The newly engaged pair was spotted out and about in New York City on Tuesday doing some furniture shopping at Restoration Hardware.
Grande sported an oversized brown sweatshirt and patterned thigh-high boots, while Davidson kept it casual in a gray T-shirt, green shorts and black sneakers.
The couple, both 24, had been in need of furniture for a while. Over the weekend, Grande shared a photo of SpongeBob SquarePants on her Instagram Story, which she captioned, "Us in our new apartment with no furniture 1 speaker and red vines."
The furniture shopping comes just one day after the couple got tattoos on their hands together. Grande's new ink, which at least one of her friends opted to get too, reads "H2GKMO" and stands for "Honest to God, knock me out," a phrase she's tweeted and has been used repeatedly by her fans. For his part, Davidson's tattoo reads, "Reborn" and, according to his tattoo artist, is inspired by Kid Cudi's latest album.
Furniture shopping and new tattoos are just the latest in Grande and Davidson's whirlwind courtship. The couple announced their engagement last week after less than a month of dating. Over the weekend, the “No Tears Left to Cry” singer also released the cover art for her upcoming album, Sweetener, due out in August.
"Ariana has talked about marriage since she was 15," the source said. "During her teen years, she was always very dreamy about a wedding and she used to call friends and talk about one day having that one special person."