Ever since HomeGoods' parent company, TJX Cos., announced that it was opening a new chain of home stores last February, shoppers have been eagerly awaiting more news about the cult-favorite store's spinoff.
Here's everything we know so far about the new chain.
It'll be called HomeSense.
CEO Ernie Herrman shared the name of the store, HomeSense, back in May . HomeSense is also the name of a TJX chain in Canada and Europe that is like the U.S. version of HomeGoods.
It'll be different enough from HomeGoods that people will want to shop at both.
While HomeSense will be similar to HomeGoods in many ways, it will also offer larger art, lighting, gifting and furniture departments.
"Sofas, chandeliers, dining chairs, bar stools, poufs and pool and foosball tables are just a few of the products shoppers will be able to find," .
While the expanded selection of items will make two trips necessary for fans of the brand, Hermann confirmed that the new stores will open close to existing HomeGoods stores to make it easy for shoppers to visit both chains.
There will be a "General Store" section at HomeSense.
HomeSense stores will also have a section dedicated to home improvement and cleaning, that will include items such as, "hardware, mailboxes, cubbies, storage lockers and more," according to People.
The first HomeSense store will be in Framingham, Massachusetts.
TJX's hometown of Framingham, Massachusetts will get the first HomeSense store this year, followed by three more locations in East Hanover and Ocean Township, New Jersey, and Westwood, Massachusetts opening in the following months.
The Framingham location opens on August 17, 2017.
Let the one-month countdown begin!