3 Fea­tures Ed­i­tor Amy Moorea Wong on why Zara Home is her go-to shop Why do I love it?

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Zara Home is first on my list when I want to up­date some­thing small in my house. The amount of glass­ware, cut­lery and linens it stocks could be over­whelm­ing, but the fact that ev­ery­thing in store is or­gan­ised by colour makes for a calm – and oddly sat­is­fy­ing – shop­ping ex­pe­ri­ence.

What is it best for?

Mix­ing the lat­est trends with clas­sic pieces. Like its fash­ion­able sis­ter brand, it doesn’t shy away from wild pat­terns and sea­son­ally chang­ing themes – but Zara Home uses soft whites and neu­trals as its base, and fea­tures nat­u­ral ma­te­ri­als such as wicker and wood to cre­ate a time­less look. My top picks: This black cut­lery (from £2.99 for a tea­spoon), salad bowl (£19.99) and serv­ing dish (£29.99). My cup­boards are piled high with table­ware, but I can find space for this breezy take on clas­sic pot­tery colours (zara­home.com).

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