The art of finding

Thankful to be Home

November 20, 2020
by Amy

Bed and Bath

 

Many of us are spending a lot of time at home these days.  As the year comes to a close,  we are reminded of the things we are thankful for.  There is nothing more important to me than family, health and our home, where we can continue to nourish these things.

Having a special place in your home to relax and unwind is important.  That’s why I’m so thankful for this warm and cozy bedroom I’ve created! Since colder weather is here, it’s time to bring in some warmer textures and colors.

I love the look of white bedding year round, but adding a few colorful and textural touches can really warm things up! I found this luxuriously warm, faux fur blanket during my recent trip to HomeGoods.   I knew it would be a very cozy addition to our bed.

I also like to refresh my sheets and pillows a couple times of year.  I found a nice new set of white sheets, a two pack of white Euro sham pillows and a couple of new sleeping pillows.  There’s no better feeling than new bedding, in my opinion! It makes me look forward to snuggling up in bed.

This whimsical, modern art was an interesting addition to the room as well.  It offers a feminine and romantic touch to the room.

Having a soft and warm area rug on the floor makes getting out of bed a little more motivating, so  I was happy to find this neutral patterned rug at HomeGoods.

There is also something special about adding in a little extra warmth with candles, twinkle lights and pretty bedside lamps.

I’m so thankful for the affordable treasures I’m able to find at HomeGoods that help me create a warm and comforting home.  As an added bonus, I have a TJX Rewards Master Card, and every time I shop with it I earn 5% back in rewards! I  love receiving the digital rewards certificates for an additional savings on my purchases! Win-win!

 

Thank you for reading about what I’m thankful for, and I hope I’ve inspired you too!

 

Amy is a paid blogger for HomeGoods.  She runs an Interior Design Studio called Crazy Chic Design, where she enjoys decorating her client’s homes.  You can see her daily work over on Instagram, or you can follow her on Pinterest.