By Elly Leavitt

Published on September 22, 2017

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Fall is officially here, which means it’s time to trade in our brightly-colored melamine plates for something a little more befitting of the season. With H&M Home, you don’t have to spend a ton of money for trendy tableware which, is why their newest kitchen collection is so perfect. The “Food & Friends” line is full of understated yet elegant pieces in neutral hues (with the occasional pattern) that is ideal for fall entertaining. And the best part? Everything is under $35. Here are some of our favorite pieces from the collection.

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For a sleek, modern take on a traditional wooden cutting board (though there are traditional wood options too), we love this black board. It’s obviously functional for meal prep, but can also serve as a minimalist serving tray for your next dinner party.  

Wooden Cutting Board in “Black”, $17.99

 
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This gorgeous blue-and-white patterned pot is a great storage option for smaller food products like nuts or dried fruit. And while it’s technically made for the kitchen, its timeless design makes it perfect for any room in the house—use it in the bathroom to store cotton pads or in your office to keep paper clips organized.

Cylindrical Porcelain Pot, $17.99

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At under $5, there’s no reason not to buy a whole set of these pretty striped napkins. They’re made from 100% organic cotton fabric, ensuring they’ll last through the season.

Cotton Napkin, $4.99

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Host an adult-approved tea party with this porcelain teapot. It’s a much more stylish option than heating up your mug of water in the microwave—plus, isn’t fall the ideal season for tea-making?

Porcelain Teapot, $24.99

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Available in both simple white and gray options, these glazed stoneware salt and pepper shakers are minimalist pieces you can add to your tablescape without worrying about them sticking out.

Stoneware Salt and Pepper Set, $12.99

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Sporting a simple navy pattern and gold detailing, this cake stand makes a great centerpiece. If you don’t have a cake to display, use it to showcase some seasonal fruit (ICYMI: fruit is the new floral) and create a statement-making decor piece.

Small Porcelain Cake Stand, $12.99

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This sunny tablecloth is an easy way to incorporate the color of the season into your kitchen decor.

Slub-Weave Tablecloth, $24.99

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The ultimate brunch accessory, this pitcher is a much chicer way to serve mimosas and juice than straight out of the carton. You can also use it as a makeshift vase to display all your favorite seasonal blooms.

Stoneware Pitcher, $24.99

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Despite featuring a bold print, these beautiful plates are neutral-toned enough to go with any tabletop decor scheme. Layer with similarly monochromatic dishware for a contemporary feel or use as a neutral base for a more colorful tablescape.

Porcelain Plate, $9.99

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Low on kitchen storage? Using glass jars to hold your dry goods helps you keep everything organized while still enabling you to easily see exactly what you have for quick access while cooking.

Glass Jar with Lid, $6.99 

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Add a natural look to your dining decor with a simple wooden serving bowl. Its low key design ensures that the food is the focal point.

Wooden Serving Dish, $24.99

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Serving soup is about to get a whole lot chicer. This set of ladles comes in a pack of four with multiple sizes, so you have stylish servingware for all occasions.

4-Pack Wooden Ladles, $14.99

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Add this mug to your collection (we all have one) and elevate your morning coffee. The printed design lends a retro feel to the mug.

Porcelain Mug with Motif, $6.99

See more about fall entertaining:

Domino Editors Dish On Their Entertaining Must-Haves
8 Tips to Host the Best Thanksgiving Ever—Outside
This Is How You Set the Table Like an Italian