If you, like me, have ever wanted to be Mimi Thorisson—the writer and cook who lives in a rambling nineteenth-century farmhouse in the Médoc region of France, picks plums and tomatoes from her lush backyard garden, cooks bountiful feasts with them, and always looks beautiful doing it—you’re in luck. Thanks to a newly launched kitchen collection by Zara Home, you can now order a few of the French-esque kitchen essentials Thorisson herself might use (and does, in the brand’s photo shoot in her country kitchen). And at a reasonable price: The most expensive item, a cast iron pot, rings in at $149; a set of four steak knives costs only $29.90.
Here are a few of the new releases we’re eyeing (and hope to get for our own kitchens).
Photography via Zara Home.
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