H&M Home Spring collection - the 5 pieces we're snapping up before they're gone
We predict a sell out...
H&M Home have just unveiled their Spring Summer 2020 homewares collection, and the pieces wouldn't look out of place in a high-end designer shop.
Featuring lots of laid-back luxe looks, the new collection features sculptural lamps and statement chandeliers, modern cabinets, velvet furniture, characterful dining tables and even a sleek little drinks trolley.
After introducing a natural-inspired homewares collection last year, H&M has followed up with a gorgeous Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring lots more natural materials.
There's also more than a little of this season's must-have material; cane. Following on from last season's sell out pieces, H&M Home have introduced more stylish cane furniture pieces to their collection, with cane covered seating, cane storage bags and boxes, and even cane-covered bench seating.
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Other stand-out materials include modernistic powder-coated steel, warm rattan and elegant velvets.
Even home accessories have had a stylish makeover, with artistic, sculpture-like vases and design objects. The relaxed forms, neutral tones and natural materials all help create a laid-back luxe vibe.
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H&M Home's latest collection follows a neutral, natural and rustic theme, but is punctuated with more angular, modern lighting.
As for Livingetc's favourites? Leather-look chairs with clean, minimal lines, 3D rugs with touch-me texture, and stylish foldable chairs that offer additional seating – and these are just a few.
1. Leather chairs
Minimalistic lines, and super-thin, leather seats make for very stylish living room furniture.
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The new collection of rugs feature super soft textiles with raised 3D patterns which jump out to create tempting, touch-me texture.
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3. stylish storage
Tuck clutter away behind sliding slatted doors. H&M Home's stylish side tables would work in the sitting room or as bedside tables.
The design comes as a larger sideboard piece too.
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4. Additional seating
The new folding chairs are perfect for whipping out for unexpected dinner party guests, or for impromptu al fresco entertaining this summer.
H&M Home's popular Safari deluxe series in wood and trendy cane is expanded with dining tables and folding chairs and now also comes in a black version.
Rustic, sustainable and more than a little exotic, there's no denying that cane is having a moment.
The same style also comes in lounge seating.
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5. Outdoor furniture
And last but not least, we're already daydreaming of warm, summer evenings out on the terrace, with these plump and inviting outdoor chairs made from FSC-certified meranti wood.
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The collection is already being slowly released online, and is available in-store in the dedicated H&M Home stores on Regent Street, in Westfield, London and in Bullring, Birmingham.
Lotte is the Digital Editor for Livingetc, and has been with the website since its launch. She has a background in online journalism and writing for SEO, with previous editor roles at Good Living, Good Housekeeping, Country & Townhouse, and BBC Good Food among others, as well as her own successful interiors blog. When she's not busy writing or tracking analytics, she's doing up houses, two of which have features in interior design magazines. She's just finished doing up her house in Wimbledon, and is eyeing up Bath for her next project.
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