Anthro’s New Collection Will Turn Your Home Into a Parisian Pied-à-Terre
Courtesy of the coolest French girl.
Updated Aug 28, 2019 10:44 AM
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There are cool French girls and put-together Parisians and then there’s Paule Marrot. Loved for her upbeat style and fanciful pattern work, the trailblazing textile designer blossomed from the mid-1920s to the early seventies, working for esteemed clients like the British royal family and Jackie Kennedy. Now, Marrot serves as Anthropologie’s newest muse for a dreamy capsule collection of vibrant home decor, and we couldn’t be more thrilled.
Drawing on Marrot’s archival prints of bold fauna and florals, the fashion-forward brand has reimagined the Bordeaux-born designer’s sense of whimsy with a new line of inspired home decor. From dining essentials to bedding staples, the collection is the early slice of spring we’ve been craving.
Transform your home into a Paris pied-a-terre with these six magical finds from Anthropologie x Paule Marrot.
Amoret Swivel Chair, Anthropologie ($1,398)
A summer afternoon spent strolling through an open field of daisies, captured in the comfort of a seriously dreamy swivel chair.
Butterflies Coaster, Anthropologie ($8)
Set down a cold glass of lemonade without fearing that you’ll leave a pesky watermark behind.
Embroidered Posies Pillow, Anthropologie ($54)
Snoozing on a lazy Sunday or napping in the garden? Your bed will never know the difference.
Butterfly Pitcher, Anthropologie ($48)
Promise the start of an early spring by bringing this scene of fluttering butterflies and friendly birds to the tablescape.
Pied-A-Terre Sofa, Anthropologie ($2,598)
Pink sofas are our favorite living room eye candy, but this botanical rendition takes the classic to a new level with leafy greens.
Squirrel Wallpaper, Anthropologie ($148)
Whether for the nursery or home office, this bold backdrop is guaranteed to make a happy statement with its familiar lineup of forest creatures and blossoming flora.
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