Amber Lewis Dropped 17 New Anthropologie Products—Here’s What We’re Eyeing for Spring
Starting with a picnic-perfect utensil caddy.
Published Feb 18, 2022 1:04 AM
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For her latest Anthropologie collection, fan-favorite designer Amber Lewis is focusing on life’s simple pleasures: a sleek floor lamp wrapped in leather, candles with rattan lids, luxurious knitted blankets that will elevate lazy Sundays. So much so, that’s what she named the collection. Each of the 17 fresh finds, spanning condiment pots to curio cabinets, embodies her signature laid-back, California-cool aesthetic but also her attention to detail (even the stitching on the counter stool is pristine). Lean into the little moments that make a house feel like home with a few of our favorite picks from the launch.
The Picnic-Friendly Caddy
Meet our top pick. This ceramic utensil holder easily livens up any countertop, but the handle makes it perfect for a to-go situation. Use it to carry cutlery outside for a backyard dinner. The divide ensures that you’ll grab the right fork every time—something that can’t be said when you toss all your tools in a basket.
The Upgraded Basic
Leather isn’t just for dining-chair cushions or bachelor-pad sofas—it can be for lighting, too. Lewis added an edge to this traditional floor lamp silhouette by wrapping the base in the material, which will patina beautifully over time.
The Reflective Piece
We see your circular entryway mirror and raise you this whimsical one with scalloped edges for a fresh take on the curve trend. Plus it’s 42 inches tall, so ideal for last-minute outfit checks.
The Straightforward DIY
Give any room the Lewis treatment with a quick swap of a lampshade. These pleated beauties, available in three delicate floral patterns, can be placed on any existing lamp (or sconce).
The Binge-Watching Companion
Upgrade any movie night with this bubble-knit throw that’s large enough to comfortably cover both your arms and your feet (no cold toes here), and chic enough to be left on the sofa when the credits roll.