Zara’s Mid-Season Sale Includes All Our Winter Essentials at Up to 60% Off

Hygge it up.

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The memo is all over social media: It’s what we’re calling Seasonal Swap Month. Time to retire those linen textiles! To swap sunny yellows for moody tones! To cover every spare surface with no less than one throw blanket! We’re all for this decorating strategy, but it comes with one tiny issue—if you don’t already own all these fall-appropriate pieces, seasonal swapping can get expensive. Luckily, Zara Home is here to help with a massive mid-season sale in which a good chunk of its products are up to 60 percent off. 

There is flannel bedding you’ll want to spend every weekend morning burrowed in, leaving only to fetch a cup of coffee; rugs to solve the problem of ice-cold floors; and a ton of nursery decor so your little ones’ rooms can get a refresh, too. Here’s what’s currently in our shopping cart: 

The Bedding 

Consider this duvet the antidote to chilly wake-up calls. If you fall in love with the cozy material and want to keep it on past February, the good news is that checkered prints will never go out of style. 

The Rug

Wool plus jute equals the ultimate way to warm up your hardwood flooring. 

The Pillow

Elevate a basic sofa with a striped cushion or two in festive forest green.

The Slippers

Don these furry guys to make working from home (read: your couch) feel like a real luxury. 

The Blanket

Drape this throw artfully over the edge of your favorite armchair—or cocoon yourself in it as you shuffle around the house.

See more ways to update your home for fall: How Shea McGee Does Halloween Decor 8 Under-$100 Throw Blankets Made for TV Marathons We Foraged the Farmers’ Market for 2 Unique Fall Table Settings

Elly Leavitt

Writer and Editor

Elly enjoys covering anything from travel to funky design (tubular furniture, anyone?) to the latest cultural trend. Her dream apartment would exist on the Upper West Side and include a plethora of mismatched antique chairs, ceramic vessels, and floor-to-ceiling bookcases—essential to her goal of becoming a poor man’s Nora Ephron. You can probably find her in line at Trader Joe’s. You will never find her at SoulCycle.