The Homes & Gardens edit: the top finds in the Anthropologie sale
There are some quite simply stunning finds in Anthropologie's global sale – browse our pick of the best below
It is always a treat to potter around an Anthropologie sale, but with many of us preferring to shop online at the moment, the best finds can be somewhat less accessible.
So, we thought, why not do the hard work for you – acknowledging, of course, that spending a couple of hours online looking for the best buys on Anthropologie's website is no kind of hardship?
This is our edit of the top sale finds – US first, then UK. They are beautiful, brilliantly priced and will add a touch of much needed color to your home at this time of year.
Use our links to browse the Anthropologie US sale and to jump down the page to browse the Anthropologie UK sale. Enjoy. For more wonderful ideas, visit our shopping page.
Browse the Anthropologie US sale
These are our top finds at the Anthropologie sale – we think they are beautiful, but if they are not quite what you are looking for, browse the entire Anthropologie US sale here.
Roses Silk Carpet Ottoman Was $1,498, now $969.95
When upholstered in an intricately hand-knotted, eye-catching silk rug, a floral perch assumes a new role as a work of brass-framed fine art. This ottoman has silk Moldavian rug upholstery, a tropical hardwood frame with a polished brass finish.
Folkthread Chair Was $448, now $299.95
Featuring screen-printed and embroidered upholstery inspired by a textile spotted in a market overseas, this chair is a convivial companion at the dinner table. A leather handle helps it transition easily into extra seating, should the occasion call for a nightcap in the living room.
Fiona Corsini Monogram Canape Plate Was $12, now $7.95
Personalize your dinnerware collection with this stylish monogrammed plate, designed by Fiona Corsini in collaboration with Anthropologie. A descendant of one of the most illustrious families of Florence, Fiona Corsini studied classical figure painting at the Florence Academy of Art and worked as a print designer for Emilio Pucci. Combining contemporary craftsmanship with tradition and innovation, Corsini utilizes composition, pattern, and color in her paintings and illustrations.
Jacquard-Woven Galia Euro Sham Was $68, now $39.95
Featuring a comfy-cozy woven texture, this beautiful cotton collection is accented with charming florals. Sold individually, the shams have an envelope closure.
Browse the Anthropologie UK sale
Shopping the UK sale? We love these finds below, but you can navigate straight to the Anthropologie UK sale to browse all buys if you want to see more.
Raine Floor Lamp Was £398, now £248
Featuring a T-shaped design, this modern floor lamp is both a functional and stylish choice for an office, living room, or bedroom. Exclusive to Anthropologie, it has an iron base; antique brass finish; an ivory ceramic shade; and a cream fabric cord.
Anthropologie x Kachel Maryrose Cushion Was £88, now £60
Featuring an array of lighthearted floral prints, this cotton cushion – designed by Kachel in collaboration with Anthropologie – delivers a touch of romance to any decor. Inspired by vintage prints and travels far and wide, Jana Kachel creates signature collections that feature her own watercolours – resulting in a label that epitomises both art and individuality. Exclusive to Anthropologie.
Oren Vase Was £46, now £36
Featuring decorative bunches of handcrafted florals, this vase is an ideal vessel for faux arrangements or dried botanicals. Made from handcrafted stoneware, each piece is unique.
Tufted Audrina Rug Was £788 – £1,024, now £448 – £598
The line-drawn florals of this beautiful tufted wool rug lend an artful statement to any space. Exclusive to Anthropologie, this rug is made by passing yarn through a frame-stitched fabric backing on which a pattern has been drawn. Suitable for high-traffic areas, such as hallways, it is available in 8ft by 10ft and 9ft by 12ft sizes.
Lucy Searle has written about interiors, property and gardens since 1990, working her way around the interiors departments of women's magazines before switching to interiors-only titles in the mid-nineties. She was Associate Editor on Ideal Home, and Launch Editor of 4Homes magazine, before moving into digital in 2007, launching Channel 4's flagship website, Channel4.com/4homes. In 2018, Lucy took on the role of Global Editor in Chief for Realhomes.com, taking the site from a small magazine add-on to a global success. She was asked to repeat that success at Homes & Gardens, where she has also taken on the editorship of the magazine.
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