It's no secret that we love affordable and stylish homewares, and the H&M home section is a place we frequent for little updates on a budget. Whether you want to give a room a small makeover or are going for a full re-do, look no further than these cute picks...
H&M Home is full of different patterns, textures and shades - from pastels, to bright prints and crisp, soothing whites thrown in there for good measure. We just know that there's something that you would be drawn to, it certainly makes us want to reorganise our entire home.
The Rabbit Ceramic Pot (£4) is an adorable must buy, it's a dressing table staple that is currently storing our ever declining hair grip collection. The Patterned White Ceramic Jar (£3.99) is perfect for pairing with every decor and theme, these are so great for holding little items of jewellery, they keep every area neat and tidy. They're also available in a number of shades if white doesn't take your fancy.
In keeping with this quirky theme, we couldn't resist this Rabbit Candle Stick Holder (£3) - just what you need to add some character to your home.
Also on our lust list are these metallic Tealight Holders (£2.99). These don't have to be used for that function, however - we use one to store makeup brushes and another in the kitchen to keep things tidied away. They're practical and they look pristine against the white trinkets.
We're often asked about the great range of scented candles the affordable brand have on offer - seen here is the H&M Wild Rose Scented Candle (£5.99), though there are a few other fragrances on offer. Despite their reasonable price, we can confirm that they still give off a strong scent and burn cleanly. If you're not such a big fan of rose, go straight for the sultry fig scent.
If you're lucky enough to live near a H&M with a home section, make sure you get yourself down there pronto to stockpile on these lovely items.
If not, the brand offer a delivery service, which we've found to be continuously efficient and speedy. You're always given an estimated dispatch date, so if there is the issue of something in your order not coming in to stock for another couple of weeks, you are given the option to split your orders in half with no additional postage cost.
Have you treated yourself to anything from the H&M home section yet?