Zara Home’s Newest Launch Is So Much More Than Ceramics and Tableware
Five furniture gems that will complete your space.
Published Feb 18, 2020 3:33 PM
Irreverent vessels, ceramic soap dispensers, flashy cutlery—these are the types of things we usually think to buy at Zara Home. The retailer’s 2020 spring collection doesn’t disappoint in the objet d’art department (of the 377 items that debuted in January, we gravitated right to the delicate trinket dishes), but its latest product drop is so much more than that. The brand is carrying a small selection of luxe-looking furniture, just in time for a seasonal refresh.
The company’s zen new campaign, shot by French director Fabien Baron, shines a spotlight on the chic assortment, which spans lighting, dining chairs, benches, and more. Owning a bunch of precious tchotchkes doesn’t mean anything if you don’t have somewhere to display them all. These staples will complete the picture.
The Folding Chair
Come summer, this teakwood and woven banana-leaf seat will add some serious texture to your outdoor living setup. Until then, position it in one corner of your bedroom, add a floor lamp and throw blanket, and you’ve got yourself a reading nook.
The Tetris Table
No screws or tools are involved in the assembly of this collapsible table. The five slabs slot right into place, so you can get straight to the fun part: styling it with books, trays, and dishes.
The Straightforward Chair
Our favorite seats are ones that can go anywhere: the office, the dining area, the living room. This one, made of solid ash sourced from FSC-certified managed forests, will add a mid-century modern touch to any space.
The Transparent Surface
Your go-to wineglasses will glimmer against this rippling table. For a particularly dazzling effect, nest two sizes and layer tinted tableware on top.
The Grab-and-Go Bench
Featuring handles on both sides, this clever piece can go anywhere you want, whenever you want: Use it as a footstool in a library, a catchall for tomorrow’s outfit at the foot of your bed, or a makeshift coffee table in a tiny living room. Consider your bases covered.