Another H&M Home preview!

January 13, 2011

I can barely keep up with the designers at H&M Home – they seem to release a new collection of home accessories every few weeks! Lots of temptation in their latest offering…

I love this butterfly cushion – I think it’s been made using the Cavallini butterfly stamp set!

Other highlights include…a black cutlery silhouette tea towel (I’ve added it to the never-ending ‘turn-it-into-a-cushion’ list…), and some American-style seafood diner pieces including runners, place mats and seat cushions that are perfect for a spot of al fresco accessorising.

H&M has embraced the current trend for all things crochet/lace with Broderie Anglaise bed linen, frilly doily-effect cushions and delicate designs.

I really like the utilitarian striped tablecloths and runners with their product names and dimensions written across them: RUNNER 45 X 150. Maybe this is what was written on the blank template that the designer started with…so, lazy or genius? You decide!

There are some cheery nautical stripes going on too, and some Mediterranean-style painterly lemon and olive accessories. All very summery! – Ellie

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2 Responses to “Another H&M Home preview!”

  1. Siany Says:

    I wish I liked H&M’s stuff, but it all just looks cheap to me. I’ve tried to get on board with it, but it doesn’t work for me.

  2. margarita Says:

    Hello girls, so nice to met this morning again!! I am so pleased with my signed copy of the book, totally love it!!!!

    I have added the blog to my UK blogroll, another great source of inspiration, thanks for being there
    marga


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