The Most Expensive Looking Decor You Can Find at H&M Home

Sure, we often think of the fast fashion retailer when we want some new items to jazz up our wardrobes. However, we’re longtime fans of their extensive home section too, where the affordable buys look anything but cheap. Peruse our favorite finds below, ranging from decor to glassware to rugs—all at palatable price points—to keep any unwanted guilt at bay.

This substantially-sized (it clocks in at 13 inches) starburst mirror will look right at home in your foyer, living room, or as part of a larger gallery wall.

The large blooms on this shower curtain look so realistic displayed against the black background. The pattern even mimics the current bold floral wallpaper trend, so this is a great way to try the trend without committing to papering your walls.

These clock in at less than $7 each, so you can afford to give your piecemeal glassware collection a makeover. The delicate gold rim adds an element of sophistication.

Looking for a storage solution that’s also stylish? This cotton and wool blend basket features topstitching and pom-pom details for a chic way to hide clutter.

This octagonal metal dish is shallow enough to function like a tray. It would make a gorgeous vessel for a miniature crudité platter.

You might be afraid to actually use this tea towel since it so closely resembles a work of fine art. But at this price, you can afford to buy more than one!

Get your Scandi on with this jacquard weave rug in black, beige, and cream. It’s fabricated in a wool and cotton blend that’s as soft as it is sturdy.

Corral your jewelry (or keys) in style with this pretty porcelain dish. You can even order a his and hers set to gift at an engagement party.

Give your end table or bookshelf a glamorous upgrade with this peacock candlestick. In an etched gold metal, it stands 11 inches high.

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