If We Lose Bed Bath & Beyond, Here’s Where to Shop in Missoula
I was sad to hear that Bed Bath & Beyond filed for bankruptcy protection, which makes the store's future an uncertainty. According to this article from CNBC, "the company’s 360 namesake stores and 120 buybuy Baby locations will remain open for the time being as it works to liquidate assets." Missoula's Bed Bath & Beyond was open today, but if they're ever closed for good it's not a bad idea to have some alternatives in mind. Here's some options on where to shop if Missoula loses its Bed Bath and Beyond:
Three Bales Home Supply
They've got everything from bedroom stuff to bathroom stuff, including kitchen supplies and tableware, check out their classy website. They're local too, so there's that.
Ella Home Goods
Their name doesn't lie, they've got home goods. Shout out to their photographer, these pictures on their website are outstanding.
Used furniture and appliances, plus they're raising money to fund child-abuse prevention according to their website.
No, not a shop for stage-magicians or witches. They have small appliances, Montana-themed gifts and "kitchen gadgets." I don't really know what kitchen gadgets are but I think I need some, here's their Facebook page for more.
I love their tagline "made for mountain living," I also love how they decorate the store seasonally with merchandise particularly great during a certain time of year, scroll through their Instagram page to see what I mean.
I doubt I have to explain what T.J Maxx is to you but just in case, they've got "amazing savings on brand-name clothing, shoes, home decor, handbags & more that fit your style" according to their website.
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