I’m a style editor and I want these 9 Anthropologie buys for my July 4th party

Independence Day just got pretty

Bar, shell, chair
(Image credit: Anthropologie)

Anthropologie is a trove of gorgeous treasures that I return to again and again. 

As a stylist and Deputy Editor of Homes & Gardens, I spend a lot of time looking for the latest, most beautiful decorative homewares from the hottest designers to give those timeless schemes we all love an intriguing, contemporary twist – and Anthro's always at the top of my return-to list.  

With July 4th decorations and celebrations on everyone's minds this weekend, I've been looking to spruce up my home to ensure my party goes smoothly – and stylishly. My first stop: Anthropologie. And to save you the legwork, I’ve pulled out the very best of their new spring/summer offerings that will be sure to impress your guests, too. There are some great gifts here, too. You can find all Anthro Living's buys in one place on the website.

What to buy at Anthropologie for 4th July

You can shop Anthropologie in the UK too. More wonderful buys from me next week.

Jo Bailey
Editor, Print

Jo Bailey has been Editor of Homes & Gardens (the print edition) since September 2023; overseeing all features for the print edition. Previously, she worked as the News & Shopping Editor across H&G and Livingetc where it was her role to discover the best news stories, latest trends and honed her understanding of Homes and Gardens' over 100-year-old brand.

Before joining Future Plc, she worked as an interior stylist for over ten years, specialising in commercial photo shoots for luxury clients such as; Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, The Romo Group, Christopher Farr Cloth and Heal's. She has worked closely with Homes & Gardens and Livingetc for over a decade, having styled and produced editorial shoots and events for both titles over the years.