Holiday shopping is (hopefully) done, which means now is the time to treat yourself to the things you wanted — but didn't receive — this year. And because so many brands and retailers offer end-of-year sales, it's the perfect time to spoil yourself — without going over budget. And if decorative goods to spruce up your home were on your wish list, you're in luck: The current Zara Home after-Christmas sale has a ton of stylish offerings for up to 50 percent off, and that includes a ton of trends to try in the new year.
If you've been paying attention to the 2019 interior design trends, you know that there are a handful of colors and materials that are especially hot commodities right now. In terms of color, both mustard yellow and Pantone's 2019 color of the year, Living Coral, are at the top of the list. Sumptuous fabrics — like faux fur and velvet — are also very of-the-moment, as are pieces made from sustainable and natural materials, such as seagrass or wood.
Devoted Zara shoppers know that the retailer is always on top of current trends, and since it added a home line last year, it's a place you can shop the latest and greatest for your pad as well as your wardrobe. That said, of course the retailer's home goods inventory includes plenty of products that embrace all the aforementioned decor trends. And what's even better — they're on major sale right now.
From coral duvet covers to teak side tables, there are a ton of pieces to shop on sale now if you want to inject your interior space with the most current trends of the new year. And to get you started, find a few favorites that embrace them all ahead.
What's great about using coral in the bedroom is that it's not exactly masculine or feminine, yet still provides a little punch of color. This super-soft sateen duvet cover is the perfect way to try it out.
The coral hue in this herringbone striped table cloth is so subtle, it can match many different dining room aesthetics. Use this during your next dinner party for a chic and totally on-trend affair.
Zara's sale includes a whole set of these multicolored class pieces, including plates for under $5 apiece. With just a bit of coral, it's a great way to try out the trend without going too bold.
Want to try out a mustard hue in your home without committing to a major piece? These cotton canvas kitchen towels might be your ideal gateway.
Golden yellow and leopard print? This accent pillow cover offers an update on the classic (and forever favorite) pattern and will make your bed, chair, or couch look 10 times more chic.
For anyone who wants to dabble with trends on a small scale, this two-tone glass vase is perfect. While it embraces the color, it's neutral enough to stick around long after there's a new hot hue.
When you think of sumptuous and luxurious fabrics, a fuzzy blanket is the ultimate piece to have. Enter this faux fur throw, which comes in a salt-and-pepper palette to match practically any decor.
This patchwork pillow cover is a tactile dream, offering a multitude of plush textures. It will definitely make a statement wherever it sits.
Update your plant game with this natural colored seagrass basket. And because it's neutral in color, it will fit right into any color palette.
This organic-shaped teak table is the perfect piece to try out the natural/sustainable materials trend.
Stash your laundry (or anything else, for that matter) stylishly with this multicolored seagrass basket.