TJ Maxx is a dangerous store for me. Every time I go in there, I always find several things that I want (and it's even worse when it's a TJ Maxx./Homegoods).
Graham & I traded vehicles while he's in training in Texas. Since he's doing most of the visiting, it made sense for him to drive the fuel efficient vehicle. So I'm stuck driving his massive truck. I used to go home on my lunch break, now I stay in the area and window shop. I found so many cute things at TJ Maxx this week, and here are some of my favorites!
LOVED these baking dishes. LOVED them! If they were blue instead of yellow, I would have bought one in a heartbeat! They were a really good size, and a great price at only $12.99!
How darling are these little bowls. I wanted these too, but they didn't have enough. That's the only problem with shopping at stores like this. If they don't have enough of the item you need, you may have a hard time finding more of them somewhere else. But at $3.99 each, I definitely loved these.
Just yesterday I was telling someone that a great way to add a pop of color to a dull or monochromatic bathroom is a plant. This fake boxwood is so cute. The shape, size & color would be perfect for our master bathroom. However, I did think it was overpriced at $29.99.
Love this cute dog bed! We're contemplating moving Hermione's bed into our bedroom, since she does so good sleeping on the floor by us when we're at Graham's parents. The master bedroom color scheme at our next place will be yellow & gray, so this would be perfect!
Is anyone surprised that I'm completely smitten with this large & in charge $70 mirror? No? I didn't think anyone would be ;)
The quinoa mixes from Pereg intrigued me, and I couldn't resist buying one. The ingredient list wasn't scary at all, and the sodium content was really low, so I figured it was worth a shot.
I also bought these two jars of spices. Do you know how hard it is to find Herbes de Provence in Little Rock? Damned near impossible. The only store I haven't checked is Whole Foods, but everywhere else let me down. And the seasoned sea salt just sounded epic.
I used to worry about buying edible stuff from stores like TJ Maxx. I figured it was out of date, or close to it. All three of the edible things I bought are good until late 2014.
Last but not least, we're moving very close to the beach in less than three months. I think this blue, quatrefoil beach towel is a necessity =) (Especially when it's priced at $14.99!)