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India Mahdavi has made a career of being colorful. Perhaps that’s why the Paris-based designer behind London’s Sketch restaurant and Ladurée in Beverly Hills has become an Instagram mainstay, and it’s definitely why H&M Home collaborated with her on a new spectrum-spanning collection. Featuring gradients and out-of-focus graphics in a range of happy hues, the line includes 28 items starting at $18.

A highlight of the drop are Mahdavi’s vivid stoneware selections that make the perfect budget-friendly upgrade for any open-shelving situation that needs a shake-up. In addition, there are a variety of soft goods in the mix that will infuse a dull bedroom or den with dopamine-inducing decor in the form of cushion covers and merino wool rugs. The catch? These feel-good pieces are selling out fast. Here are our picks from what’s still available to snag from the collaboration. 

Edible Flowers

The playful pattern on this earthenware plate will give you more to look forward to (spring! summer!) than dessert. 

BBQ Vibes, Inside

This handwoven wool rug brings classic picnic feels inside with an oversize pattern that might be hazy but is sure to become the focal point of any room. 

Blurred Lines

We’re still not over checked prints, but we’re digging this fresh take with its almost-ombré lines and citrusy shades, resulting in a pillow worthy of any sofa or bed refresh. 

Pitcher Perfect

Use this spray-painted-by-hand beauty for a batch of your favorite margaritas, an alternative flower vase, or simply an energizing addition to a shelf that needs color.