"If at first you don’t succeed try, try and try again."

If you're anything like us, you've aimlessly entered HomeGoods only to walk out with 12 new decor items that you "just had to have." Every visit to the store is an entirely new adventure, thanks to the chain's lack of an online inventory. Because each HomeGoods has a unique variety of products, there's no way to predict what you'll find on the shelves - and that's the way we like it! And, apparently, so does Instagram.

The photo-sharing app is filled with joyous shoppers who've found the perfect pieces for their homes, styled them impeccably, and can't wait to share their finds with other home-decor enthusiasts. One scroll through the thousands of photos will show you precisely how many great steals can be found at the store, all while giving some serious decor inspiration from real people. Here are some of our favorite HomeGoods finds from across the country to inspire your next shopping trip.

- Additional reporting by Haley Lyndes

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