Don’t Just Shop H&M Home for the Room Refresh You’ve Been Craving
Do it for the $10 to charity.
Published Apr 13, 2020 4:20 PM
A little bit of retail therapy never hurt anyone—in fact, it might actually do some good. While you’re shopping at H&M Home, take note of how much you’re spending. The retailer is running a special offer between April 13 and 19 for its loyalty members: Shell out $60 or more, and $10 will be donated to the charity of your choice.
Between a new collection that’s tailor-made to create your coziest space yet (we’re talking linen robes and bergamot-scented candles) and tons of warm-weather decorating essentials, there’s a lot to pick from. We’re drawn to the smaller pieces that make mini makeovers possible; while we might be putting large-scale renovations temporarily on ice, there’s no reason why we can’t splash out on a little refresh. Here’s where we’d start:
For Your Bathroom
Your at-home spa nights deserve an equally tranquil setting. Start with a plush cream-colored rug to balance out cold tiled floors, then think about storage. A sandstone-like soap dispenser means you can do away with ugly plastic bottle packaging, and braided seagrass baskets are the perfect home for your panoply of bath salts and face masks.
For Your Bedroom
Sometimes, all it takes to make a space feel fresh is a bedding upgrade—earthy-colored textiles match with basically any existing color scheme. If part of your to-do list currently includes a closet clean-out, alleviate some of the clutter with a hanging rack. This pink one doubles as sculptural wall art.
For Your Dining Room
Give your virtual dinner party a dressed-up backdrop, beginning with a blue-and-white–striped tablecloth and sunny yellow olive oil dispenser to make you feel like you’re eating at a seaside Mediterranean restaurant. Serve up your tzatziki in a green marble bowl to complete the menu.
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