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Mediterranean, Botanical, Natural and Timeless are the four new styles proposed by the new Zara Home collection for next spring
For next spring, Zara Home divides his new collection into four styles: Mediterranean, Botanical, Natural And Timeless. Each has unique characteristics that are well suited to a certain design mood.
Here are the new inspirations for the home signed by Zara Home, to show off right away.
The line Botanical pays homage to the nature in all its forms: from the bud to the stem passing through the corolla and the leaf, every growth that blooms after winter hibernation is part of this mood romantic. Natural materials such as wood, the ceramic and the cotton combined with a color palette that ranges from pastels make the Botanical the perfect inspiration for those who want a home that smells of chlorophyll and pure freshness.
One approach minimalist what makes the interiors worthy of a timeless refinement is precisely the style Timeless. Evergreen in name and in fact, this trend mixes the gray and i cream in an elegant blend that goes well with any environment. The dove gray and the black they are the hosts and turn out to be the perfect hosts for a warm welcome but never too relaxed, in the sense of messy. L' order and the geometric rigor as well as the chromatic one they are essential for the taste classic which goes under the label of Timeless.
Style Natural blends natural materials such as cotton rough, the linen, the wood and the majolica, returning an elegant material pastiche suitable for any type of furniture. Carpets in jute and embossed embroidery make simple textures the real protagonists of this trend. The geometric patterns adorn blankets, pillowcases but also plates and vases, preferring, however, to the geometric rigor a irregularities chic that makes uniqueness a cornerstone of the Natural aesthetic.
Style Mediterranean proposes the colors and atmospheres of Mediterranean countries, with palettes ranging from Brown scorched earth al beige sand up to pink of sunset and cream shades. Porous textures of terracotta, roughness of the rope and wood in a natural color make this trend perfectly harmonious with any furniture, from shabby chic to industrial.
Photo Credits: Zara Home