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By Shannon Connellan
December 02, 2015

Zara Home Finally Opens in Sydney

Fill your home with rich mahogany.
By Shannon Connellan
December 02, 2015

If you love surrounding yourself completely in Zara, you'll now be able to extend the Zara-love to your bedroom. Zara Home opened its first Australian store at Melbourne's Highpoint Shopping Centre in February this year, and now a flagship store is set to open in Sydney on Thursday, December 3.

Taking over two levels and close to 500sqm within busy, busy Pitt Street Mall, Zara Home's Sydney instalment will marking ZH's 500th store worldwide. According to Zara Home, the store will boast an "avant-garde and elegant concept in harmony with the simplicity and respect for nature upheld in the materials used within the store." Think neutral colours, chestnut wood and marble floors with an antique mother-of-pearl effect. Schmicko.

The home decor arm of the Zara-owning Inditex Group, Zara Home is where you'll find Zara's gorgeous printed bedding lines, table and bath linens, decorative furniture (we're talking seriously cute lamps and rugs), tablewear worth investing in, cutlery and ornamental items, all based on seasonal fashion trends — so you might be able to match your handbag to your bedspread for an undeniably strong look.

Coinciding with international Zara Home stores (now operating in 60 countries with 437 stores), the Australian stores will unveil two collections per year, with new items delivered every week. Along with the slick furnishings and oaky utensils you'll be visualising in your rich mahogany-smelling apartments, you can pick up the Zara loungewear/pyjama line and bath and body collection instore.

With just under 20 Zara stores currently operating across Australia, it's safe to say we're pretty dedicated Zarans.

Zara Home opens in Sydney's Pitt Street Mall on December 3.

Published on December 02, 2015 by Shannon Connellan

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