The Minimalist and Maximalist Way to Shop H&M’s Flash Sale

H&M is currently running a flash sale with an extra 25 percent off all existing sale items, including home. If you’re not already initiated, H&M is one of our favorite spots for affordable decor items. (And we’re not the only ones.) And, through Saturday, August 11, you can get it for even less. To get the additional 25 percent off, simply enter the code “3157” at checkout.

Unsure of where to start? Here are two ways to shop it: Minimalist finds that will go with just about anything, and bold, print-forward buys that can be new statement pieces for your space—or to be added to your already maximalist style.


Round Chopping Board, $24 $7.50 with code
Use this as a cutting board in the kitchen or as a tray (even for non-food purposes, like on a vanity or coffee table.)

Cotton Cushion Cover, $6 $1.50 with code
Yes, that’s not a typo. These couch covers are 100 percent cotton and less than $2.

Cotton Chambray Duvet Set, $60 $26 with code
Another great deal on 100 percent cotton, this gives you a neutral look without having to go with an all-white design.

Stoneware Jug, $25 $5.25 with code
Who said minimalism means no patterns? This splatter-painted stoneware looks natural enough to go with just about anything without being boring. Use it for mixed drinks or as a vase for your favorite flowers.


Printed Porcelain Plate, $6 $2.25 with code
Is there ever such a thing as too much animal print? This bold plate is just under six inches in diameter and would be great for cocktails or even as a catchall.

Metal Vase, $35 $13.50 with code
If you’re throwing patterns on patterns, a black piece or two can help anchor a room. But making it the shape of a horse keeps it just the right amount of extra.

Metal Candlestick, $25 $11.25 with code
And what’s a luxe aesthetic without some gilding? This gold-colored candlestick brings warmth both with color and flame.

Round Tray, $18 $7 with code
And for the opposite of the all-wood cutting board, this has it all: plants, animals, and even a splash of millennial pink.

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