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We know (and love) Zara Home for its consistently beautiful editorials and collections of on-trend decor that looks a lot more expensive than it actually is—seriously, we still can’t get over the retailer’s affordable summer line. When it comes to furniture, however, Zara’s prowess is far less renowned. This is with good reason, as there aren’t always a lot of options available but, the ones that are? So good.

And in even better news, many of those furniture pieces—and yes, a few decorative finds as well—are perfect for a small space. Whether you live in a tiny home, an RV, or a miniscule sublet apartment, you’re guaranteed to find style-focused finds that are equally practical at Zara Home. Read on for some of our favorites.

Wooden Towel Rack, $69.90

Towel racks are generally bulky items that either look cheap or take up too much space. Not this one—the sleek, wooden design folds flat for easy storage, but won’t look like an eyesore when you need to have it out.


High Round Tray Side Table, $119

We’d love this bright blue piece as a pop of color even if it wasn’t a genius space-saver. Thankfully, it is; keep clutter at bay by storing those necessary-but-ugly items (looking at you, electronic cables) and keep your living area feeling light by housing those heavy winter throws in the bin during the warmer months.


Wooden Mirror with Irregular Frame, $99

Mirrors instantly open up a tiny space, reflecting light and making it feel bigger than it actually is. We’re pretty sure this isn’t news to any small-space decorator, but what makes these particular mirrors so cool is their shape. Slightly funky in its irregularity yet also timelessly chic thanks to a simple wooden frame, each one is both a modern statement and a classic accessory that’ll dress up your room in no time.


Small Table with Drawers, $119

Especially perfect for a small bedroom, this simple wooden table comes with wicker baskets that work well as a closet alternative. Use to hold smaller clothing items that can be folded, and be sure to take advantage of the extra surface space to hold even more. Maybe an organizational tray is in order for your perfumes or jewelry?


Wooden Nest of Tables with Iron Legs, $199

If you’re sensing a pattern here, it’s that Zara Home is apparently a really good place to find some chic side tables. This one works well for small spaces due to the fact that you actually get two tables for the size of one. The little one fits snugly under the larger table when you don’t need it, and when you do—for entertaining purposes or extra workspace, maybe—you’ll definitely appreciate the extra surface.


Golden Mirrored Towel Rail, $199

A tiny bathroom essential, this sleek piece will add a touch of luxury to your space without taking up a ton of it. Keep towels and bathrobes folded here to free up closet and drawer space. There’s even a mirror to add depth to the room.


Stool with Drawers, $199

Yes, this is technically a kids’ room piece. Yes, we’re still obsessed with it. We envision using this minimalist item in the entryway, to add shoe and umbrella storage as well as a place to get ready in the morning.


White Plaited Basket, $9.90-$35.90

One is great, but three are better. Pick up these stylish organizational pieces to tidy up virtually every corner of your home—and when you need to save space, don’t worry. They nest neatly into each other to take up minimal space.

Metal Side Table with Magazine Rack, $139

Avid readers in particular are sure to appreciate this smart storage piece, which has a dedicated compartment for all magazines, books, and newspapers. No space for a formal bar cart? Utilize the top of this table, which has just enough room for all your entertaining favorites.

See more small space shopping guides:

The One Store You’re Not Shopping for Small Spaces What to Buy at Target if You Live in a Tiny Apartment These CB2 Products Are Perfect for City Apartments

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