There's an interiors secret I've been keeping to myself, but I've recently realised it's too selfish of me not to share: H&M Home is the best place to go to when you want to find inexpensive soft furnishings. It's basically the easiest way to overhaul your home without getting out the Farrow & Ball. While there are some trend-led items, there are also pieces that I can imagine keeping in my house forever.
From minimalist toothbrush holders (yes, I know) to linen table cloths that look like they're £50 a pop (when they're really less than a fiver) to minimal dressing gowns in pure linen as well as vintage-style vases that will enhance any bedroom or living room and even furniture that looks artisan, there are so many pieces you'll want from the current collection. I decided to go through the latest drop and picked out the items I know you'll want for the home. Keep scrolling to see what they are. I challenge you not to buy them.
H&M Toothbrush Mug (£10)
H&M Large Wooden Bowl (£50)
H&M Small Metal Pendant Light (£25)
H&M Porcelain Plate (£3)
H&M Round Wooden Coffee Table (£120)
H&M 2-Pack Blackout Curtains (£80)
H&M 2-Pack Linen Napkins (£9)
H&M Plant Pot With a Motif (£13)
H&M Oval Mirror (£70)
H&M Antique Rose Silk Drum Shade (£74)
H&M Wide Metal Diner Pendant (£80)
H&M Ash Bench (£120)
H&M Plant Stand With Rattan Sides (£120)
H&M Metal Lounge Chair (£200)
H&M Washed Linen Tablecloth (£35)
H&M 2-Pack Cotton Napkins (£4)
H&M Small Ceramic Plate (£7)
H&M Cotton Tablecloth (£18)
H&M Washed Linen Pyjama Bottoms (£25)
H&M Rattan Hanging Rack (£30)
H&M Washed Linen Nightshirt (£30)
H&M Sitting Figure Line Art Print (£35)
H&M Breakfast: The Cookbook (£35)
H&M Large Glass Vase (£40)
This post was originally published at an earlier time and has since been updated.
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