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Hey there.

Welcome to Quarter-Life Living, my outlet to help others bring style and sophistication to their twenty-something homes. Everyone deserves to love where they live, no matter the square footage.


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If you are into fashion, then chances are you've heard of Zara. While I do love this Spanish retailer's clothing line-up, I also gush over their home products. GIRL SAY WHAT? Zara has a home collection? Yes, my friend, yes they do, and it is wonderful.

So the major downfall of Zara Home, is that there aren't any brick-and-mortar locations in the US. BUT they offer free shipping and returns to the lower 48, so there is truly no risk in shopping. Talk about a silver lining.

Zara Home has a range of houseware offerings for bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchens. They do not have furniture, which is a bummer because so many of the pieces they use in their style shoots are uh-may-zing. Their patterns and materials often have the modern European feel, but they have some more traditional styles as well (not my jam, but at least they hit broader tastes). 

Before I hit you with some of their catalog images, I have to call out that I am all caps OBSESSED with these glasses:


Image Credits: Zara Home ||