Give Your Home a Spring Update With These Chic New Zara Home Pieces

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We love Zara for their clothing, sure…but have you seen their homeware?!

It’s spring, and I’m one of those home freaks that renews and refreshes my interiors every time seasons change. The first place I head to is Zara Home, as they’re winning the high-street interiors game for me right now.

Since fashion brands like H&M, Marks and Spencer, and Zara started dabbling in interiors, I have never been so excited to shop for furniture, tableware, glassware and anything else that can add a little something to my home.

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Zara Home

Honestly, whenever I step into their physical stores, I head straight to their home sections—I guess this means I’m an adult now!

Forget your dream of owning the expensive Hermes circus set of bowls and plates, Zara Home’s stylish plates are just as good.

Zara has also just collaborated with Milanese interiors label Cabana to create a range of tablecloths, glassware and ceramics. The eclectic collection includes embroidered tablecloths, artichoke salt and pepper shakers, woven placemats and much more, bringing a touch of Mediterranean style to your home.

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What is Zara Home known for?

Zara Home is widely celebrated for its affordable and effortlessly chic home decor and furniture pieces. 

With a focus on luxurious aesthetics, Zara Home offers an impressive range of products, including bedding, fragrances, tableware, rugs, lamps, duvet covers, towels, and home accessories.

Their commitment to providing high-quality items at an accessible price point makes them one of the top high street brands for homeware.

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Is Zara Home a luxury brand?

Zara Home may not be considered a traditional luxury brand, but it is a retailer that strives to offer high-quality home furnishings with a luxurious appearance at affordable prices.

Its approach makes it possible for people to achieve stylish and upscale home decor without breaking the bank.

We’ve curated a collection of Zara Home’s most eye-catching pieces.

From classy borosilicate glass kitchenware to adorable plate designs and colorful lamps, each item has been chosen for its effortless style.

Best Zara Home Buys

Watermelon Serving Dish from Zara Home

Watermelon Serving Dish, £45.99 – buy now

Dyed Thread Napkins Pack of 4 from Zara Home

Dyed Thread Napkins Pack of 4, £23.99 – buy now

Borosilicate Glass Jug With Line Design from Zara Home

Borosilicate Glass Jug With Line Design, £45.99 – buy now

Borosilicate Wine Glass from Zara Home

Borosilicate Wine Glass, £15.99 – buy now

Woven Hen Basket from Zara Home

Woven Hen Basket, £39.99 – buy now

Ceramic Floral Dessert Plate from Zara Home

Ceramic Floral Dessert Plate, £12.99 – buy now

Ceramic Dinner Plate from Zara Home

Ceramic Dinner Plate, £15.99 – buy now

Rough Earthenware Vase from Zara Home

Rough Earthenware Vase, £12.99 – buy now

Wicker Ceiling Lamp from Zara Home

Wicker Ceiling Lamp, £189.99 – buy now

Woven Metal Armchair, £199.99 – buy now

Striped Terry Towel from Zara Home

Striped Terry Towel, £12.99 – £39.99 – buy now

Woven Magazine Rack from Zara Home

Woven Magazine Rack, £69.99 – buy now

Striped Wool Rug from Zara Home

Striped Wool Rug, £99.99 – buy now

Spiral Candlestick Shaped Candle from Zara Home

Spiral Candlestick Shaped Candle, £19.99 – buy now

Terracotta Serving Dish from Zara Home

Terracotta Serving Dish, £49.99 – buy now