No two stays are alike at the House of HomeGoods in Hudson Valley, New York. Once you check out, a team of design experts will arrive to convert the house entirely. Wallpaper taken down, walls painted, furniture swapped out and decor styled to curate the following week’s theme. Each stay will offer an at-home activity that pairs with the energy of the home: floral arranging, fire pit cooking, pasta making, candle making. The coolest part? Guests will receive a large suitcase, which they can fill with their favorite finds from the home.
Starting today, Tuesday, October 12, guest bookings will release daily at 12 p.m. ET. Travelers can book a weekend stay — for only $29.99 a night — at the two-bedroom countryside home during the following weekends:
October 21-23: Designed to spark inspiration, Find Creativity is defined by bold colors and artistic touches.
October 28-30: Pumpkins, pinecones, fall foliage and crisp fall hues characterize Find Festivity, which celebrates the beauty of autumn.
November 4-6: Exuding a cozy feel, Find Adventure features warm patterns, textures and nature-centric art that inspires wanderlust.
November 11-13: Filled with bright hues, vintage-inspired florals and whimsical decor, Find Charm is giving quaint countryside escape.
Ready for its first visitors, House of HomeGoods is currently decked out for Find Creativity.
“We’re excited to offer consumers this bookable getaway that transforms with each stay to create a truly unique experience for guests, just like shopping at HomeGoods,” says Sarah Ajamian, manager of marketing for HomeGoods.
Guests will love traveling from room to room as they discover Find Creativity’s monochromatic theme. Wander (and shop) from the purple mudroom into the blue living room back to the two bedrooms, one pink and the other yellow. Then head upstairs to the loft, which feels very orange but welcomes other hues as well. Here’s a peek at our favorite spaces:
Blue Living Room
Walls, furniture, rugs and decor — everything is a shade of blue, yet this space still feels soothing and sophisticated.
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Credit: TLC LIGHTING
Modern Wall Art
Credit: COLLEEN KARIS
This cheery bedroom prioritizes bright yellow hues, but doesn’t shy away from layering additional textures and colors.
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Step upstairs and you’ll find this cozy loft area, complete with bright pops of orange and contemporary artwork for a ton of contrast.
Matte Rings Wall Art
Credit: COLLEEN KARIS DESIGNS
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Modern Wall Art
Credit: BOSTON WAREHOUSE
Alyssa Gautieri (she/her) is the associate lifestyle editor for Good Housekeeping, where she covers all things home and interior design. Prior to joining GH in 2022, she wrote for publications including ELLE Decor, Chairish, BobVila.com, Unique Homes Magazine and LODGING Magazine, in addition to crafting product copy for home brands like BrylaneHome and VIGO Industries.
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