Spanish fashion superpower Zara Home has been sold in the U.S. for years. Now the cheap-chic retailer’s home line is available online (Zarahome.com) to stateside fans of bright tablecloths (shown, $80), neo-Victorian wall mirrors ($80) and gilded storage baskets ($40). Many items — pillows, dishes, even towels — come in fashion-forward hues (purple, lipstick red) and prints (leopard, zebra).
Hair to Dry For
You may scoff at a salon that doesn’t offer haircuts or colors. But a glam blowout at one of two new Drybars should warm you up to the idea (1824 Wisconsin Ave. NW; 202-609-8644 and 840 Bethesda Ave.; Bethesda, 240-483-4277; Thedrybar.com). Styling options, all $40, include the beachy “Mai Tai,” the flouncy “Southern Comfort” and the no-frills “Manhattan.”
That’ll Look Nate
Chicago interior designer (and Oprah’s go-to decor dude) Nate Berkus mixes luxe and natural elements in his casual-yet-sophisticated rooms. His new collection for Target, launching Sunday in stores and online, channels a similar vibe via accessories like a studded tray (shown, $25), ram’s head sculpture (shown, $15) and a cool blue dip-dye shower curtain ($25).
Think of Philip Kingsley’s new Daily Damage Defense conditioning spray as weight lifting for your hair: The more frequently you use the powerful product, the stronger strands get ($36, Philipkingsley.com). The formula includes almond seed cake extract for glossy locks and hydrolyzed elastin, which repairs weak strands as it protects them against factors such as blow-drying and UV rays.
Have a Ball
Nothing spoils a Tom Collins faster than a watered-down last sip. Swap the finicky ice for a Tilt chilling sphere ($36 for a set of two, Winesoiree.com). The stainless steel balls are filled with liquid that, when cooled in the freezer for four to six hours, keeps drinks colder longer sans residual H20. The chiller is similar to whiskey stones in concept, but includes a retrieval hook that doubles as a cocktail stirrer or garnish bearer.