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We’ve heard it countless times from designers: decorating a room isn’t all that different from putting together an outfit, and a sculptural vase or a statement chandelier is essentially jewelry for your house. So when we found out that H&M Home’s latest collaboration is with accessories brand Uncommon Matters, it just made sense

Helmed by artist Amélie Riech, the Berlin-based brand is known for its chunky silhouettes and splashy colors, which have been spotted on celebs such as Katy Perry, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Kylie Jenner, to name a few. Now, thanks to this 21-piece collection, you can have an A-list-approved space: the assortment of vases, candles, taper holders, trinket boxes, and more, feature the big, loopy shapes that have enamored fashion-forward stars. If this is anything like H&M Home’s past Guest Designer series, we expect these goods will sell out fast, so we rounded up some of the most covetable pieces for you to snag before they’re gone.

High Fashion

Two stackable compartments and a removable lid let you choose whether you want to keep your things on display or hidden away. And when you are trying to decide between your gold necklace and the silver one, take a quick peek in the mirror (it’s on the flip side of the top!).  

Ring Bearer

You may be tempted to skip the flowers altogether because this sculptural vase serves looks—plural. The removable metal accent offers multiple ways to style it on a coffee table or bookshelf. 

Doubled Up

Whether you’re team yellow or white gold, a pair of tapers will look twice as nice in a curvy candlestick in either finish. 

Dressed To a T 

Hoops aren’t just for your ears. The interlocking bands of shiny metal turn this accessory tree into jewelry for your jewelry. 

Slow Burn

Aside from the eye-catching colored glass vessel and easy-to-grab rings of stainless steel, this candle’s rich mahogany scent alone will elevate the atmosphere of your space. But that’s not even the best part—after 40 hours of burning time, you’ll have another chic container ready for extra bits and bobs.