The latest home collection has just dropped at Anthropologie.
Here’s my pick of what’s new for home to snap up right now.
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Anthro’s homeware is going all out with maximalism, and has so many colourful, curvy, eclectic pieces that it’s tricky to narrow down your favourites. Not to worry, I’ve surfed for shiny things for you.
Big ticket furniture – new at Anthropologie
This collaboration with Bethan Grey really caught my eye and is big news this season at the store. Loving the scalloped headboard and curvy lines of the velvet bed. Wouldn’t say no to the faux fur throw either. My favourite colour way is the blue-green –
This piece is curvy too – the Anita Occasional velvet chair. This time I’d go seashell pink!
Constellations and general starriness is very much a feature of homeware this year. This blue armchair is pretty timeless though, in starry midnight and gold in a mid-century shape.
Another seat that caught my eye is the Jimena Terai chair. The embroidery makes the statement here, and it’s a budget-friendly £198 – perfect for extra guests at the table, although it looks nicely padded for regular use too. It’s available in three colour ways. I’m torn!
New at Anthropologie – ingredients for an exceptional shelfie!
To style a great shelfie you need a great shelf! And this season Anthropologie is providing just that. The shelves are magnificent. Take a look.
This is my favourite – the Abbott shelf.
Made from cedar and burnished brass, it’s a decent size at 61cm long.
What I really like is the quirky shape, and that it comes in at less than £100. I can just picture something green and frothy-leaved tumbling over the end of this one.
The Lexington shelving unit is a bit more utilitarian – I’m thinking bathroom or laundry room.
Perfect for pretty bottles of potions.
Perfect small presents – new at Anthropologie
Anthropologie was one of the originators of the monogrammed tableware trend. Now spotted everywhere, from Marks & Spencer to Home Bargains, it’s a look that isn’t going away anytime soon.
These mugs are quite the finest though, and would make a lovely present as a curated package- monogrammed mug, some picturesque tea or coffee and a bar of artisan chocolate or a novel.
And you get an surprise bonus tile on the inside of the mug when you drink up!
If monogrammed isn’t your thing, what about this tall heart mug?
Interesting height, organic shape, soft earthy colours and a hand-thrown look.
This next item falls firmly into the category “Didn’t know you needed it until you saw it.”
It’s a marble salt cellar.
Although you could use it for storing something else. No house rules! Nothing to stop you tucking your earrings in here at the end of the day.
And my final pick? Had to be the iridescent Chatterley pendant.
Handmade in Stoke-on-Trent, this artist collaboration is stunning in glossy Kelly green, with a brass finish and a gold-toned inner. Just imagine the flattering amber glow that is going to cast. Also available in pink.
If you like the glossy colour on the outside, check out the glowy inner on the Anthropologie website. Just click here for more …