Friday, December 19, 2014

Pick The Perfect Bed

No matter your age, style, or comfort preference, we have a bed that's perfect for you! Come by to take a look at our wide selection to see how you can upgrade your bedroom with a new bed. Click here to see our selections online, or find our nearest location to drop by for a visit.

Friday, December 12, 2014

Tis The Season For December Deals

Let us help with your holiday shopping! Take advantage of these December deals!

Friday, December 5, 2014

Usher in The Holiday Season with a New Look

Making your home feel new and fresh doesn't have to break the bank. You can make a significant change to your home by simply replacing a few pieces of furniture to give it a new look:

1. Dining Room Set
A new dinning room set will really pull together your home, especially since everyone loves to eat! 

2. Lighting
No home is complete without the correct lighting. You can choose your own specific style of lamps and floor lamps to illuminate your home and provide light to specific areas.

3. Living Room Table
Your living room is where you spend most of the time, so why not decorate it and make it as comfortable as possible? Start with a great table (the centerpiece of the room) and work your way out from there.

4. Couch or Sofa
Your living room is only as comfortable as the seating. Be sure to get enough seating for your family and one or two guests.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

You've Made Your Bed, Now Lie In It!

Home Decor Outlets has everything you need to make the most comfortable and affordable bed! Just follow these steps to sleep soundlessly every night:

1. The Perfect Mattress
Choose the right size for you, followed by the perfect firmness to meet your needs. We have everything you need right here.

2. Choose Your Favorite Frame
All of our amazing frames fit standard size mattresses, and we have dozens of styles to choose from! 

3. Pillows and Comforter Sets
No bed is complete without the full comfort of pillows and comforters: and we have both!

Friday, November 21, 2014

5 Living Room Pieces You Can't Do Without

How to make a perfect living room with new furniture and a little ingenuity:

1. Start with seating- aim for something comfortable:

 2. Next, find some entertainment

3. Secure extra table space:

4. Don't forget to grab lighting:

5. Finally, find the perfect rug to tie the room together!

Friday, November 14, 2014

3 Easy Steps to Set Up Your Child's Bedroom

If it's time to renovate your child's bedroom, look no further! We have several options to completely revitalize their bedroom quickly and with an affordable budget:

1. New Beds
Start with a bed that suits your child or children's needs.

2. Dressers
From there, aim for proper storage areas to keep the room tidy.

3. Nightstands
Finally, take a look at nightstands to house bedtime and miscellaneous items! 

Friday, November 7, 2014

Look At These Knockout November Deals

Come by to take advantage of our amazing deals this November!

Home Decor Liquidators sells first quality furniture and flooring acquired through closeouts, special buyouts, discontinues and liquidations by the truckload, and then we pass those great savings on to you. The items shown on our website are just a preview of the many products we carry at our Home Decor Liquidators stores. 

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Fun Family Halloween Activities That You Can Do At Home

The spookiest night of the year is finally here. After all the trick-or-treating is finished, you and your family can get together for a fun Halloween themed game night. There are tons of spooky activities that you can do, but we have put together a few of our favorites.

Kid-Friendly Movies and Treats

Gather around your comfy living room furniture and watch a not-so-scary Halloween movie. Some options are Casper or Scooby-Doo. Since it is Halloween, you have the perfect excuse to treat yourselves to some sweets. You can either dip into the trick-or-treat candy or make your own delicious recipes.

Pin the Stem on the Pumpkin

This is essentially the Halloween version of pin the tale on the donkey, but it can still make for a fun game. You can even create your own pumpkin with orange construction paper. Use green paper for the stem and hang it up on a cork board.

Bewitching Chairs

This is another spooky spin on a classic game of musical chairs. You can make a witch's hat from some everyday materials and use it as a game prop. You can find full instructions for the game on Family Education here.

Scavenger/ Treasure Hunt

Have kids go on a scavenger hunt around the house. Add a touch of Halloween to the scavenger hunt by using glow in the dark stickers and arrows as clues and dim the lights. You can use candy as the treasure or choose other prizes. 

