As you may have gathered already, I love T.J. Maxx and Marshalls. I really enjoy going in and poking around to see what kind of awesome treasures I can find. The only thing I love even more than T.J. Maxx and Marshalls is HomeGoods! There isn't one very close to me, so I don't get to go there often. But, late last week, I was traveling for a work function and found myself with a little free time to make a stop at the nearby HomeGoods once we were done for the day. Score!
1. Craft Bin
I'm sure you're thinking, "This girl makes crafts like a fool, she must already have a bin." You're partly right. I have a number of bins that organize my craft supplies and even a couple of containers for swatches. What I was missing was a bin where I could store yarn crafts that are in progress. Usually, I leave whatever I'm working on sitting on either the armchair, the coffee table, or the couch in my living room. These aren't great habits and also result in me desperately shoving my project into the hall closet when company comes over.
2. Metro sign
If you read Apartment Therapy even half as often as I do, I'm sure you've seen photos of a home with a vintage, or faux-vintage, sign listing all of the stops on a train line. I'm not familiar with the public transit organization schemes in many cities of the world - especially ones that are featured in these works of art - bu there is one exception: Paris. When I saw this sign, I decided to snap it up!