Some types of furniture HomeGoods sells include accent furniture such as poufs, side tables and bar carts. HomeGoods also sells benches, ottomans, desks, chairs and tables. The exact types of furniture sold at each HomeGoods store varies since the average HomeGoods store receives deliveries of thousands of items on a weekly basis.
Customers can find dressers, cabinets, side tables and end tables with geometric patterns, hexagonal shapes, mirrors and bright colors at HomeGoods. Buyers can also find ghost chairs, ikat-printed and chevron patterned chairs. The store sells bar carts that are unique, round, glass and vintage-styled. Buyers can also find benches, garden stools and accents tables with patterns, wood and copper details.
HomeGoods is an off-price home fashions retailer that started in 1992. As of 2014, the home fashions retail chain operates in Puerto Rico and 45 states, with more than 480 stores. Although HomeGoods venues operate as standalone stores that have an average size of 25,000 square feet, the retail chain also has shops that share space with its sister stores Marshalls and T.J. Maxx. Some of the products HomeGoods store buyers purchase include furniture made in the United States. The home fashions retail chain also makes private brand products and sells home accessories such as rugs, wall art and decorative accessories.