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Zara Home’s autumn winter collection looks way more expensive than it actually is


By Megan Burns
30th Oct 2021
Zara Home’s autumn winter collection looks way more expensive than it actually is

They’ve even made a short film starring Chloë Sevigny to showcase the gorgeous range.

It’s not new information that Zara Home is a great place to pick up beautiful homeware for less than you’d expect. But their new autumn winter collection has taken things to a different level, absolutely full of pieces that look like they should be multiples of their actual price tag.

Zara Home autumn winter

The brand has even got Chloë Sevigny to star in a short film to celebrate the launch. Filmed in Casa de Serralves in Portugal, an Art Deco villa that was built as the summer home of the Count of Vizela, it follows Sevigny through several rooms as she rehearses for a part.

Naturally, some pieces from the collection make an appearance too. Here are some of the picks we have our eye on.

Zara Home autumn winter
Grey clay jug, €35.99
Zara Home autumn winter
Metal lamp, €35.99
Candles from €3.99
Zara Home autumn winter
Irregular dinner plate, €11.99
Linen cushion cover, €15.99
Zara Home autumn winter
Irregular vases from €35.99
Glass tumbler €5.99, tortoiseshell comb €11.99, toothbrush €17.99