Friday, October 24, 2014

DIY Fall and Halloween Wreaths

Photo by Ben+Sam
Home decor really plays a part in making your house feel like home. You can welcome guests to your home with a festive fall or Halloween wreath. With these ideas and tips you can make your own with minimal supplies and time.

Traditional Leaf Wreath 


  • Fake leaf garland (red, orange, yellow)
  • Hot glue 
  • Wreath twigs (found in craft store)


  1. Lay out your twig wreath. You can usually find this already in the shape of a wreath at a local craft store, otherwise you have to shape the twigs into a circle. Once you have that, work in your leaf garland, placing it in the inner part of the wreath. 
  2. Use varying shades of red, orange and yellow to blend the leaf colors. Cover the inner part of the wreath with leaves with some twigs exposed around the outer part. 
  3. Glue loose pieces of garland onto the twig wreath and hang.

Halloween Ghosts and Ghouls Wreath


  • Plain wreath (craft store)
  • Purple or black yarn
  • Fake cobwebs
  • Skull props 
  • Glue
  • Black ribbon
  • Foam letters


  1. Wrap either purple or black yarn around your wreath until covered. 
  2. Cover wreath in black ribbon and garnish it with a few cobwebs.
  3. Glue on some skull props to one part. 
  4. On the top or bottom, glue on the word "Boo" in some white foam letters and hang. 
Now, your home is ready to welcome trick-or-treaters and Halloween guests. Plus, if you are making the traditional leaf wreath, you can keep it up all the way until Thanksgiving!

Friday, October 17, 2014

How To Turn Your Sofa Into A Monster

Some of the best Halloween decorations are the ones that you create yourself. This year, you can incorporate pieces of your furniture into your decor for some clever spookiness. In this blog, we are talking about couch monsters, and not the ones under your cushions. With slight adjustments to an old couch cover or sheet, you can turn your sofa into a monster. Here's how:


  • Large black or dark grey sheet or couch cover
  • Paint
  • Paintbrushes
  • Tarp
  • Glow in the dark paint/sticks 


  1. Test out the sizing of your sheet on the sofa. Before painting, you should align and mark where the sheet covers the back cushions-this is where you will paint on the eyes. 
  2. Once you've aligned your sheet to the sofa remove the sheet. Then, in a well-ventilated area, lay out a tarp and place your sheet or couch cover on it. 
  3. Make sure that the sheet is face up and flat before painting. Paint some scary eyes on the middle of your sheet or cover where you have marked it. 
  4. Then, paint on a scary mouth with some jagged teeth. 
  5. Leave the sheet flat to dry overnight. 
  6. Once completely dry, you can cover your couch with it. But, you must make sure that it is absolutely dry before doing this to avoid getting paint on your furniture!
*Try gluing glow in the dark sticks on or use glow in the dark paint for a scarier version.
Now that you have a couch monster, you can incorporate other pieces of furniture like lamps and end tables! You can add some googly eyes to a lampshade for an easy Halloween decoration and change the light bulb color for an added spookiness. 

Friday, October 10, 2014

Tips for Decorating Your Home for Halloween

Photo by Unskinny Boppy
With less than a month until Halloween, stores are full of spooky candy, costumes and decorations. But, some of the store-bought Halloween decor can be a bit cheesy, depending on where you place it in your home. Here are a few tips for decorating your house for the spookiest night of the year! 
  1. Lighting and color: One of the simplest things that you can do to set a scary mood in your home is dim the lights and use dark colored decor. You can cover your furniture and sofas with some dark sheets or couch covers and if you can't manually adjust your lighting, you can switch out the light bulbs for some dark colored ones. 
  2. DIY Halloween decor and candles: Sometimes the scariest decor is the kind that you make on your own, because it's not likely that your house guests will have seen it somewhere else. An easy decor creation is Mason jar candles. You can fill the jars with toy bugs, skulls, or some candy body parts and then turn it into a candle with this DIY
  3. Spooky music: A scary movie isn't complete without a soundtrack. The same goes for your Haunted House. Create a track of the most horrifying tunes that you can think of and play it at your next Halloween party. 
And if you still need a few home decor and furniture items to complete your home before October 31, check out our spooktacular October deals before they vanish! 

