Do you shop at H&M? I didn’t until about a year or so ago. There was never a store close enough to us. I had no idea really what to expect from this brand. I had heard really good things but not until I started shopping at the one near my parent’s house and ordering regularly online did I really discover how truly great it is. The styles really mimic all those of the high-end brands. The quality is soo great and the fit is actually pretty good. It has definitely surpassed my love for Zara lately. Unlike Zara, H&M has a wonderful return policy and the sizing is so much better. Things do sell out pretty quickly so you have to grab it when you see it but overall, H&M is a really wonderful choice for inexpensive fashion-forward styles. I looked over the current fall line and found some really good pieces…Here are a few of my favs….
When you enter many homes, you will notice that overall, they are pretty similar to one another in terms of contents. While we all have personal belongings, most properties will have similar uses for their rooms (lounges, bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchens) and similar main features (a television, shelving units, wardrobes, etc). But there’s no rule saying that this has to be the case. There’s nothing stopping you from changing up your home and adding in luxury or novelty additions that could make it better fit your needs and preferences, especially now that we are all staying home more. There are all sorts of options open to you, as long as you’re open to them! Here are a few that you might like to try out!
A Hot Tub
Hot tubs are a pure luxury. People tend to associate them with spa days. Not only are they fun, but they have health benefits. They encourage you to unwind and relax. They soothe your muscles. Plus, they’re great for entertaining! Having your friends and family over for a catch up in the hot tub is a great way to spend time with your nearest and dearest.
A Swimming Pool
Sticking with a water based theme here, why not consider a swimming pool if you have the space. The cheapest option is an outdoor pool, which can be covered over and used throughout the year (though use during warmer months is more likely). Alternatively, if you can afford to spend a bit more, you could have an indoor pool, which is slightly easier to maintain and probably will genuinely get year round use. A pool doesn’t have to be olympic sized. Instead, something that you can swim a few widths in should be sufficient. Not only is this a great home addition for health and wellbeing, as it gives you a fun and simple means of exercising without leaving your property, but it can be great for entertainment too! Who doesn’t love a pool party? Just make sure to invest in quality water pumps and ensure your pool is cleaned due to schedule.
A Cinema Room
If you have a spare room, it doesn’t necessarily have to be a guest room or an office. Instead, why not transform yours into a cinema room? This is relatively cost effective, but so few people do it! All you need is a projector, a screen and some comfortable seating. If you want to go all out, you could invest in a surround sound system. Invite your friends and family over, get the popcorn out and you’re bound to have a great time watching your favourite shows and films!
Of course, there are countless other luxury investments you can make to improve upon your home. But those listed above hold some real value! Not only can they help your home to better suit you and your wants and needs, but they could all serve to improve your social life too! So, why not give them a go? A little planning can go a long way!