Anthropologie Wants to Make Your Home Look Like a Spanish Villa
A new collection offers the best of the Mediterranean.
Updated Sep 20, 2018 1:17 PM
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There’s your city apartment with its brick-wall view, and then there’s your romantic vacation house in Europe. They’ve always been two totally separate things, but now they don’t have to be. Soho House is making it even easier to get the look of its locations abroad at home. It’s teaming up with Anthropologie for a brand-new collection inspired by its London and Barcelona outposts. The pieces officially launched today, and if you constantly wish you were on the other side of the Atlantic, you’re going to love them.
While the members-only international club does have its own in-house decor line, fittingly dubbed Soho Home, its partnership with Anthro (which has been ongoing since 2017) makes its opulent designs more accessible. The Barcelona portion of the latest collaboration mimics the laid-back elegance of the Soho House there, which sits inside a peachy pink 18-century building in a historic square. Think: plush furniture in sunset hues; welcoming, curved silhouettes; and simple woven textiles.
The scalloped, Art Deco–esque Adriana collection, which includes a navy sofa, coral chair, and more, is a standout. We’d love to recline on the cushy velvet material and pretend we’re enjoying a plate of ham croquettes in the Mediterranean. The height of luxury. Other favorites: the mid-century–inspired Santiago armchair—perfect for taking a coffee break away from your desk—and the glass bud vases in the warm hues you’d come across on a vacation to Spain.
Of course, there’s a lot more to love from the 70-piece collection, which you can peruse at anthropologie.com. If a stay in one of Barcelona’s old-school hotels isn’t in the cards, this decor line is the next best thing.
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