Written by Hugh Metcalf

How to get your hands on H&M’s new sell-out furniture collection

H&M Home has launched another collection of modern and stylish furniture. Here’s what you need to know if you’re having a hard time tracking them down. 

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Image: H&M Home 

Since launching its home offering, H&M has become many an interiors enthusiast’s favourite place to pick up reasonably-priced, modern designs – something that only heightened when the brand launched pieces of larger furniture last year, both online and in its concept home stores.

H&M Home has just unveiled new designs across its furniture and lighting departments, and there’s some seriously lust-worthy pieces this time around, including upholstered seating for the first time. However, while you may see these designs splashed across your favourite interiors websites, Instagram accounts and magazines, finding them online can be a different story. 

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Image: Jalousie door bedside table, H&M Home 

In truth, some H&M furniture designs go viral and sell out in a day. The Jalousie door bedside table, pictured, for example, sold out within 24 hours of going online, and has subsequently been removed from the website. But it seems that with H&M home, certain designs are re-stocked at irregular intervals – so once it’s gone, it’s not necessarily gone forever. 

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Image: Upholstered furniture and coffee table, H&M Home

With H&M’s customer services not always able to advise if and when certain products will be back in stock, what’s the best way to help bag one of these beautiful pieces? Stay eagle-eyed. With new products being added regularly to the website, if you ensure you give it a visit every now and again, one time you’re sure to spot a raft of new arrivals before anyone else, and finally claim your H&M Home favourite. 

 

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