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H&M Home’s Summer Collection Is a Maximalist Dream

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The collection’s official press release reads: “With summer on the horizon, H&M Home introduces a vibrant season of sizzling colors that evoke joy.” “The main theme for summer 2023 is hot hues, from hot pinks and oranges to greens and blues.”

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As we wait for the glorious summer to arrive, H&M’s latest collection is here with maximalist designs to get you through. Here are some of the new drop featured items, all under $70.

H&M Home’s checked duvet cover set reminds you of summer picnic blankets in the best possible way. Get the season’s perfect king size duvet for just $64.99, featuring a checkered cotton fabric in vibrant hot pink and orange.

Of course, the arrival of summer doesn’t mean you need to incorporate bright colors into every corner of your home. For decorators with more neutral tendencies, adding a pop of color with these striped candle sets is an easy way to bring a touch of summer heat into a minimalist space.

This bright orange terracotta vase with its squiggly shape takes its cues from H&M Home’s Fall 2022 collection, which embraces the latest blob decoration trends. This online exclusive also comes in white for all your floral display needs.

Summer is the perfect time for a dinner party, indoors or outdoors. Of course, H&M Home puts its own maximalist twist on its refreshing summer tablecloths. This year, the company will offer products in bright, psychedelic patterns, including swirls in pink, red, orange, yellow, blue and green.

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