Zara Home’s Spring Line Is Refreshingly Devoid of Florals
How soon is too soon to start planning for warmer weather?
Published Oct 22, 2018 6:58 PM
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Zara Home recently launched their Spring 2018 line, and we have some thoughts. Firstly, we’d like to move into whatever gorgeous villa they shot the collection in (seriously, you need to check out the catalogue images). Secondly, it definitely has us excited for warmer weather. The collection is full of nature-inspired botanical prints, soft pastels, tableware sets perfect for dining al fresco… and surprisingly, nary a floral in sight.
Covering bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, and living room decor, the range has something for every room in the house. It was hard to do, but we’ve narrowed down our favorites to 10 items.
This little table looks deceivingly expensive, thanks to luxe finishings like brassy legs and a marble tabletop. Bring in a hint of luxury to your living room or bedroom with this piece, or turn it into a DIY bar cart in the dining room by adding a chic tray topped with your favorite liquors.
Sheer Linen Curtain in Pink, $49.90
Gauzy and light, these curtains look straight out of a beach house. In terms of privacy, they might not be the most practical, but if you’re looking for a decorative finishing touch to bare windows, the pale pink color is subtle and pretty.
Decorative Bottle with Appliqué, $25.90
Whip up a large-batch cocktail recipe for your next get-together and serve it in this modern glass bottle, complete with a leather strap. Or keep it filled with water on your desk as a chic reminder to stay hydrated throughout the day.
This blanket would look particularly striking against a stark white sofa or armchair, but you can also match it against furniture that draws out the colors in the thread for a more vibrant look. Linen is an especially breathable material, making it a great option for when the weather warms up, as it’s not too heavyweight.
Geometric Cotton Jacquard Towel, $14.90-$39.90
Warm up your bathroom with this coral hue. The modern, geometric pattern is a small way to bring style into a room that can be difficult to decorate—although we do have a few ideas about how to get the bathroom of your dreams.
Andreas Tall Metal Basket, $89.90
Give your unread magazines and newspapers a home in this sleek gold basket. The sculptural piece will pair well with a contemporary, minimalist aesthetic.
The whole Zara Home line of celery-toned dinnerware is gorgeous, and an easy way to refresh your entertaining style for 2018. Looks like greenery isn’t dead, after all.
Long Bolster Cushion, $49.90
Pair this bolster cushion with a mashup of different sized throw pillows, blending texture and color for an eclectic mix that’ll instantly spruce up an old sofa.
White Ceramic Vase, $29.90
You’ll need something to display your spring blooms in, right? (Yes, we know it’s January, and yes, we’re being idealistic.) A simple white ceramic vase puts your flowers at the forefront, and doesn’t distract from their colors with loud prints or clashing hues.
Borosilicate Glass Candlestick, $25.90
Easily one of the most unique candlesticks we’ve ever seen, this minimalist glass piece is a decorative accent in its own right—with or without a candle. Have it stand alone, or group it together with other smaller items on a mantle or empty side table.
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