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If H&M Home is an affordable decor destination that’s been chilling under the radar for you, get ready to see those flying money emojis multiply. The cult-favorite clothing behemoth’s lifestyle offshoot is a well-known source among Domino editors when it comes to securing expensive-looking designs that belie their IKEA-low prices. The boldly colored linens, highly rated tabletop gems, and whimsical kids’ products are just scratching the surface of the 2,000-plus stockist’s shopping allure. Another plus? According to the brand, it is aiming to work only with recycled, organic, or other sustainably sourced materials by 2030. If you’re curious about what the best things to buy at H&M Home are, just take a cue from our editors’ most-eyed items, below. The roster features fresh picks from the brand’s just-launched spring collection, a strong showing of compliment-grabbing bedding, and some very good vases.
Solids, stripes, pastels, trim—there’s really something for everyone in the bedding category at H&M Home. While cotton makes up most of the sheet selection, you can take your pick of linen, muslin, flannel, and satin, too. We’re fans of its quilts, which come at a fraction of the price of other investment brands.
The jute selection is tight at H&M Home, but the shapes and textures available more than make up for that. This mesmerizing oval number, for example, would fit right in under a dining table. The flat-weave cotton options come at the right price for high-traffic areas like bathrooms, mudrooms, and entryways. The two here, for example, are machine washable (just be prepared for minor shrinking).
We are particularly enthusiastic about H&M Home’s glassware, but its stoneware mugs and porcelain plates are worthy of praise, too. This section is also stocked with affordable linen napkins and tablecloths, as well as extremely reasonable marble serving boards.
Soothing neutrals with a few pops of pastel is the story in the bath section at H&M Home. We’re partial to the metal and marble accents, as well as the cheerful striped shower curtain that punches above its weight.
If you asked our commerce content director, Liz Buxton, what the best things to buy at H&M Home are, she would tell you “throw pillows and seat cushions, hard stop.” The expensive-looking designs—made of stonewashed linen, tufted cotton, and embroidered velvet—are the most affordable you’re likely to find. We’re talking an average of $25 a pop with lows dipping to $4 scores.
Bins, baskets, containers with lids—all good things. H&M Home’s storage and organization accessories run the gamut in color and material, with transitional space appeal. Take, for instance, the salt pot, below—it could also be a trinket spot, mint jar, or cotton ball home base. Laundry baskets need not be for T-shirts destined for the wash; why not towels in the guest room or toys? Let your mind run wild.
Candles can run steep sometimes, but not at H&M Home. Taper duos are no more than $10 at the moment, and candlesticks come in all shapes and sizes without running up the tab. That goes for vases, too—whether you’re seeking something that can handle heavy branches or just a few stems. The elegant metal and colored glass designs are sure to elicit surprise from guests who’d never guess their well-under-$100 price tags.
Children’s decor brands are all over the place when it comes to price and quality, not to mention style. But we can count on H&M Home for a seemingly endless trove of adorable and durable kids’ room furnishings. We particularly like the brand’s bedding, which offers some of the best bang for your buck. There’s always a cheerful mix of playful patterns and colors to be found. Not to mention, hello, this stuffed giraffe.
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