An empty apartment is a fresh slate. You get the perfect opportunity to turn the space into your escape from the rest of the world. After all, decorating a home is half the fun of moving in! Here’s our list of home goods stores to browse in Arlington, WA.
Sassafras Vintage & Gifts is a must for thrifty folk and lovers of antiques. Pre-loved furniture, clothing, and trinkets just need to find a new home with a loving collector. Be sure to check out Blue Bird Cafe for lunch across the street while you’re downtown!
Walmart provides the convenience of getting your groceries and home goods at the same store, saving you a trip! Their low prices across many departments can help you redesign your apartment home without breaking the bank.
Target is basically a trendier Walmart, full of seasonal trends in clothing and home decor from patio furniture to holidays and annual back-to-school specials. You can even upgrade your electronics or pick up the latest from current authors.
Hobby Lobby stays true to its name – it has just about anything you could need for a variety of hobbies. All of your scrapbooking projects, sewing experiments, and crafting needs galore are available in-store or online.
Michael’s is every craft enthusiast’s dream. Regular deals, free curbside or in-store pickup, and a huge selection of creative supplies make this an easy choice. They also provide custom framing services!
Lowe’s may not be your first thought in the realm of home decor, but it’s still a great stop if you have any do-it-yourself projects in the pipeline. Keep your eyes open while wandering the aisles and you might find pieces you weren’t expecting.
Thanks for reading! For more recommendations, come back next month to read our newest blog installment. You can also browse our website for information about making Pilchuck Village your next home. We can’t wait to hear from you!