New HomeGoods attracts holiday shoppers

Rebecca, Reporter

Two new additions were added to the Hunt Valley Town Centre just in time for the holidays. Home Goods is the place everyone is going for Christmas decorations, and Michaels craft store plans to open soon.
The Home Goods motto states that “you’ll discover high quality, handcrafted merchandise for every style and every room all at significant savings.” So, if you are looking for that one thing that makes your room pop, try Home Goods. You may be surprised with the results.
Home Goods doesn’t have an online shopping website because they believe there is a certain magic inside their stores. It’s where you can experience the thrill of finding everything you are looking for. Some might think of it as inconvenient, but others might find it inspiring to see for themselves the magic that lies in Home Goods.
If you don’t know the best way to decorate a Christmas tree, Home Goods might be able to help. They have a step-by-step process to bring your Christmas tree to its highest potential: pick a theme, decorate with ribbons and lots of ornaments with many layers.
It is important to have fun with Christmas decorating, so make it your own.
Katarina Kremer (’20) says that her family goes all out for Christmas decorating. This year, she says there is a big snowman outside her house, with a little village set up on the inside of her house.
Dance teacher Erin Norton, does all her shopping at Home Goods. “My son’s room is all from Home Goods, the comforter and everything,” Norton said. She also has a Santa decoration above her fireplace on the mantle that she got from—you guessed it—Home Goods.
The new addition to Hunt Valley could not have come at a better time; Christmas is the busiest season. So, if you are a holiday junkie that dresses their house head-to-toe, then try Home Goods. You never know what you could find.