When Target’s boho-style brand Opalhouse dropped last year, our craving for all things tropical—rattan, palm prints, and juicy pinks and oranges—was instantly satisfied. But now that some time has passed and summer is just around the corner, we’re starting to dream about decor that makes every day feel like a beachy staycation. Luckily, H&M Home’s newest collection delivers just that.
Among design lovers, there’s an increasing appetite for a specific style of bohemian decor that infuses plenty of color and brass accents into a base of natural materials. Serena and Lily has done it with its expansive collection of cane furniture, as well as the recent relaunch of Martinique wallpaper (which you may recognize from the Beverly Hills Hotel). Justina Blakeney’s Jungalow, too, makes a compelling argument to pick up a woven basket and embrace the occasional wind chime.
H&M’s interpretation of this style has a decidedly Moroccan-inspired vibe—the collection’s campaign images are seemingly set in a riad. Stenciled designs and a bit of palm print make for easily mixed patterns, while a color palette of pink, orange, and turquoise feels perfectly sunset-inspired. Shop the pieces we’ll be using to give our home a bit of dreamy, bohemian beach flair.
If “nautical” isn’t your go-to beach vibe
Skip seersucker and go straight for color-blocking with this sea-meets-sunset hued towel. Consider this an easy way to get in on the blue and orange trend.
If your gallery wall’s feeling a bit blasé
Test the waters of the shell trend with a cute mirror that’s summery enough to help you think warm thoughts all year long.
If you have too many textiles to handle
Stash those throw blankets in a delightful basket accented with (perfectly refined) pom-poms.
If you like a bit of Old Hollywood glam
Opt for this fresh floral print over a more expected banana-leaf pattern. This pillow is the ultimate final touch on a peacock-style rattan chair.
If you’re busy planning your next fete
Go all-in with muted teal glasses that make even a pour of seltzer look next-level. At $6 a glass, getting a set of colored glassware doesn’t have to break your budget.