Stocking a kitchen can be a treat if you have unlimited funds. But if you're trying to be thrifty, it's not so easy. What's worse: Living with cheap dishes you kind of hate or accidentally breaking the nice set you splurged on?
If this dilemma sounds familiar, you'll be a fan of H&M's new kitchenware line. It's affordable enough that a few broken plates here and there won't phase you but pretty enough that you might find yourself being extra careful, just in case.
Our favorite vegan chef Chloe Coscarelli hosted a breakfast to celebrate the launch last week—and of course the meal was served entirely on H&M's sparkly new products. Think gray and white porcelain dishes and minimalist wooden serving trays.
What's even better than the super versatile, monochromatic color palette? The price point. Plates and bowls start at $2.99 a pop (!!!), and though larger serving trays and platters skew a bit higher, they're all under $30. We rounded up a few of our favorite items from the collection—check them out below.
This fancy-looking glass bottle is perfect for holding homemade salad dressings (or disguising the store-bought kind). It comes with a seasonally appropriate acorn-topped cork and looks way more expensive than it is. It'll definitely impress guests at your next dinner party and might even make you want to eat salad more often. Win-win.