H&M's New Kitchen Collection Will Give Ikea A Run For Its Money

Carly Ledbetter
HuffPost

For years, Ikea has had a stronghold on the world of affordable furniture, kitchenware and home decor. But over the years, more and more retailers have started catching up, producing super cute, affordable finds. 

H&M Home recently developed a tabletop and kitchenware series that features neutral shades of cream, gray and natural wood. It’s perfect for anyone who likes simplicity and sticking to a budget. 

This is H&M?! 
This is H&M?! 

“We want to make kitchenware a bigger part of H&M Home, both with products for the dinner table, but also selected kitchen utensils,” Evelina Kravaev Söderberg, head of design for H&M Home,said in a statement. “We start off by introducing a dinnerware set in three different classical colors.” 

Take a look at the collection below: 

Wooden mortar and pestle

Buy this <span>wooden mortar and pestle here</span> for&amp;nbsp;$24.99
Buy this wooden mortar and pestle here for&nbsp;$24.99

Stoneware pitcher

Buy the <span>stoneware pitcher here</span> for $24.99&amp;nbsp;
Buy the stoneware pitcher here for $24.99&nbsp;

Oil bottle

Buy this <span>oil bottle here </span>for $9.99
Buy this oil bottle here for $9.99

Metal pitcher

Buy <span>the metal pitcher here</span> for $12.99&amp;nbsp;
Buy the metal pitcher here for $12.99&nbsp;

Cotton twill apron

Buy this <span>cotton twill apron here</span>&amp;nbsp;for $24.99
Buy this cotton twill apron here&nbsp;for $24.99

'Kitchen Supply' metal tray

Buy this <span>'Kitchen Supply' metal tray</span>&amp;nbsp;for $17.99
Buy this 'Kitchen Supply' metal tray&nbsp;for $17.99

Porcelain mug

Buy the <span>porcelain mug here</span>&amp;nbsp;for $2.99&amp;nbsp;
Buy the porcelain mug here&nbsp;for $2.99&nbsp;

Porcelain plate

Buy this <span>porcelain plate here</span>&amp;nbsp;for&amp;nbsp;$3.99
Buy this porcelain plate here&nbsp;for&nbsp;$3.99

To check out the full collection,head here. 

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This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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