March 21, 2013

Home Goods Salutes Design Bloggers at Spring Preview

As a design blogger, it always makes me super happy to see major brands give us some love. I was delighted when I swung by the Home Goods spring preview in NYC earlier today to find that they invited nine bloggers to style their own spaces for the event. They were asked to shop at their local Home Goods to choose items for their look, and I discovered so many decorating ideas. Here's a snapshot of the preview and be sure to check out the Home Goods blog, which relaunches next week.

Each blogger was featured on a banner that showcased their favorite Home Goods item for spring.

Mixing patterns is oh so chic as you can see here. Who says you can't combine chevron and floral prints for a cute bedding look?

This orange shade is my favorite color and the rope lamp on the desk is a nice touch, too. Having colorful accessories in an office space is a great way to boost creativity.

I had a lightbulb moment here. Instead of going with just one rug, put a few together for a more interesting look. As long as they're in the same color family and share similar patterns, it would work.

I'm guilty of opting for matching dining chairs, but there's no reason why you can't mix and match them for a fun look.

Yes, every home needs a bar cart.

And every living room needs a chaise.

Plants never last too long in my apartment, and I blame it on the limited amount of natural light that it receives (not my care). Regardless, this garden space has inspired me to consider snagging a nice plant for my living room. 


HomeGoods Insider said... Reply to comment

Hi Monique, wow, what a great post. Thank you. We're glad you found inspiration at our Spring editors event. We're passionate about creative home decor and the blogging community gives us inspiration every day! Your friends at HomeGoods

Decor Musings said... Reply to comment

@HomeGoods InsiderThanks a ton for the compliment. I loved your event--always do! Best, Monique

Anonymous said... Reply to comment

Let me guess, all the design bloggers were white.