Hold everything: If you loved Anthropologie for its pretty ceramics or textured pillows, consider your summer decor sorted. The company announced today that it would be releasing its first ever outdoor collection—but don’t expect plastic chairs and standard rattan pieces. Instead, Anthro is launching weather-resistant pieces based on its most popular designs. Think intricately carved seating, boho chic jute baskets, Palm Beach-inspired chairs, and even delicate light fixtures—so basically everything you already love about Anthropolgie, but now for your outdoor space.
But the collection isn’t limited to just furniture: The line will also feature everything from pretty tablescapes and outdoor pillows to stylish rugs and planters. This new collection will formally launch on March 30, and customers will get the full summer journal with all the pieces on April 12.
A few silhouettes the company is taking inspiration from include its selection of boho cushions (the tufted edges look perfect on a white backdrop), the upholstered Melanie Terai folding chair, and a sleek marble and brass coffee table. The line will also include an exclusive, 20-piece capsule collection from UK designer Tracey Boyd, whose travel-inspired decor always gives us major wanderlust.
Anthro’s new take on the outdoors is a definite shift from other outdoor collections we’ve seen of late, such as Ikea’s super colorful option and Chip and Jo’s new Mother’s Day-inspired line. While those selections range more bright and colorful or textured neutrals, the Anthropologie line goes a bit more high-end with classic silhouettes and fun color combinations, proving that the brand isn’t straying too far from its signature boho chic style.
If you just can’t wait and want your hands on some of the items right now, though, good news: A limited collection is available to shop in the Outdoor section of the company’s website. It features a selection of melamine plates, cool geometric stools, and a number of colorful, textured pillows and couches. And, of course, it wouldn’t be spring without some florals, of which the collection boasts plenty.
This move seems to be just another way Anthro is launching itself as a complete home brand—while it already has an outdoor line, Terrain (which has the prettiest spring collection as well), the company is increasing its reach by partnering with Nordstrom and having select home options on sale in several Nordstrom stores across the country. The classy outdoor pieces offer a new take on warm weather entertaining, and allow you to truly bring your signature style to the patio.
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