For traditional tastes: HomeGoods
- May 11, 2012 - 4:21 PM
Stagers who spruce up a house before it goes on the market shop here first. That's because the furnishings look more expensive than they are. You can get a leather-look red barrel chair for $150 and enough lamps to put a different one in every room. Check out the aisles devoted to garden elements, library decor, country accents or florals, but don't wait until you sell your house to take advantage of the expensive-looking mirrors, rugs, framed prints, wall hangings and accent tables.
- Eight Twin Cities locations including Roseville
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