Zara Home E-Commerce to Debut in U.S.

NEW YORK-Zara Home will launch its U.S. e-commerce site, zarahome.com, this coming Monday.

The site will offer bed, bath textiles, table linens, select furniture, tableware, cutlery and decorative accessories, the latter including loungewear and gift items. The products will be grouped into four collections: Country, inspired by nature and depicted in dark tones reminiscent of a forest; Ethnic, featuring gray, lilac and ecru colorways designed in paisleys and with floral accents; the White collection, featuring a variety of white tones in silks, cottons and linens; and Contemporary, spotlighting pop urban and eclectic styles. Children's home decor will also be offered on the site.

Zara Home, the home furnishings arm of the apparel resource, debuted in 2003. It is currently present in 32 countries with more than 325 stores, and offers e-commerce in 18 countries.

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