HomeGoods has officially launched an online store where consumers can shop its off-price home décor merchandise.

The site HomeGoods.com debuted on Tuesday, offering top brands at discounted prices. The retailer said customers will be able to find a “selection of curated finds featuring a fresh mix of merchandise just like shoppers can find in-store.”

The e-commerce site includes items from household categories that include bedding, bath, decorative pillows, kitchen goods, seasonal décor, pet, and storage/organization, as well as new finds to come, HomeGoods said.

John Ricciuti, president of HomeGoods, said in a statement, “We are thrilled to bring a second way for our passionate shoppers to discover and shop an assortment they know and love. We hope our customers find the same excitement shopping HomeGoods online as they do exploring the aisles of our stores.”

Consumers will be able to get free shipping on orders of $119.

Most returns on online purchases can be made via mail or for free at one of more than 820 HomeGoods stores located in the U.S. Some exclusions do apply for in-store returns as well as mailed-back items such as returning within 40 days of purchase unless otherwise noted. Mailed-back returns cost $14.99 in most instances.

HomeGoods said it plans to expand its online stores for the holiday season with a gift collection and décor category.

HomeGoods’ parent company TJX Companies (TJX) also owns T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeSense, and Sierra. Marshalls, T.J. Maxx, and Sierra also have online stores.

As of Tuesday at 9:33 a.m. ET, shares of TJX Companies were trading at $70.65, down 49 cents, or 0.69%.

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