The Homeware I Buy From This High-Street Store Always Looks Expensive

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 (hello, tiger figurine), there are also pieces that I can imagine keeping in my house forever.

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From cool cushion covers that look like they cost £100 a pop (when they're really less than a tenner) 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 20 items I know you'll want for the home. Keep scrolling to see what they are. I challenge you not to buy them.

That's right—H&M Home does lighting now, and every shade is gorgeous. 

Put this by your bedside and you'll wake up smiling every morning. 

Ideal for olives or grilled artichokes. 

Green accents are huge on the 2019 interior scene. 

H&M's furniture is also very on-point. 

The chicest accompaniment for your at-home library.

Position this in an alcove to open up the space.

Because no chic abode should have laundry strewn around the place. 

Keep this water jug to hand to ensure you're getting your daily H20 quote. 

If it's rattan, we're here for it. 

We can't get enough of H&M Home's frugal throws. 

This looks as if it could be artisan. 

No novelty mugs over here, please. 

Nothing says bougie quite like coloured velvet. 

This is calling out for some golden devil's ivy. 

This post was originally published at an earlier time and has since been updated. 

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