Thursday, October 2, 2014

October 2014 Deals

Fall has arrived and with it, our October deals! Take advantage of the spooktacular savings on some name brand furniture and decor products from designers and suppliers like: Ashley, Benchcraft, Serta and more! Check out the flyer and video below for more information on our October deals or visit your local Home Decor Outlets store.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Fall Decor: Things You Can Do With a Mason Jar

Photo by jjagner
Now that we can say it is officially fall, we can spice up the house with autumn decor without any hesitation. If you love to decorate as much as we do, then here are a few things that you can do around your house to ring in the season. In this blog, we're focusing on mason jar crafts and here are two worth trying:

Paint Leaf Jars 


  • Mason Jar
  • Glass paint
  • Disposable paper
  • Paintbrush
  • Ribbon
  • Candle (optional)


  1. First, place your disposable paper on your work surface to prevent any paint marks.
  2. Then place your jar either on its side or upright and start painting leaves on the outside of the jar. 
  3. Be sure to use paint made specifically for glassware, that way it goes on smoothly and stays on the jar. 
  4. Wait 3 to 4 hours or until all the paint is dry. If you use thicker coats of paint, you may need to wait longer. 
  5. Once the paint is completely dry, tie a red, yellow or other fall-colored ribbon around the rim. 
Your fall jar is now complete! You can fill it with potpourri or sunflowers and use it as a dining room table centerpiece. Or you can drop a candle into it and use it as a lantern. 

Candle Leaf Jars


  • Mason Jar
  • Leaves (Fake or Real)
  • Tea candle
  • Ribbon


  1. Grab some colorful leaves from your yard or purchase some fake fall leaves from a local crafts store and fill a Mason Jar about 3/4 full with them. 
  2. Then place a tea candle that is inside a glass holder into the jar, with the wick up. 
  3. Make sure that the candle is big enough to fit into the opening of the jar but does not fall through. If it is too small and not in a glass candle holder, it could be a fire hazard. 
  4. As a last touch, tie a colorful ribbon or piece of string around the rim of the jar.
You can use real leaves, but you'll have to frequently change them because they wither and turn brown quickly. Fake leaves will require less maintenance. Once you are finished with your jars, you can place them on your living room mantle or kitchen table for some fall lighting! 

Friday, September 19, 2014

Dressers and Chests - Perfect Home Storage Solutions

Today may be Talk Like a Pirate Day, but we aren't talking about treasure chests. In this week's blog, we are taking a look at our selection of chests-bedroom chests, that is. These drawer chests may not be filled with treasure, but they are great as a storage solution for clothes and other items.

This multi-use chest is great to hold a TV and consoles and store other items.
Media Chest

This chest with flower handles is great for a kids room.
Add a vintage touch to any home with this Emperior Chest
This Ashley Chest is the perfect storage solution, with its multiple drawers and sleek, dark style. 
If you liked this preview of chests and would like to see more, feel free to view our online inventory here

Friday, September 12, 2014

Living Room Pieces for Fall

The leaves are turning colors and the air is getting a little chillier, which means that fall is rapidly approaching. You can prepare your home for the season with some autumn-inspired furniture pieces. In this blog, we are highlighting some of the living room pieces that will remind anyone of fall. 

These walnut recliners are the perfect shade for the season. Plus they are great for entertaining guests or having a movie night! 

Accentuate your seating with this rustic looking, brown marble coffee table set
Put up your feet and relax by a warm fire with this burgundy colored ottoman
This "Cinnabar"sectional sofa has almost all the tones of autumn leaves! You can rearrange the pillows and change up the order too. 
Lastly, tie it all together with a fall rug, like this Marrakesh Toffee one.
If you liked these home decor pieces, you can view more of our selection online here

Friday, September 5, 2014

September Deals 2014

As summer nears an end and fall begins, it may be time to deck out your home with some autumn-inspired decor and furniture. This month's deals feature discounts on name brand products, free layaway and decor in several fall colors! Check the deals in the print ad below or look out for our September TV ad coming soon.

