If you’ve ever stepped foot in TJ Maxx, Marshalls or Home Goods, then know about Rae Dunn. Her porcelain pieces are hard to miss: There are hundreds of cream-colored mugs, dishes, canisters and planters with words like “thankful,” “family,” and “but first, coffee” etched in the designer’s signature font. The minimalistic 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 beeline straight to the Rae Dunn aisle in their local TJ Maxx, Marshalls or Home Goods as soon as the stores open, as shown in this now-viral TikTok.
In the video above, Marie, _simplyandrews_ on Instagram, shows Good Housekeeping her extensive Rae Dunn collection, which she keeps on display in a hutch in her dining room. It all started back in 2017 when she bought a flour canister and loaf dish adorned with the word “bake” — and now she has hundreds of seasonal and non-seasonal porcelain pieces, totaling an estimated value of $7,000.
You’ll see how she organizes her most-used pieces and packs away her holiday items during the off-season. Plus, if you’re also a collector, get plenty of tips about how to track down rare Rae Dunn pieces on eBay or other online retailers, like the canisters from the “Take Note” line valued at around $400 to $700.
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