We all need a reminder that warmer weather is in fact in the (hopefully) near future. And while we can’t provide everyone with a discount plane ticket, we can offer you a brief respite from the cold by way of Anthropologie’s spring home look book. Called “The Life Within,” this collection is all about personal expression, whether that means bold color choices or a retreat back to nature. Divided into three categories (An Organic Approach, Layered (Im)perfection, and City Centered), there’s a wide span but, in typical Anthro fashion, feels curated and personal. We’ve broken down down the three parts of the collection and shared our favorites below, but you can check out the entire look book here.
For those who believe that a lived-in home is one that is bursting with color, pattern, and personality, these maximalist pieces are calling your name. Designed with an eye toward layering, these items are meant to be bold yet thoughtful additions to your curated spaces. Think deep hues and rich textures, but not “fancy”—these pieces are meant to be played around with to achieve your own personal vision. The use of mixed prints also make these new pieces easy to incorporate into your current decor. This collection also incorporates pieces from the Paule Marrot collection we covered earlier this month.
Check out some of our favorite maximalist picks below (as seen in the image above), and browse the rest here.
Ada Inlay Three-Drawer Dresser, $1,698
Rose Wilder Vase, starts at $32
On the other end of the spectrum is the organic section of the collection, which is full of warm textures and colors inspired by nature. Airy and casual, these pieces are for those who feel most at home in spaces that bring the outside in. Put together, the organic line feels calm and natural, turning any space into an understated yet stylish sanctuary. It’s also an update on the all-white take on minimalism, with muted and earthy tones and unexpected silhouettes. If you typically associate neutrals with blandness, think again–this collection may be muted, but it’s nowhere close to boring.
Check out some of our favorite organic picks below (as seen in the image above), and browse the rest here.
Handwoven Chiara Rug, starts at $88
Amrita Basket, $138
Mumbai Dining Chair, $398
Nemus Dining Table, starts at $1,498
Sophistication and modernity abound in the City Centered collection, which imagines a calm retreat from city living. These pieces are meant to achieve a feeling of comfort and home in the midst of the unpredictability and, let’s be real, chaos inherent in an urban environment. With a focus on soft textures (check out the new linen bedding collection!) and darker, more subdued colors, this collection is for anyone who feels their homiest in spaces full of candlelight and conversation.
Check out some of our favorite urban contemporary picks below (as seen in the image above), and browse the rest here.
Celine Pot, starts at $24
Petra Tumbler, $14
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