Friday, August 29, 2014

Kid’s Room Decor

Decorating your own bedroom is fun and easy. When it comes to decorating your kid’s room, however, things become a bit more challenging. What’s comfortable and fun for you doesn’t always reflect the more playful interests of children. Fortunately, when it comes to decorations, we at Home Decor Outlets specialize in both adults and children. That’s why we’ve put together a short list to help you decorate your kid’s room.

Kid’s Room Decor

Beds. If this room is for just one child, consider a wooden bed frame with drawers for storage. Wood is a classic kid’s room choice and a bed frame with drawers becomes the perfect place for storing toys and clothes. If there is going to be two children sleeping in this room, save space and promote fun with one of our many Home Decor Outlets bunkbeds!

Shelves. When it comes time for shelves, think creative. Shelves are a great place to add a little color and pizzazz to your kid’s bedroom. Some of our personal favorite shelf ideas include wall mounted skateboard shelves, or shelves that include every color of the rainbow. For some great DIY shelf ideas, click here:

Nightstand. A nightstand is the perfect place for pajamas and other little knick-knacks your kid may own. A good rule of thumb when it comes to night stands, is to try to find something that matches your childs bed frame. For a few different nightstand ideas, visit Home Decor Outlet here:

The Walls. When choosing the color of your child’s room, it’s a good idea to go with something both fun and soothing. Pastels can be great for a kid’s room since they can both add a dash of color, while continuing to sooth. Additionally, another great DIY choice is painting a chalkboard accent wall. A chalkboard accent wall will help promote creativity and give your child the freedom to change his or her wall designs as often as they would like.

Decorating your child’s bedroom can be tough, but it doesn’t have to be! With a ton of different DIY home projects, as well the affordable furniture from Home Decor Outlets, the possibilities for decorating your kid’s room become endless. To get started and to see what else we at Home Decor Outlets have to offer, visit us here:

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Storing Your Summer Gear

The summer is coming to an end. In just a few weeks the weather will be cooling off and the leaves will begin changing colors. Before they do, however, it’s important to get organized. Switching out your summer gear for the oncoming autumn season can be challenging when it comes to storage space. Fortunately, we’ve created a short list of creative storing ideas to help you get started.

Curtains. Hide the clutter and still use your storage space with a colorful curtain. A colorful curtain hanging around a table or small set of shelves will add pizzazz to your home, while keeping it looking fresh and organized.

The Ottoman. Keep your house clean and organized by storing your summer gear in plain sight. Using a storage Ottoman, like one from Home Decor Outlets, will keep your summer gear safe, stored, and in an easily accessible place.

Storage Bed. A comfortable place to sleep and a comfortable place to store your things. If you have a bed frame with drawers and shelves, consider storing your summer gear here. Easily accessible, yet out of sight, a storage bed system is perfect for storing off season clothes.

Summer is coming to an end, which means autumn is just around the corner. Organize the chaos of the changing seasons with a few of our clever storage ideas. And when it comes time to buy extra storage and furniture, think Home Decor Outlets. To learn more about Home Decor Outlets and the affordable mattresses and furniture we have to offer, visit us here:

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Get Organized for Back-To-School

August is coming to an end. In just a few weeks summer will be over and children all over the nation will be heading back-to-school. Unfortunately, as all parents know, with new school years often comes new organization challenges. To help you out, we’ve put together a few tips to get you ready and organized!

Get Organized

1. Ease Into It. Drastic changes can be tough, especially for young children. When preparing for a new school year, it’s a good idea to ease into it. Take the last two weeks of summer to gradually reintroduce school year routines such as bedtimes, wake up times, and eating habits.

2. Calendar. Before the school year begins, do yourself a favor and create a central calendar. No matter the number of children you have going back-to-school, a large central calendar, with plenty of room to write, will help calm the chaos of the new school year and keep you and your family organized.

