After a great weekend in the snowy mountains of Vermont, I can’t believe I’m already writing about new product for spring! While most people are craving spring’s warm weather, I’m still soaking up every bit of snow that I can before it melts. Regardless, spring is here in the furniture industry; so, I’ve rounded up my TEN favorite home products from Anthropologie’s 2019 Spring Collection and man, there are some goodies to feast your eyes on (or buy)!
P.S. I made all images clickable, which will take you right to the Anthropologie product page for easy purchasing. Okay, let’s dive in!
Look at this color! I’ve been dying to use a rust-colored furniture piece in my next interiors project, and this chair just might be the ticket. The Miley Chair is designed by District Eight—a furniture design firm from Vietnam—it comes in three colors (I’m clearly partial to the rust) and is wonderfully sleek.
I thought I was starting to be a bit over pastel colors in 2019 and was planning to exchange them for their dark hued counterparts—that is, until I saw these vases. Yeah, I was wrong about pastels and these gorgeous vases are here to prove it. I love each of them individually and even more as a set. I’ll most likely be styling with these vases in a living or dining room, but they are versatile enough to use wherever your heart desires!
SYDNEY SLINGBACK CHAIR
This Scandinavian-esque chair is just waiting to be used in my cabin that does not yet exist. I have to say, I’m loving that Anthropologie is dipping their toes in the pool of simple yet beautiful furniture pieces. The Sydney Slingback Chair has a matching ottoman that is sold separately and even comes in a rocking chair version!
Aren’t these pillows adorable? Each colorway is fantastic—especially the ochre; it would add the perfect pop to a neutral sofa or bed. I love the mix of a simple stripe with a splash of color and a little bit of texture. If I had to describe my design style in a pillow, I think this would be it!
PALM LEAVES WALLPAPER
Wow, THIS is a showstopper. The Palm Leaves Wallpaper comes in three hues, but the blue/green pictured is my favorite! I love how this wallpaper looks vintage but could easily feel modern when paired with the right furniture and decor.
$218.00 per roll
DELUXE TAMBOURED THREE-DRAWER DRESSER
I’ve been picturing this bad boy sitting in a masculine library adorned with a whiskey decanter and vintage lamp. The Deluxe Tamboured Dresser is this elegant twist on mid-century style and let me tell you: I’m a fan. This dresser is a part of a larger collection designed by Tracey Boyd—check out the handsome media cabinet and etagere.
GRACE SERPENTINE THREE-PIECE U-SHAPED SECTIONAL
While this is not the first go-round for the Grace Serpentine Sectional at Anthropologie, the U-shaped configuration is new for spring. Not only is this sectional comfortable, but it also screams elegant. I have to say, this might be the sexiest piece that Anthropologie sells, especially when it’s upholstered in one of their bold hues!
Starting at $5,698.00 | Two fabric options
MADELYN FACETED PENDANT
The Madelyn Faceted Pendant made this list for a few different reasons. First, it feels like a different product for Anthropologie, unlike anything else in their assortment. Second, I love all things vintage inspired—this reminds me of a modern spin on a Tiffany lamp. And third, I mean, just look at it! This pendant also comes in white capiz shell and can be scooped up in a chandelier, table lamp, or sconce version as well.
Canary Lane Vintage Turkish Runner
Okay, these heirloom vintage rugs by Canary Lane are s.t.u.n.n.i.n.g. Each rug is unique, handwoven, and ethically sourced. The sangria color is what dreams are made of—imagine this runner lining a kitchen or entryway!
Thanks for reading! Did you have any favorites from this list? I’d love to hear in the comments!