H&M Home Lookbook: Spring/Summer 2012

5 December 2011 0


Today it was snowing for the first time in Munich. And I was happy like a little kid. Christmas is approaching, the whole city is in festive mood with fairy lights all around. However, today I’d like to offer a little sneak peek into the coming spring/summer season. To be precise: I’d like to show you the spring/summer 2012 lookbook of H&M Home

Ever since H&M launched their home collection I was a regular and recurring customer. If you ever happen to come to Munich, feel free to drop by for a cup of tea or coffee and you will see cushions, tea towels, bath mats, bath towels, bed linens, place mats from H&M Home. Now I am very excited and looking forward to their spring/summer 2012 collection. The lookbook is very promising: The collection encompasses colourful florals and fruit prints, graphic patterns, and mud coloured linens. As usual, H&M Home pays attention to details with frills, flounces, embroidery on cushions and bed covers. Have a look and judge for yourself!

Photography via Glamour

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  • Reply vosges paris 5 December 2011 at 23:20

    There are always some things for everyone.. me myself I just bought some linen from there for the bed and a table runner 😉

  • Reply Igor Josifovic 5 December 2011 at 23:25

    That’s true, Desiree. Here, I love the blue and mud coloured linens. Guess I will get myself some of these goodies once they’re hitting the stores.

  • Reply Will @ Bright.Bazaar 5 December 2011 at 23:38

    Love how they’ve displayed the product in the apple crates. They have those little storage baskets in the UK Christmas collection and I have a few along the top shelf of the kitchen cupboards for hiding all kinds of things (read: all the tea towels I’m addicted to buying from H&M Home!) tee hee!

  • Reply Gerard 6 December 2011 at 00:07

    Hi Igor. Certainly hadn’t expected to see Spring/Summer things just yet 🙂

    OK… please do not hate me, but I just don’t see the attraction of H&M Home. Granted the image with the bread and paint lids is a lovely one. I don’t like the ethos that a store such as H&M has around selling many things so cheaply. People are inevitably going to consume more and buy more if they get caught in that cycle.

    I know that one of my key philosophy tenets as an interior designer is that good design should be long-lasting. And for me H&M Home just doesn’t meet that fundamental consideration of good design. I did visit the H&M Home Store on London’s Oxford Street just to see what it was all about. Being honest, I could not see any real aesthetic and many things looked/felt poor quality.

    OK so now I’ve talked myself out of any invite to your home should I visit Munich… I’ll bid you good night 🙂

  • Reply VMS 6 December 2011 at 08:40

    Nice things – what a bread >->->->:D

  • Reply Rike 6 December 2011 at 08:53

    Hi Igor. Love the colours, love the style. Thanx for sharing.

  • Reply vicky 6 December 2011 at 10:09

    Hey Igor, looks lovely! I like to see the H&M home magazine but then I end up feeling slightly frustrated because all the furniture and some accesoires I see are of course not for sale.. anyway where is the H&M home in Munich, never seen it..

  • Reply Igor Josifovic 6 December 2011 at 10:35

    Hi Vicky. Unfortunately we do not have a stationary H&M Home store in Munich so I order online. In Germany they have a store in Frankfurt I think.

  • Reply Lauren 6 December 2011 at 13:42

    I had no idea that H&M had a home line. I’ll need to take a look at that. And I’ve only ever been in Munich in the spring time (Easter…although it was snowing then too!), and I would just LOVE to see it at Christmas! Must be amazing!

  • Reply oaxacaborn 6 December 2011 at 14:50

    I’m especially loving the Turkish-style striped textiles! It will be interesting to see what is available in the US once H&M Home launches here. I have heard, though, they may only be offering an online shop for their US Home line, and not an actual store.

  • Reply Igor Josifovic 6 December 2011 at 15:20

    Hi Gina. Well even in Germany they only have a few stores with the home line. For example, there is no store in Munich so I only order online.

  • Reply homestilo 6 December 2011 at 15:30

    All of the lines look great. I don’t think we have it in the States (hope we get it soon!)

  • Reply Ludmila @ creamylife 6 December 2011 at 20:26

    Oh my, this is so swoon-worthy! One more reason to adore H&M. xo

  • Reply Jennie Prince 7 December 2011 at 13:27

    There is so much goodness at H&M! Sadly we’re often limited to what we can get our hands on in the states. =( But this is a collection to love!

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