HomeGoods IS FINALLY Getting a Shoppable Website

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Because of the coronavirus pandemic, we've seen many in-person experiences going virtual in 2020. Coworking spaces have turned to digital offerings. Virtual parties became a trend. Many of our favorite retailers have embraced online shopping. Even HomeGoods — a source for decor trinkets and treasures — is working on creating an online store, which is set to launch in late 2021.

"We are excited about our plan to add HomeGoods to our U.S. e-commerce offerings later next year, which already include tjmaxx.com, marshalls.com, and sierra.com," says Joanna Howarth, the PR manager for HomeGoods's parent company, The TJX Companies, Inc., in a press release, according to Delish. "We believe that current HomeGoods customers and new customers alike will love having the opportunity to shop our unique selection, great brands, and incredible values not just in store, but also from anywhere, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week."

There is nothing quite like wandering through a HomeGoods, hunting for unique pieces of decor you didn't know you needed, so we are excited to see how that experience translates to HomeGoods.com. In the meantime, you can visit the site for company information, store hours, and even a virtual store tour.


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