If you’ve ever set foot in TJ Maxx, Marshalls, or Home Goods, then know Rae Dunn. His porcelain pieces are hard to miss: there are hundreds of cream-colored cups, plates, cans and planters with words like “grateful”, “family” and “but first, coffee” engraved in the font. character of the creator. The minimalist design lends itself to any farmhouse style home, but really, the fascination stems from the thrill of the hunt.
Some Rae Dunn fans will travel from store to store to find the perfect addition to their collection. Serious collectors will even head straight to Rae Dunn Aisle in their TJ Maxx, Marshalls or Home Goods as soon as stores open, as this now viral TikTok shows.
In the video above, Marie, _simplyandrews_ on Instagram, shows Good Housekeeping her extensive Rae Dunn collection, which she displays in a hutch in her dining room. It all started in 2017 when she bought a flour tin and bread pan adorned with the word ‘bake’ – and now she has hundreds of seasonal and non-seasonal porcelain pieces, for a total estimated value of $ 7,000. .
You’ll see how she organizes her most used pieces and tidies up her vacation items during the off season. Plus, if you are also a collector, get plenty of tips on how to find rare Rae Dunn coins on eBay or other online retailers, like the “Take Note” line jerry cans valued at. ‘about $ 400 to $ 700.
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