Psst: H&M Should Be Your Secret Source for Luxe-Looking (Yet Affordable) Bedding
H&M is already your go-to for wardrobe basics (like a tried-and-true ribbed tank) and affordable ways to test out a trend (ahem, Gatsby-meets-Cast-Away fringe mesh dress), but if you’ve been sleeping on the brand’s Home section, consider this article your wake-up alarm. The section sells everything from board game-inspired beach towels to stoneware pitchers you’ll want to show off on your counter, but the true gem is the bedding selection. Here are the top items to check out (before they sell out).
1. Wide Striped Duvet Cover Set
You can’t go wrong with a classic stripe—especially when a twin duvet cover and pillowcase will set you back just $30. (Oh, and it’s available in four color combinations, if sky blue isn’t your thing.)
2. Narrow Striped Duvet Cover Set
Maybe you prefer your stripes a tad more subtle. These skinny, cream-and-beige stripes are meant for you. (And they’re made of 100 percent organic cotton.)
3. Eyelet Duvet Cover Set
If you’re updating your room for summer—or you want to get in on the Cottagecore or Shabby Chic trends without going full-on crochet and rumpled linens—this is the set to get. The eyelet embroidery is sparse enough that the bedding doesn’t look twee, and the ties on the end of each pillowcase are a nice touch to ensure it doesn’t slip off.
4. Ruffle-Trimmed Bedspread
It’s a little bit rustic, a lotta bit romantic. This cotton-lined, polyester-filled bedspread adds just the right amount of cozy to your bed without being too heavy. The powder pink shade is like millennial pink, all grown up.
5. Planet Duvet Cover Set
Of course the store with some of the coolest kids’ clothes also makes bedding adults and kids can appreciate, like this set for aspiring Neil deGrasse Tysons.
7. Washed Linen Pillowcase
Don’t let the 104-thread count fool you; because this pillowcase is made of washed linen, it’ll be a soft, cushy spot to rest your head. (Just make sure to tumble dry it to keep it that way.)
8. Cotton Sateen Duvet Cover Set
A splurge by H&M standards—though still very reasonable, in the world of $200-plus bedding—the company’s cotton sateen collection is silky smooth, with a slight sheen that makes your duvet look way more luxe than its price tag.
9. Linen-Blend Bedskirt
We know, we know: Who uses a bedskirt anymore?! People who want to hide the sweater storage bins and ever-multiplying dust bunnies, that’s who. This three-sided skirt has clean, modern lines, so it’ll make your bed look a little more polished…even if you never have time to actually make it.