Craft lovers and home décor enthusiasts squealed with excitement when Hobby Lobby made its Long Island debut. But that was nothing compared to the wave of pure ecstasy that came from the recent opening of Homesense in Commack. The newest store from the TJX family of stores, Homesense offers an exciting shopping experience, including an always fresh, expansive selection of high-quality merchandise at an amazing value—from furniture to decorative accessories—and seemingly everything you never thought you needed in life. And as the first Homesense store on Long Island, it is well-worth a look.
According to Emily Trent, senior vice president marketing director for HomeGoods and Homesense in the U.S., Homesense is a “true sensory experience,” which makes it different from other furniture and décor stores.
“The wide variety of merchandise encourages you to touch, feel and try it before taking it home,” she said. “From rows of leather couches to a huge assortment of lighting to designer and hand-woven rugs of all sizes–Homesense will inspire you.”
New merchandise arrives weekly and the price is always right, something the TJX family of brands knows how to do well. Occupying a massive amount of square footage, Homesense offers an array of large-scale furniture–from couches and sectionals to dining room tables and beds–with an incredible selection of sizes and shapes. Other areas of the store feature a rug emporium, extensive lighting department that includes hanging chandeliers and a “general store,” featuring everything from hardware to storage needs. Meeting every homeowner’s seasonal necessities, the store includes outdoor entertaining must-haves, holiday décor, unique artwork, decorative accessories and gift-wrapping essentials.
The collective shopping experience is something that Long Islanders and today’s customers alike have expressed a need for. Given a lack of time and energy to go to multiple stores, a one-stop-shop like Homesense is just the answer.
“We’ve seen an incredibly positive customer response to the Homesense stores we’ve already opened,” said John Ricciuti, president of HomeGoods and Homesense. “As the U.S. home market continues to grow, we are excited to bring consumers an expanded selection of quality merchandise at incredible prices, along with a new shopping experience in which they can discover and curate the home of their dreams.”
Find something for every room in your house at Homesense, located at 4A, Henry St., in Commack. To see what Homesense has to offer, visit www.us.homesense.com.