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H&M introduces baby home collection

The new range features playmats, cloths, blankets and hooded towels and will be available in H&M stores and online from 6 May.

Following its recent babywear launch, H&M has announced it will be adding a range of home and gifts to its baby offering this week. The collection includes various options to get new parents started out including blankets, playmats, storage solutions, plush animals and hooded towels made of 100% organic cotton.

The range of baby bedding is made from soft organic cotton and the duvet and pillow are filled with recycled polyester filling. The range is designed with neutral colours or subtle patterns.

Bear shaped playmats are ideal for floor play protection and developing senses, while the soft hooded towels feature animal eyes and ears and are ideal as gifts. Toys and blankets can be stored away in the smart storage solutions.

The new collection ranges from €5.99 to €29.99.

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