If you only visit the brick and mortar stores, you've probably been missing H&M's sleeper hit. The clothing chain's home line, which became available to U.S. shoppers in 2013, is good — like magazine looks at IKEA prices good. The brand buoyed its collection with tons of new kitchenware pieces this fall, and there's something for everyone: traditionalists, , and wannabes.
This is the kind of table topper hostess dreams are made of. You'll want to pull it out a lot this season — for your Halloween party, Friendsgiving, and any other excuse you can find.
Graphic cups have a way of veering tacky (Does this mug make me look engaged?!) or overdone (But first, coffee!). These are neither — if you know it, you've got to own it.
Just like with its regular clothing line, H&M; also strives to make the materials used for its home stuff eco-friendly. This apron, accented with faux leather ties, carries the CONSCIOUS label, and at $25, it's cost-conscious, too.
These mugs have no handles which means you can use them for coffee, but no one will blink an eye if you want to pot basil in one or tiny store kitchen utensils in another.
If a line launches without any millennial pink, does it even have a chance of becoming popular? H&M; checked that box off with this insanely chic textured bowl that'll look great holding whatever the kids are eating these days.
Feline paraphernalia isn't all kitsch, and this plate is proof. Go ahead and embrace your inner cat lady with a set.
These bubble glasses could pass for a vintage flea market score. They're the kind of moody color that's perfect for autumn, and we've got more than a few for what you can mix up in the matching .
You might want to just use this plate for display, but it's totally safe to eat off of and stick in the dishwasher.
If you told us this was a $300 one-of-a-kind, we'd believe you. But in reality, it's a $25 steal, and you're not going to find anything chicer — or cheaper — to hold water for the table.
This is the kind of prop your kitchen doesn't need, but when has that ever stopped you? With a set of oversized mason jars stuffed inside, it's a Pinterest vignette come to life.