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The 12 best finds from H&M’s new home collection

For all of its glittery halter tops and high-waisted booty shorts, Toronto shoppers have been deprived of H&M’s best stuff: its superb home collection. The Swedish retailer’s new Eaton Centre flagship reopens February 25, which means budget-conscious homemakers will finally be able to get their hands on the label’s fresh-feeling decor. Our favourite finds—playful plates, brightly patterned pillows and cottage-appropriate throw blankets—are an affordable way to bring some springtime cheer into your home.

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This throw pillow is B-A-N-A-N-A-S. (Bonus: it’s made from organic cotton twill.) $13.  

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Here’s how you can make a room smell like freshly washed sheets—even if they haven’t seen a laundry machine in weeks. $18.  

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Spring means swapping out that woollen throw for something a bit lighter. $35.  

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It’s probably meant for children, but this cat-shaped pillow is pawsitively adorable. $13.  

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Rose-hued cups are the perfect addition to any grown-up tea party (just add macarons). $13.  

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Thanks to this tea towel, doing the dishes just got a whole lot more Instagrammable. $6.  

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Serving plates that camouflage salads are the way of the future. $20.  

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Spiky cacti look right at home in these rustic planters. $15 (cactus not included).  

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Once the slush disappears, this desert-inspired carpet can sub in for your salt-stained winter mat. $13.  

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White shouldn’t get all the sheets. $60.  

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Decorative elephants are the new decorative owls. $20.  

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Everything tastes better when it’s served on a shiny, pineapple-shaped plate. $8.

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