12 things we’re shopping from Zara's new rustic European-inspired collection

Zara’s new summer collection will transport you to a European vacation without ever having to leave your home. Here’s everything I’m buying from their new collection

A selection of items from Zara Home's summer 2024 collection
(Image credit: Zara Home)

Modern European style is majorly trending right now, and for very good reason. With summer right on the horizon, we’re all planning our next getaway, and the laid-back aesthetic that’s signature to this look provides that perfect dose of escapism. 

However, if you’re struck with wanderlust right now and don’t know how to channel that modern European vibe into your design aesthetic, look no further than Zara Home’s new summer collection. 

Think natural materials like wood and rattan, comforting linens and stripes, and flea market-inspired ceramics, all of which perfectly encapsulate the character of a European home. The cohesion in the line means you can mix and match easily, creating the aesthetic of your dreams with a few simple taps. I looked through every item in the vast collection to find my favorite mix of rugs, throws, pillows, decor items, and furniture, so you can recreate the sleek and comforting interior design trend yourself. 

Zara Home summer 2024 lifestyle

(Image credit: Zara Home)

Zara Home’s new summer launch gives us a relaxed, elegant twist on European style, with neutral tones and delicate detailing. All the furniture is durable and sleek, while the decorative elements bring about a bright, rustic feel that’s sure to make a statement all summer long. If you’re looking for some new items to fuel your wanderlust, I highly recommend checking out Zara Home’s new summer 2024 collection.

Nikhita Mahtani
Style Editor

Nikhita is the Style Editor for Homes & Gardens, making sure our home-savvy readers are always aware of the latest trends and deepening their knowledge of classic design. Nikhita graduated with her Master of Arts in Magazine Journalism from New York University, and has spent a decade in interior design and shopping roles at shelter publications ELLE DECOR and Domino Magazine.