The 17 Most Expensive-Looking Items From Zara Home Right Now

Elinor Block

Not content on taking all our money when it comes to our wardrobes, Zara also very successfully knows how to get us spending when it comes to our homes (uh-oh). You see, Zara Home is exactly what you want from an interiors brand: affordable pieces that look luxurious, basics that are genuinely useful and more expensive items that have lasting power. They’re the kind of furnishings your guests will always compliment you on.

Another big selling point is that it’s loved by plenty of stylish fashion people on Instagram. No, your home isn’t just for the ’gram, but as William Morris said, “Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” We’re sticking to that advice.

Anne-Laure Mais’s rug is from Zara Home.

Bed linen from Zara Home.

Bed linen from Zara Home.

There’s only one small hitch. Much like when we peruse Zara’s clothes online, we have to stop ourselves from buying everything on the brand’s homewares site. To save you (and ourselves) from financial ruin, we’re here to help. Handily, the site is organised into different rooms, and we’ve gone through every single one to pick out the chicest items for your house. Whether you’re looking for larger pieces of furniture (headboards and benches), pretty soft furnishings (pillows and rugs) or even some great house-warming gifts, there’s plenty to shop for at Zara Home.

From lie-in–worthy linen bedsheets to chic dressing gowns, as well as cool kitchen wear, we’ve selected 20 buys that are worth your attention.

Shop the Zara Home Edit

Zara Home Embroidered Dressing Gown (£60)

Zara Home Topstitched Duvet Cover (£40)

Zara Home Vintage Glass Jar (£10)

Zara Home Stonewear Bowls (£6)

Zara Home Berghoff Cast Iron Pot (£80)

Zara Home Striped Cotton Blanket (£30)

Zara Home Teak and Rattan Chair (£150)

Zara Home Table Lamp With Wooden Base (£90)

Zara Home Coffee Table (£180)

Zara Home Open Stoneware Salt Cellar (£12)

Zara Home Textured Terracotta Bowl (£20)

Zara Home Wood and Glass Lantern (£50)

Zara Home Sateen Night Dress With Wide Straps (£50)

Zara Home Lacquered Metal Clamps (£12)

Zara Home Large Terracotta Mixing Bowl (£20)

Zara Home Decorative Pot (£80)

Zara Home Wooden Frame Mirror (£70)

Next up, the biggest spring/summer 2020 fashion trends you need to know.

This post was published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Elinor Block.

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