Half the fun of HomeGoods is that you never know what you're going to find there. It's like a flea market, only you don't have to worry about whether someone's grandmother died in that chair — or deal with lingering cigarette or mothball smells. The inventory varies from store to store, and it's a well-known fact that if you see something and don't buy it that INSTANT, you may very well go the rest of your life without ever seeing it again.
It's a place loaded with grill. Check out some of the weirdest, wildest, most "WTF?!" items people have spotted — and try not to seethe with jealousy they're not yours. It's okay. There's always next trip to the store.— even tastes you didn't know existed in the universe. Or things you didn't know were your style, until you woke up at 3 a.m. wishing you'd splurged on that pig-shaped BBQ
Honestly, I'm still a little upset this candle holder isn't reigning over my mantle. That grump face expresses so much in a single scowl. It's the Mona Lisa of bizarre tchotchkes. There, I said it.
When you want to open a portal to commune with the undead, and your mama raised you better than to invite people over without having snacks at the ready, this is the hostess gift for you.
Bonus: A slab of parm doubles as your planchette!
Spider-Pig's got nothing on this bank. Too bad you've spent all your money at HG, otherwise you'd have a few coins to put in it.
"Baby, this print is like our love: vaguely illicit and highly combustible!"
There's no more romantic gesture than hauling (22 pounds!) that you throw out your back trying to surprise bae with it.
You could put up some fake cobwebs and pumpkins and call it a day, but that's the lazy way out. bloggers John and Sherry Petersik shared this gem on Instagram Stories, and honestly, I'm just hoping they had the trunk space to take it home ASAP before someone else snatched it up.
When you want to have a classy dinner but also show that you can party, too.
And runs smoother, too.