If you follow me on instagram, you’ll have seen my amaaazing new bedding from…. dun dun dun…. H&M.. obviously. I am seriously in love with it, it looks so effortless and cosy and that’s what I’m all about. So I thought I’d share a few of my other favourites, while adding them all to my basket.. cause I’m a homeware addict.
Here are my H&M Home picks:
Let’s start with this entire Golden Porcelain collection… I mean… how beautiful, right?! Those spotted porcelain bowls are the cutest, aren’t they? They’re £6.99 each and come in pink and white & those stripe pattern mugs are £3.99 each and come in white, pink & black – beeeautiful.
I’m a little bit in love with these wool-blend cushion covers. I love adding texture through cushions and these are next on my hitlist. They’re £17.99 and they come in this off-white and grey… *adds to basket*
This metal candle plate is the perfect addition to any fireplace/ coffee table/ any surface in the world. It’s a great way to protect whatever surface you do put your candles on, and would be a super snazzy addition to any flat-lay…. you’re welcome. It’s £12.99 and you need it in your life.
This glass vase is definitely in here due to my current obsession with buying flowers/ plants for my house. It’s actually black and gold, but looks quite blue in this photo… so not sure what’s going on with their photography – but I still love it. My house is full of copper tones.. cause yeah, I jumped on the trend. But I really think that gold could slowly be replacing those warmer tones in my interior mind. It’s £8.99 and will definitely make a statement.
And finally, this gooorgeous large wooden tray. (Can we just take a moment to appreciate H&M’s flat-lays?! Talk about #goals). It’s £17.99 and comes in dark wood, natural wood and black and I just love how versatile trays are. You can actually use them for what they’re for.. carrying food.. or you can use them to store little trinkets and candles on your coffee table.
So those are my H&M Home picks… have you seen something I need to add to my ever-growing homeware collection?