Winter is in full swing but that doesn’t stop Anthropologie from dropping some of the most stunning spring decor to get us excited for a fresh start. Anthropologie is one of the best places to shop for whimsical and eclectic home decor, and this rings truest in spring, when the retailer sells some of its most stunning pieces.
Whether you’re summoning spring with a pre-season redecorate or are wanting to get ahead of some of the seasonal items that are sure to sell out before the end of March, I'm sharing some of our favorite pieces from the Anthro spring decor collection.
From whimsical accent decor to invigorating seasonal candles to several new decorative dishes, the Anthropologie spring collection has us ready for a home decor refresh.
Anthropologie Spring Collection
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Anthropologie Candles and Candlesticks
As per usual, the Anthropologie spring collection has no shortage of candles—and the spring aromas offer an invigorating introduction to the season. In addition to Anthropologie candles, the new releases also include some stunning candlestick holders that offer a functional yet decorative touch to your tabletop decor.
The Vaisselle Taper Candle Holder features a design inspired by a blooming flower and is available in both a taller pink style and a short lilac bud. Constructed from durable and high-quality stoneware, these candlestick holders offer a stunning base for tapered candles and are a fun way to add some seasonal eclectic decor to your space.
Whether you’re shopping for a seasonal gift or looking for something that can refresh your senses, consider the new Floral Night Gardenia Glass Jar Candle. This seasonal Anthropologie candle comes in four different sizes in a gorgeous, colorful pink glass vessel and features notes of gardenia, salted guava, tonka, and warm musk.
If you want to add some spring decor touches to your space but aren’t into florals, the Fruit Candle Holder from Anthro is an excellent alternative. This candlestick comes in two different fruit styles—a strawberry and an orange—and is constructed from embossed metal. The vibrant finish adds a nice pop of color to your tablescape while also helping to tie in nods to the season.
It wouldn’t be a seasonal collection without mentioning Anhropologies dishes. The new spring arrivals feature some gorgeous spring dishes and platters for serveware that feel decorative yet functional. From Anthro’s bistro collection to their floral-inspired dessert plates, here are some of our favorite pieces from the new collection.
If you love the spring season but want something that feels a little more neutral, I adore the new Anthro bistro collection, which features plates and mugs with the most adorable garden tile design. The Bistro Garden Tile Dinner Plate is one of our favorites in the collection because it boasts a fun pop of color while remaining versatile enough to blend with pieces you might already have.
Create a mix-and-match look with the Lyla Floral Dessert Plates. These plates come in a set of four and feature a mix of colorful floral finishes. You can display them on your wall as part of your seasonal home decor, or put them to use when hosting brunches and tea with friends this season.
Spring collections usually come with a few pieces you can incorporate into your Easter spread, and the Eden Deviled Egg Platter is one thing we have on our wishlist for the upcoming holiday. This handpainted stoneware plate measures 11.4 inches in diameter and can fit up to 12 deviled eggs.
Anthropologie Table Decor
No matter if you’re looking for accent decor to spruce up an entryway or side table or want some seasonal items to refresh your dining table, the Anthropologie spring collection has everything you need to give your space a spring sprucing. From vases to table lamps to linens, here are some of our favorite items from the new collection.
With spring florals soon in full bloom, you’ll need something just as beautiful to display your fresh picks. Ahead of the season, stock up on things like the Anneli Vase to display your favorite blooms. This decorative vase comes in green and pink hues and features a whimsical design that is fitting for the season.
If you want to refresh your space with something truly unique (and the one item we can’t stop drooling over), opt for the Genni Table Lamp. This gorgeous lamp comes in two different block color options and features a retro pillar base with a floral-inspired scalloped lampshade. It’s an excellent eclectic piece that blends well into mid-century modern decor.
Give your tablescape the base it deserves with the Lyla Double-Sided Table Runner. This gorgeous runner comes in two different colors and features both a floral print side and a solid side, allowing you to change it up depending on your decor needs. On top of that, it’s machine-washable, so you don’t have to worry about maintenance.
Anthropologie Throw Pillows and Blankets
When decorating for spring, you don’t need to fully refresh your space to get the desired effect. Instead, opt for throw pillows and blankets that can give off fresh, seasonal vibes while also blending into what you already have. I scoured the new Anthropologie spring collection for accent pillows and throw blankets to add to your home this season.
One of the best ways to add texture and color to your space is with the Floral Faux Fur Throw from Anthropologie. This gorgeous throw blanket features pops of pink, orange, and burgundy blooms set on a vibrant green backdrop. You can toss it off the side of your couch for effortless cozy vibes or fold it neatly at the foot of your bed if you want an extra layer.
The new Nathalie Lété Anthropologie collection features lots of fun and whimsical decor pieces, including this beautiful embroidered pillow. The pillow is made from OEKO-TEX certified cotton and features a beautiful heart-shaped design with embroidered details.
Add a splash of color to your sofa or bedroom decor with the Maeve by Anthropologie Le Petite Pillow. The 10-inch throw pillow comes in three different colors and designs with fringe trim in corresponding colors. They’re colorful, playful, and a quick and easy to way to upgrade your home decor for under $50.
From larger decor pieces like mirrors and furniture to smaller accents like rugs and doorstops, the new Anthropologie spring collection features an array of seasonal items that can elevate your abode in big and small ways.
If you’re as obsessed with the viral Anthropologie mirror but want something a little more unique for the season, consider the Shyla Mirror. This small accent mirror features an arched design framed in tons of decorative motifs, including spring florals, peacocks, and flamingos.
Add some texture to your space with the Matilda Goad & Co. Tufted Plaid Rug. This rug features a unique checkerboard print in three chic color palettes and is available in six different sizes, including some smaller options that would work well for a bathroom or kitchen refresh.
Mushrooms are still very much on trend this year, especially during the spring season. If you want to add the coveted decor to your abode in a more subtle way, consider this stunning Toadstool Doorstop from Anthro. The bronze doorstop features a whimsical scene of mushrooms with an adorable snail detail on top.
While I love a lot of this collection, it's not the only game in town. I've also scoured the Crate and Barrell spring collection and Joanna Gaines' Hearth & Hand spring collection to find you the very best home decor for the new season.
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Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.
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