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Update Your Decor for Under $20 With These H&M Home Products

Everything we’re craving from their mid-season sale.

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Justifying a shopping spree can be hard, but when you find trendy decor pieces for up to 80 percent off, it’s practically inexcusable to ignore the deals. Enter H&M Home’s mid-season sale, which offers everyday essentials—along with bold accent pieces—all significantly marked down.

In the market to update your home’s look? Here are products under $20 to add to your cart before they’re sold out.


Round Jute Placemat, $5.99

If you’re not feeling a tablecloth (or the ensuing stress of attempting to clean up any spills on said tablecloth), try placemats instead. The jute material brings a natural feel to your tablescape, while the deep blue-gray color is perfect for the season.


Pot, $7.99

Looking for a more colorful alternative to traditional terracotta planters? Go the untraditional route with this fun stoneware plant pot, in a pretty pale blue color.


Round Metal Mirror, $17.99

If you’re not necessarily into artwork, but still want to find a way to dress up that blank wall that’s been in need of some decor help, mirrors are the way to go. This round one adds a brassy finish to any room.


Slub-Weave Cushion Cover, $2.99

Cushion covers are the easiest way to swap out decor seasonally, and at just $2.99, why not buy one (or five) to test out a new color palette?


Texture-Patterned Plate, $6.99

Give your dinnerware a refresh with a new pattern and muted color. These glazed stoneware plates are great for both casual dining and more elegant get-togethers.


Faux Stone Soap Dispenser, $7.99

This sleek and minimalist dispenser quietly elevates your bathroom decor by adding a touch of modernity.


Large Metal Wire Basket, $14.99

Chic and functional, a sturdy basket is something that everyone should have in one’s home as a secret organizational weapon.


Regular Wooden Tray, $9.99

This rustic-looking tray makes the perfect accessory for any bare coffee table or entryway console—not to mention, it’s a convenient way to store everything from keys to candles, as well as keep everything in one set place.


Textured-Weave Tea Towel, $2.99

Bring in the trendy color du jour—spoiler: it’s yellow—via your kitchen linens with a pretty, mustard-hued tea towel.

Low Stoneware Vase, $7.99

Add texture to your space in the unexpected form of a vase. The neutral cream color ensures your seasonal blooms are the center of attention.


Slub Weave Tablecloth, $12.99

Change the look of your kitchen or dining area completely with a fresh tablecloth. This dusky green hue adds a touch of color without overpowering the decor, and can be paired with either similarly natural-toned shades or bolder jewel colors for a tablescape that makes a statement.


Patterned Cushion Cover, $2.99

Try a subtle print to spice up your living room decor. These patterned cushion covers are a cotton canvas material, so they feel a lot more expensive than they actually are. Plus, they come in three different colorways—although we’re partial to the camel tone for a seasonally-appropriate touch.


Two-Pack Guest Towels, $5.99

Update your bathroom decor with these jacquard-weave towels. The simple gray hue and pattern lend a timelessly chic feel.


Candle In Ceramic Holder, $6.99

If you’re tossing out your empty candle holders, you’re missing a key opportunity to DIY (and save some $$ in the process). Turn the used vessels into anything from glasses to storage pieces for small essentials, like cotton balls or bobby pins. This pretty ceramic holder is practically a decor piece in and of itself.

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Elly Leavitt

Writer and Editor

Elly enjoys covering anything from travel to funky design (tubular furniture, anyone?) to the latest cultural trend. Her dream apartment would exist on the Upper West Side and include a plethora of mismatched antique chairs, ceramic vessels, and floor-to-ceiling bookcases—essential to her goal of becoming a poor man’s Nora Ephron. You can probably find her in line at Trader Joe’s. You will never find her at SoulCycle.