This is a sponsored post on behalf of Cost Plus World Market. All opinions and experiences are my own.
When it comes to world travel, I’m still a novice. I’ve only been able to travel abroad as a service member. I’ve never had the luxury of going to Europe, Asia, South America or Africa on my own dime. I’m eagerly looking forward to the day when my whole family will be able to enjoy live abroad, and experiencing the all that the world has to offer. Until then, I’ll be hanging at World Market.
Cost Plus World Market opened a new location in Livingston, NJ. As soon as I walked through the sliding doors, I was in awe of the bright and welcoming set ups in the store. From plates produced in Portugal, to teas popular in Japan, there was a worldly touch of perfection at each turn. Have you ever been to a store and decided that you should just live there? Yes, that exactly how it feels to enter a World Market. As a lover of bight colors and a budding foodie, the Livingston location of World Market spoke to me. I spent hours strolling through the kitchen basics aisles and loudly sighed once I reader the coffee and tea section of the store. I’m a tea gal, so the vast selections of tea caught me off guard. Blends from all over the world we offered and it was very difficult to decide what to take home. I love tough decisions like that.
The staff was excellent and so very helpful. You could tell that they were just as excited. about the opening as the patrons were. I have no regrets in saying that I went a bit crazy with the items I purchased. From a stick blender in the perfect turquoise color, miniature soup tureens, italian soda and dutch wafer cookies, I had to have it all. You’ll end up seeing most of the kitchen hardware in upcoming recipe posts (yay for soup season), and I can’t wait to return to World Market to grab up the items I couldn’t fit in my cart that day.
It’s so refreshing to know that when I get a bit of overseas wanderlust, I can take a drive to Cost Plus World Market and travel the world right within a store. If you’re in northern New Jersey, be sure to stop in and check it out.