Madeline's dune-front mansion, Celeste's glass castle in the sky: If we're being honest, we've missed the ultra-luxe homes on Big Little Lies as much as the juicy plot lines.
Which is why we were so tickled to learn where the bulk of the "high-end" decor is actually from.
As the show's award-winning set designer Amy Wells revealed to Vogue, much of the decorative layer (think: vases, trays, tableware, tchotchkes, etc.) is actually from—wait for it—HomeGoods. Ha! “I go to all of them in the whole area,” Wells said. “The main one in Manhattan Beach has more expensive items than the one in the Valley.” Well, we simply cannot wait to see which bargain bin additions surface when season two premieres this June.
There you have it: If you want the moneyed decor aesthetic of the upper, upper 1 percent, just go treasure hunting at your local HomeGoods (and tell a big, little lie to anyone who asks.)