Friday, June 29, 2018

Current Obsession: H&M Home

I am not sure when and how it all started, but before I knew it, I already placed over a dozen online orders with H&M Home within a short four-month period. The in-store and online customer service wasn't the greatest or the most organized, but its modern and warm minimalism home collection with a touch of Scandinavian style (they are Swedish after all) kept me wanting to go back for more. It's quickly becoming a routine for me to check their online offerings almost on a weekly basis, and I rarely left empty-handed. 

Here are a few tips on shopping with the H&M Home online. 

1. If you spot something you like, buy it right away. They do go out of stock very quickly online. But if you miss it, don't panic. Just wait for a few weeks and chances they will come back in stock. This whimsical hand vase in the picture below constantly went out of stock within hours, but it does become available again from time to time. 

2. If modern and minimalism is your style, you've come to the right place. H&M Home collection often takes a classic decor staple such as vase with handles or milk jug, and give it a more modern interpretation and spin. 

I was so in love with this stoneware vase with handles that I had to have one each at home and cottage. Less prominent handles and half-dipped finish gives it a more modern life. Picture below: H&M half-dipped stoneware vase with handles at home. The textured stripped rug is also from H&M. 

The same vase at cottage

3. Check the "Sale" section diligently. It often "pleasantly" surprises you. I found the rattan tray (which I used as a wall decoration) and the Moroccan pom-pom pillow at 50% off, which I would've gladly paid full price for. 

The stripped stoneware vase and the square Moroccan pom-pom pillow were also scored at 50% off. 

The bamboo woven basket (on wall shelf) and the basket on floor are also from H&M Home. 

And the black candleholder in the picture below.  

So have you ever shopped at the H&M Home? What was your experience?

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