3. Clothes. Kids seem to never stop growing! Fortunately, plenty of stores have back-to-school sales. Get ahead of school shopping by being prepared with a list of exactly what you need. Once those new school year clothes are bought,  organize the summer clothes in your home by storing them in an ottoman or a storage bed.

4. Papers. Oftentimes schools will require documentation including last year’s report cards, proof of medical check ups, or even immunization shots in order for your child to start the school year. Ensure your child is prepared by calling the school or visiting the website to learn what they require before the year starts. Once you’ve obtained the correct information, make a list of what you’ll need documents you’ll need and post it somewhere in your home where you’ll see it often, such as the fridge.

5. Practice Run. A day or two before the first day of school, try a practice run. Wake up your kids when they’ll need to get up during the school. Prepare yourself for work while helping prepare your children for school. Doing this will make sure you and your child are organized and ready for the first day of school!

Back-to-school is just around the corner and it’s important to be prepared. Counteract the chaos of back-to-school with our back-to-school tips for organization! And when it comes time to organize your home and buy back-to-school furniture, visit Home Decor Outlets here:

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Creative Home Uses for Screen Dividers

Traditionally home screen dividers are used to (as you may have guessed by its name) divide a room. However, there are tons of ways that you can use a screen divider in your home. A screen divider can even amplify your living space either by creating the illusion of more room or by providing another space for decor or organization. Here are a few ideas for how you can use screen dividers in your home.

1. Hang pictures on one or both sides of the panels for easy display and to free up wall space. One of the best parts is that you can move it around with little hassle.
Black 3 Panel Screen
2. String lights on it so that it doubles as a standing lamp.

Panel Divider with Designs
3. Divide two rooms of your house while not cramping up your living space. You can leave notes or photos on the shutter of this one, just be careful not to switch their direction when you do.
Cherry Divider
4. Use it as a makeshift door for a hidden room or den area.
Black Panel Divider
If you need a screen divider for your home, view our selection online or visit one of our stores near you for more information!

Friday, August 1, 2014

August 2014 Deals

You can furnish your entire home with our list of August deals. Some of the highlights in this month's deals are designer sofas, multiple piece bed sets and recliners. View our flyer below for more details or visit a store near you and browse our inventory! 

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Tips To Help Protect Furniture When Moving

Photo by Vermont Timber
Moving can be stressful and the last thing anyone wants is to damage furniture and other home decor in the process. Before you start moving your furniture from your old home to a new one, there a few precautions you should take to decrease the risk of damage. Below we have listed a few furniture moving tips.

  1. Disassemble if possible - Some pieces can be taken apart into smaller items, making it easier to handle and less bulky to move. However, you have to be expertly organized and make sure to keep all of the parts together, so that you can put it back together again. 
  2. Wrap it up - Carefully wrap your furniture with plastic or bubble wrap and/or disposable moving pads. Put extra layers on fragile items. Depending on how long it will be packed up, wood furniture doesn't preserve well with plastic wrap, so protect it with the pads instead. 
  3. Mark fragile - When packing up smaller fragile decor and items, mark them as fragile. That way, extra care will be taken when moving and arranging them during your move.
  4. Secure - Be sure to tie down heavy items and furniture in your moving truck to prevent them from shifting and toppling during transit. You can use bungee cords or straps to secure them.
Preparing and protecting your furniture during a move can help limit stress and costs that can result from the damage. If you would like more information on our furniture protection plan or would like one of our items delivered to your home, visit our site or a store near you

Monday, July 14, 2014

Space-Saving Hacks For Your Home

Keeping your home clutter free can be a daunting task, nearly impossible especially if you live in a smaller space or have children. Luckily, it isn't impossible and can be accomplished with some neat tricks and furniture pieces that are perfect for concealing items for storage. Below we have some accessories that you can use in your home to help save space and organize. 

Media Chest
Hanging storage unit
Storage ottoman
Kitchen cart

Visit our online inventory to view more space-saving furniture accessories! 
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