TikTok loves a viral home decor moment, and lately, it seems like almost every trendy find comes from HomeGoods. Whether it’s the viral HomeGoods ghost blanket or the coveted HomeGoods strawberry stool, the retailer is one of the best places to find stylish home decor finds for less. Yet somehow I always forget that you can actually shop HomeGoods online.
HomeGoods might seem like a discount home decor store with items from last season, but that’s actually not the case. Instead, the retailer has buyers who shop with vendors worldwide through something called opportunistic buying. This means that instead of buying decor items up to nine months in advance just a few times per year (which is what most retailers do), HomeGoods buyers shop for items almost year-round, allowing them to score home goods from current seasons that other retailers might have passed up.
I’ve already made multiple trips to the retail store to stock up on fall home decor but found that a lot of items are already picked over. If you’re like me and late to the fall decor shopping game, HomeGoods’ online store has tons of great finds for everything from your tablescape to your mantle. I scoured pages upon pages to find the best fall decor at HomeGoods and am sharing my favorites ahead.
The Best Fall Home Decor at HomeGoods
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It’s finally time to swap out your summer throw pillows for something a little more seasonal—and this stunning velvet beaded leaf pillow is one of my favorite HomeGoods finds. I love that this pillow comes in a sage green tone, which is a nice mix-up from the usual oranges and browns. The 20x20-inch fall throw pillow also features gorgeous beaded leaf motif details with a textured fringe trim for added detail.
Quilted home decor is one of the biggest trends of the fall season. If you don’t want to lean fully in with quilted bedding, consider adding some of the textured textile to your table with these quilted pumpkin placemats from Nicole Miller. Available in a pack of four for under $15, these budget-friendly place mats are perfect for dressing up your next harvest gathering or Thanksgiving table. The Nicole Miller collection also features a quilted leaf table runner if that’s more your tablescape style.
Mushrooms are another popular home decor trend this year, and The Bakehouse Mushroom Casserole Pot With Lid is a stylish way to bring the trend into your kitchen this season. This 9-inch casserole pot is constructed from durable stoneware with a gorgeous white glaze finish. It is also dishwasher, microwave, and oven-safe, perfect for your favorite stews and soups once the weather cools down.
DIY knit pumpkins have taken over TikTok as this season’s homemade decor trend. But, if you don’t want to make your own fabric pumpkins, you can find some gorgeous options from HomeGoods, including this 8.5-inch Frayed Pumpkin from the Ragon House Collection.
My family inherited my grandmother’s vintage fall serving ware for our Thanksgiving table, and it’s one of my favorite fall decor items. The Spode collection at HomeGoods reminds me so much of the vintage pieces and would elevate any harvest tablescape. I’m eyeing the Rectangle Serving Platter to pair with the dishes I already have, but the collection also includes a baking dish, bread tray, and serving bowl, too.
This is your official reminder to swap out your summer wreath for festive fall foliage. The Martha Stewart Velvet Artificial Pumpkins Wreath is one of my favorite fall wreaths this season. I love that this wreath features trendy fabric pumpkins along with timeless pinecones and gorgeous forage-worthy greens.
Does HomeGoods have online shopping?
HomeGoods hasn’t always offered online shopping, but in 2021, the retailer launched home decor and furnishings across various categories, including lighting, rugs, furniture, kitchen, and holidays. While it doesn’t offer as many decor pieces online, you can find a curated collection under each category, some of which you won’t come across in stores.
With that said, HomeGoods knows that the fun is in the find, so some brands and specific products aren’t searchable on the site. Instead, the retailer encourages you to browse by category to stumble across amazing home decor finds. While this can be a bit frustrating when you’re shopping for something specific, I actually love that HomeGoods stays true to its in-store shopping experience and finds a way to bring that same thrill of treasure hunting to the internet.
Where do HomeGoods products come from?
These products come from a wide range of different sources, often China and India, so may not be for you if you prefer buying American-made.
HomeGoods' selection is great, but they're far form the only retailer offering discounts over fall. We've already cover the best fall decor at Walmart, which is to saw nothing of all the Halloween decor out there at the moment. We've found some cute options everywhere from Target to Pottery Barn
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Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.
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