I’m an interiors writer, and these are my favorite pieces from Anthropologie's fall collection

From bold colors to elegant textures, there's something for everybody in the Anthropologie fall collection

Neutral toned living room
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Whether you’re a lover of bold color and loud prints, or, like me, gravitate towards understated design and minimalist-inspired decor, Anthropologie has you covered for all of your fall decor ideas. As we anticipate the changing seasons, fall marks a time of change and new beginnings, making it the ideal time to refresh your home with elevated pieces. 

Combining refined and neutral-toned pieces in the Fall Together Now edit, and by contrast much more colorful and maximalist items in Autumn in Color, Anthropologie's 2023 fall collection caters to a broad range of interior styles. United by a playful take on home essentials; think sculptural shapes, unique textures, and bold prints, the pieces are guaranteed to refresh your home this fall. 

I've rounded up my favorite items from the collection for you to shop below and inspire you to incorporate some of this season's key trends into your home. 

Sculptural form

Neutral bedroom with sculptural mirror

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Curved furniture is a prominent trend this season, so it's no surprise to see lots of pieces in Anthropologie following suit. Praised for its ability to soften the home and contrast against any harsh, rectangular edges, incorporating curved furniture promotes a light and airy feeling in the home whilst promoting a modern take on sculptural furniture, perfect for minimalist living room ideas

Vibrant tangerine

Orange sofa in living room

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A color instantly synonymous with an energetic and playful style, decorating with orange can uplift your home whilst still looking sophisticated. Not only do these tangerine-toned pieces in Anthropologie's fall collection refresh the home, but they also reflect the color of the changing leaves – perfect for incorporating a subtle nod to fall-inspired decor. 

Elevated texture

Neutral bedroom with textured bed pillows

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An essential part of decorating with neutrals is making sure to focus on the texture of the pieces, whether that's large furniture items or smaller accessories. Opting for a fully-neutral color palette is instantly elevated with the introduction of interesting textures, giving the room a point of interest and preventing it from feeling flat or stark. 

Barbie pink

White and pink bedroom

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Perhaps 2023's most iconic trend: Barbiecore. Whilst pink isn't a color I'm naturally drawn to in the home, I can't deny its feminine and playful take on decor that admittedly, I'm loving this year. 

Playful print

Patterned wallpaper

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For all of the print enthusiasts who love decorating with maximalism, Anthropologie's fall collection presents a grown-up approach to the maximalist design style. Whether you want to make a loud statement with patterned wallpaper, or rather make a subtle nod to playful design through smaller accessories, I'm sure you'll enjoy these pieces as much as I am. 

FAQs

What are the key trends for fall this year?

We've rounded up this year's key fall trends for 2023, all of which are united by an elegant and warming approach to home decor. 

Paint & Color Editor

Emily is H&G's Paint & Color Editor, covering all things color across interior design and home decor. She joined the team in the summer of 2023, having studied Fashion Communication at university before working in various creative roles ahead of making the leap into interiors. She lives in Glasgow where she loves admiring the city's architecture, frequenting her favorite coffee spots, and sourcing vintage furniture for her tenement apartment. Emily's interior style is inspired by the simplicity of midcentury design, mixed with more playful modern pieces that inject small (but bold) doses of color.