I don’t know about you guys, but I seriously love to entertain. I haven’e always been this way but ever since I moved back to Atlanta and into my loft, I jump at any and every chance to have people over. Happy hour, brunch, game night, dinner party…you name, I wanna host ya for it. The only problem: I never feel like I have enough of the good stuff. I’m pretty good about stocking up on the booze and food but a girl can never have enough in her hostess toolbox – I’m talking serving dishes, wine glasses, trays, etc. Ya know, the good stuff.
I’ve been looking to update my arsenal, especially with the holiday season quickly approaching, so I was super excited to get the chance to partner with At Home Stores to stock up on some of the essentials. I’ve shared a few times before (here and here) just how much I love this mega home decor warehouse. Not only do they get over 500 NEW items each week but you can literally decorate EVERY room in your house thanks to their vast collection of goodies all at affordable prices. To be honest, I think that’s why I love At Home so much. I am in no means an interior decorator but I love to switch things up. Instead of spending a fortune on something I might move or swap out after a few months, I love running to At Home to add a little update or refresh to my favorite room in the house.
On my latest excursion, I picked up everything you see above (sans the furniture – which they have by the way). Everything from B’s favorite copper mugs (I can finally make him a good Moscow Mule) to the oversized white bowls and serving ware, I totally racked up and can you believe I spent UNDER $300…for everything! Two new sets of wine glasses, the copper mugs, a decanter set, wine rack, pitchers, the cutest marble vase, succulents (obvi) and more…under $300. It’s just pure craziness.
I’m already thinking of about five different reasons to have my friends over so I can use everything. I’m also already planning my next excuse to shop for some new home items – thinking my bedroom needs a little update!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of At Home. The opinions and text are all mine.