summer home

Years and years ago I'd fly to London just to shop at the High Street stores (i.e., Topshop, Warehouse, etc.), because the offerings were so on the mark (i.e., runway-inspired but affordable) and relatively unidentifiable (i.e., rarely seen in America). But, now, of course, thanks to the internet, I can click and buy from wherever I am. Still, sometimes it helps to see (cheap) things in person before purchasing, particularly home decor, so while I was in London over the weekend, I popped into H&M Home, which has no physical stores in the US. Put simply: I was blown away--it was almost hard to believe at first sight! So much for so little! Even though I can buy the goods online back at home in the States (yay!), I had to buy some (and commit to lugging them back) as they were so amazing. Plus, I feared they'd sell out, which, apparently, is typical since the offerings are so desirable. Here's what I snapped up: these pretty palm-print glasses, these amazing Hermes-spirited plates, this boho-chic tablecloth, this chic marble bowl (perfect for olives or nuts), and these kitschy candlestick holders. Stockpiling at home, to be continued!

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