H&M Home sale – these best-selling home buys are on sale - only while stocks last

H&M is giving you some incredible savings on its homeware items. Shop now before it is all gone...

Our favourite times of the year has arrived – the H&M Home sale (opens in new tab) is here – and we know what the bestsellers are this year, and you are in for a real treat!

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This H&M sale is a fantastic option for stylish homeware bargains – and now furniture too – since the brand started offering its own collection last year.


Bedroom with cream walls and beige and rust bedding

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Need some sales shopping inspiration? These are our the best-selling buys from this H&M sale. We covered everything from furniture and homeware to bedding and rugs. We will keep updating these deals as they roll in...on your marks, get set, shop...

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Storage basket with a lid

No one wants their home to be cluttered and whether it’s children's toys or general day-to-day items such as magazines and newspapers, most of us have places to store these away. If you’re looking for something that’s not just functional, take a tip from H&M with these delightful woven baskets. Neutral colours, interesting shapes and different materials will stand out and give the space personality as well as hiding away clutter.

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Storage basket with a lid: now £17.99 (opens in new tab)

Make tidying fun for children with these cute yet cool seagrass storage baskets. So charming – you may even want to keep one for yourself. 

Cushion cover with tassels

Embrace hippy-chic with the latest trend for all things tassels. The global trend is still hotter than the Moroccan sun and with our own British summer being so temperamental (and it being winter), what better way to embrace the vibrancy of faraway lands than by stitching your own ethnic-inspired cushion?

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Cushion cover with tassels, now £19.99 (opens in new tab)

Available in three chic colour ways – you are guaranteed to find the perfect one to suit your home decor needs.

Washed linen duvet cover set

After years of crisp white hotel-style bedding, there’s a new craze in town, with washed linen bedding making a big comeback this year – all in soft, dusky hues, of course.

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Washed linen duvet cover set, now £79.99 (opens in new tab)

Dive into this washed linen duvet set from H&M Home – it is a thing of pure delight. This product is a bestseller and it is easy to see why people love it so much

Ceramic sculpture 

The figurative trend made a resurgence into the interiors market about 6-years ago when artists such as Luke Edward Hall renewed interest with his loose line drawings and sketches of the human figure, attracting a younger audience. Faces became a predominant trend that was translated across interiors – a playful, timeless concept that (unlike many patterns and colours) will never go out of fashion.

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Ceramic sculpture: now £19.99 (opens in new tab)

This popular ceramic sculpture has over 100 5-star reviews. What is interesting about this design trend though is the sheer range of styles and techniques that different artists use to express these facial features and achieve such different products.

Round jute rug

With a trend that almost needs no introduction, woven and jute buys are taking the interior design world by storm – and for good reason. With more and more of us trying to source earth-friendly, sustainable materials, it comes as no surprise that jute – a natural fibre – it proving popular.

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Round jute rug, now £ (opens in new tab)39.99 (opens in new tab)

This is a trend worth jumping on the bandwagon for, especially for the eco-conscious among us. Help to save the planet and look stylish at the same time. It sounds like a win-win for us!

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Stay tuned as we bring you the best deals on the market right now, from Le Creuset to Dyson!

Jennifer Ebert