In case you didn’t know, Anthropologie’s annual Winter Tag Sale is still going on, which means you still have a chance to snag an extra 40% off dozens of sale items. Maybe it’s the dull January weather, but we noticed our eyes gravitating toward the shinier products — namely, the golden ones. From kitchen accessories to home decor, Anthro’s sale includes a variety of golden-hued goodies that we can’t stop looking at. We rounded up our favorites below, and if you want to see more (or if gold isn’t really your jam) you can check out the entire sale here.
Domed Brass Hook, $14.97 with additional discount (originally $38)
Perfect for hanging up jackets and purses, this brass hook will add a touch of gold to your entryway or bedroom. It’s good if you like the idea of decorating with gold but don’t want to go overboard — a gateway decor piece, if you will.
Who says you have to give up so-called “holiday” scents once January rolls around? This spiced cider candle is a personal favorite of mine and I will light it all winter long. Plus, the jar is beautiful — I always reuse Anthro candle jars for things like change, make-up brushes, and q-tips because they’re simply too nice to throw away.
Gilded Treat Trinket Box, $8.97 with additional discount (originally $26)
Never have we ever seen a gold croissant catch-all. Tara Belluci, our News & Culture Editor, first alerted us to it and we love it — it’s eye-catching, fun and, simply, pleasant. We’re partial to the croissant, but you can also choose the peanut version for a bit less.
In need of some shimmer in your kitchen? Check out these whimsy salt and pepper shakers, which are shaped liked cupcakes and painted gold because why not? (Perhaps they got a tip from the croissant.) These little shakers will look great sitting on your kitchen table or on your countertops, and also make a great housewarming gift.
Didion Cheese Board, $26.97 with additional discount (originally $88)
This cheese board has just a touch of gold, but it’s enough to make it stand out. Made of marble and shaped like a book, it’s a real statement piece that belongs in any bibliophile’s kitchen.
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