants can be tricky and not all are created equal. But this fern from HomeGoods has a great neutral vase and would be great n a kitchen or bathroom or a perfect piece to add some height on a vignette.
Pretty impressed with my HomeGoods trip - can't wait to see what I can find next time!