Published on January 29, 2019

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H&M Home wants you to simplify. It’s somewhat ironic, considering the primary job of a retailer is to get you to buy stuff, but the brand’s newest launch sees H&M embracing a more pared-back aesthetic. With the Marie Kondo craze turning everyone into aspirational minimalists, it’s no surprise that the 56-piece “Season Switch” collection is selling out at lightning speed.

The pre-spring line comes with helpful tips from the retailer on how to fully make the switch from a cozy winter space into something lighter. With an emphasis on natural materials like linen and ceramic and lighter colors like whites and pale blues, the collection will help you live lighter in the most literal sense.  

That said, there’s something that feels a bit sacrilegious about buying a whole slew of new decor products in order to simplify your space. Instead, maybe the answer lies in picking one or two new pieces to tie together a room—an organizational catch-all or a fun graphic set of plates to breathe new life into weeknight dinners.

Shop our room-by-room edit of H&M’s newest collection ahead.

For your living room…

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A simple statement for your coffee table—just add the colorful tapered candles of your choosing.

Add a touch of the trending Memphis style to your living room with a couple of these inexpensive cushion covers.

These stoneware pots are minimal enough to allow whatever you put in them—from a new tiny plant to your matchbox collection—to be the star of the show.

For your bathroom…

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A classic zigzag jacquard print feels fresh again in this cool green hue.

Perfect for organizing your go-to beauty products or favorite perfumes, this mirrored tray deserves a spot on your bathroom vanity.

When was the last time you got excited about a bath mat? This design-forward option brings a burst of graphics to your bathroom floor.

For your kitchen…

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Elevate your midmorning tea break with a chic pale blue ceramic teapot.

Pick up a set of these fun plates to spice up your everyday tablescape.

Washed linen may just be the ultimate minimalist material: timeless, stylish, and the epitome of understated elegance. Napkins are an easy way to get in on this perennially trendy fabric.

See other new collections we love:
IKEA’s New Tankvard Collection Embraces Sustainability and Bold Patterns
World Market Just Launched a Spring Collection, and it’s all About Zen
Zara Home’s Spring Collection Has Arrived—Here Are 3 Styling Takeaways

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