You’ve probably walked in her iconic flats, stashed your essentials in one of her sophisticated handbags, or zipped yourself up in one of her chic party dresses. If this iconic designer fills your closet, it’s time for her to fill the rest of your home, too. That’s right—you can now register for all things Tory Burch Home at Zola (and we’re the only registry where you can do so).
Tory Burch Home is inspired by Tory’s lifetime love of home decor and international travel souvenirs. Her biggest inspiration for the line was her mother and the antique ceramics they collected together as a child. From vibrant green dishes to hand-painted glassware and charming cocktail napkins, Tory Burch Home features a range of first home must-haves. Not sure where to start? Take a look at our top five favorites.
Created in collaboration with storied ceramicist Dodie Thayer, these charming pieces bring the elegance of 1960s Palm Beach right to your home. They’re designed for everyday use, so yes, these leafy designs will hold up to your favorite slice of pizza as much as they will a gourmet meal. Mix and match to create chic and original place settings, or display the collection in its entirety.
This handpainted collection is inspired by 19th-century English ceramics and feature two main patterns that can be effortlessly mixed and matched for an overall dynamic tablescape. Plus the blue and white make for a great backdrop to fresh blooms or citrus.
But more specifically, we’re fans of this pitcher from the collection that can double as a vase (even Tory does this herself!). The pattern is whimsical yet polished, and the blue-and-white combo really pops outdoors.
Named after Tory Burch’s childhood home, this stemware will make diet coke look as sophisticated as a glass of chardonnay. The hand-blown look will give your glassware collection a vintage warmth, too.
Come on, just try not to smile while looking at these. This sweet set features family talismans and keepsakes passed down from Tory’s father. If Tory’s lifestyle is any indication, you’re in for some good luck.