World Market Just Launched a Spring Collection, and It’s All About Zen
Your calmest home ever.
Published Jan 24, 2019 1:55 PM
Aside from being a low-key great destination for all our furniture needs, World Market is generally known for its incredible assortment of intricately made, artisan-sourced pieces that look like they’re one-of-a-kind. The brand’s latest collection is no exception. Inspired by the idea that your home should be a calming, relaxing space, the newly launched Sanctuary Collection is all about zen.
Through muted colors and natural materials, the line is certainly soothing. Choose from an array of decorative pieces as well as loungewear to fully transform your space into an oasis—or at least, transform parts of your space. A few new rattan pieces and a woven rug do not a total renovation make. Though, for any trend-hunters, the cane bench will be of special interest: Think of it as an inexpensive way to get in on the pervasive woven chair trend we’re seeing everywhere.
Shop our edit of World Market’s latest launch below.
Carefully hand-stitched by Indian artisans, the unique floral motif is what makes this rug stand out.
If you’re a fan of the upholstered headboard, World Market’s version is affordable and classically chic.
The easy storage solution your bathroom needs. Sleek teak wood elevates this simple piece and makes it look a lot more expensive than it actually is.
If you’re over the usual ways to display candles, turn your attention to this bamboo-woven hurricane candle holder. Come patio season, it’ll make the perfect addition to your outdoor ambiance.
Whether placed in your entryway or in your bedroom, with the addition of a few throw pillows, this could be the ideal minimalist seating option.
The collection is meant to emulate a sanctuary after all.
Try your hand at dried floral arranging—the simple glass-and-rope vase calls for a unique bouquet.
Feeling inspired by 2019’s trendiest plants? Give your new greenery a stylish home in a cement planter.
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