10 Finds from T.J.Maxx That Look Expensive (but Aren’t)
We’re about to let you in on a little secret: Every single accessory in our apartment (yeah, even that vase that looks like it came straight out of Buckingham Palace) is from T.J.Maxx. Behold, 10 items guaranteed to make you look like you balled out when, you know, you totally didn’t.
‘DINING IN’ COOKBOOK
Um, is that our absolute favorite cookbook (in hardcover form!) for literally half the price? T.J.Maxx, we love you.
Spending $20 a week on year-round fresh flowers may not fit into your budget, but we’re sure this gorgeous white fabric orchid does.
Velvet Office Chair
Working all day sounds like a glorious plan if we can cozy up in this chair. Yep, someone is about to be sittin’ pretty. Real pretty.
Two for the price of one? Say no more.
Gold Bar Cart
Next time you’re pouring a glass of your favorite merlot, do it in style with this Gatsby-inspired gold-tone bar cart. Your guests are guaranteed to be impressed.
Shhh. No one has to know that this set of plates didn’t come from a fancy-shmancy exhibit during Art Basel.
We know you’ve walked past those snazzy plant stores and sighed over the price of a terrarium. Seventy-five dollars? Yeah, right. Behold, T.J.Maxx offers a near identical (maintenance-free)one for a fraction of the price.
Anytime you add a bit of gold to a utilitarian object, you have our attention. P.S. We may splurge and buy two—one for each nightstand—and place those adorable white fabric orchids inside.
We will gladly whip up a cake for any occasion if we can use a sleek (and ridiculously cheap) mixer like this.
This here packs a triple punch: Looks like a fancy piece of art, serves as a stylish accent piece and is seriously cozy. It’s an all-around win.