Over the past few years, we've seen a shift in the interiors retail market. Previously, you'd have to go to specific stores to find homeware to fill your flat or house with but now, thanks to an influx of high-street stores that now dabble in interiors, it's never been easier (or more affordable) to find new pieces for your home. While many shops have interior offerings these days, there are three hotspots we find ourselves returning to again and again when we're in need of a homeware fix: H&M Home, Marks and Spencer and Zara Home. And call us a cliché but ever since the first lockdown back in March, we've been obsessing over our home spaces and how we can improve them, even if it's in some small way.
With everything from furniture to lighting, dinnerware to decorative accessories, M&S, Zara and H&M's respective homeware departments stock absolutely everything you need to bestow your pad with high-end appeal. But with literally thousands of products to shift through, finding the best bits across all three sites is daunting, to say the least. Which is where we come in.
Don't worry, though, for we've whittled down the best pieces from Zara Home, Marks and Spencer and H&M Home, for a bit of a refresh.
Zara Flowerpot and Plate (£20)
Zara Methacrylate Tables (£180)
Zara Organically-Shaped Tealight Holder (£12)
Zara Lacquered Metal Bread Tin (£40)
Zara Floral Earthenware Soup Plate (£8)
Zara Rattan and Wood Folding Chair (£120)
Zara Recipe Notebook (£18)
Zara Two-Tone Rug (£120)
Zara Embroidered Cotton Table Linen (£12)
Zara Pack of 3 Notebooks (£12)
Zara Gold Frame Mirror (£80)
H&M Home Large Ceramic Vase (£25)
H&M Cage Ceiling Light (£120)
H&M Glass Cake Stand (£13)
H&M Washed Linen Duvet Cover Set (£80)
H&M Waffled Dressing Gown (£25)
H&M Large Glass Vase (£20)
H&M Long Wooden Tray (£15)
H&M Round Stool (£50)
H&M Metal Lounge Chair (£200)
H&M Sturdy Jute Rug (£120)
H&M Large Ceramic Plant Pot (£25)
MARKS AND SPENCER
Marks and Spencer Window Pane Mirror (£129)
Marks and Spencer Tall Reactive Glazed Vase (£15)
Marks and Spencer Maxim Cake Slice (£8)
Marks and Spencer Wooden Salad Bowl (£30)
Marks and Spencer Cast Aluminium 7L Casserole Dish (£60)
Marks and Spencer Cabbage Salad Bowl (£18)
Marks and Spencer Set of 2 Linen Napkins (£10)
Marks and Spencer Medium Reactive Glazed Bottle Vase (£8)
Marks and Spencer Ribbed Glass Table Lamp (£50)
Marks and Spencer String of Pearls Plant in Ceramic (£20)
This post was originally published at an earlier time and has since been updated.
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