I'm a New Homeowner and Think These H&M Home Items Look Super Expensive

Prior to moving into a house (that wasn't my parent's) for the first time, I didn't pay much attention to home décor. That all changed when my husband and I started decorating it from scratch after getting rid of pretty much all of our décor and furniture. Along the way, I discovered a lot of great home décor brands, and I woke up to a few that are well-known secrets, one of them being none other than H&M Home and its vast collection of chic, minimalist items.

Similar to its clothing and accessories, H&M's home décor collection is filled with pieces that look far more expensive than they are. H&M doesn't do furniture but there are pillow, throws, dining accessories, laundry hampers, serving dishes, and much, much more. Whether you too are starting from scratch or just want to spruce up your home a bit, you can't go wrong with H&M and its epic décor selection. Keep scrolling for the ones I'd buy right now, in case you just want to get to the point.

The perfect place to house your new plant friend.

This price point makes it easy to stock up.

Rugs are usually very expensive. This one is not.

A tea cup worthy of displaying on an open shelf.

Black cutlery looks incredibly modern.

Jute makes everything look more expensive.

I wouldn't hesitate to use this as a picnic blanket too.

I have a thing for ribbed glass at the moment.

In perfect keeping with the ongoing '70s trend.

This goes with pretty much any décor style.

My house is filled with matte velvet pillow covers.

An elegant, timeless addition to any dining table.

The subtle gold rim won me over here.

A good one to mix in with your metal frames.

This would look chicest with a simple bloom.

I have a new appreciation for candlesticks.

Muted colors almost always look more expensive than saturated ones.

Complete the set with the matching toothbrush holder.

Let your jewelry be the focal point with this minimalistic stand.

Time to upgrade your shower curtain? I love this bright and airy one.

I'd use this to make my own spa water.

You can never have too many pretty mirrors.

A pretty version of a bathroom essential.

In case you just want to go with the pink mood.