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There’s Extremely Affordable Kitchenware at H&M Right Now |

There’s Extremely Affordable Kitchenware at H&M Right Now

Where was HM Home when I was shopping for dorm stuff—my youth not yet faded? The hyperspeed fast fashion company’s home division launched a new dinnerware and kitchen series at the end of August in stores and online, and as the kids on the internet say: we’re very here for it.

Our eyes are on the Danish-wannabe wooden plates for $10 a pop, a $24 stoneware pitcher doing its best Heath impression, $4 black porcelain plates you won’t feel bad about dropping on your rental apartment floor, and even a $10 glass oil bottle with an acorn lid that will add just a whiff of hygge to your kitchen. It’s the wooden stuff that looks a lot more expensive than it is—a mortar and pestle for casual spice grinding, plus platters and serving bowls that are perfect for $50 dinner parties. Not all HM store locations have a Home department, a minor inconvience if you actually like to touch and hold things before you buy them—the easiest way to find out if yours does is to use their store locator and filter it for HM Home—but the collection is completely online, too.


A few selected scenes, below:

Left, you have an enamel-looking metal tray ($18) to Instagram breakfast in bed in that perfect morning light before the coffee spills all over the duvet. Although it looks like, in this photo, it might be breakfast bourbon.

Right, a stack of seriously affordable dinnerware—there’s no excuse for plastic stuff, or only have three plates, anymore. Plus some sage, because we live on a beautiful planet and don’t you dare forget it.

These stoneware salt and pepper shakers ($13) will tell the world, “I season things!”

An assortment of wooden things! The plate is $10, mortar and pestle $25, utensil set $13, and cutting board big enough for MULTIPLE cheeses, $30.

Gray stuff! Maybe you’re not ready to commit to handmade, one-of-a-kind ceramics right now, and that’s okay. Maybe you’re just going through a gray phase, we all do. These plates are $4, the bowls and mugs $3, and they’re as gray as a raincloud in the best possible way.

Then once you have the materials, learn how to set a chill dinner table:

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