Everything Under $50 We’re Craving From the Anthropologie Home Sale

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Anthropologie—otherwise known as the place where we shop when we’re on the hunt for pieces that look like they were sourced at some artisan flea market in Madrid (minus the plane ticket)—is having a sale. For a limited time, you can take an extra 25 percent off all the already-discounted items. And even better news? There are a ton of options priced under $50, so shopping on a budget has never been chicer.


Oo La La Undated Planner, $9.95

That’s right: Anthro is so much more than just intricately-designed mugs. They do office essentials too, and this colorful planner from the brand’s partnership with Illume is pretty perfect. It’s even undated, so there’s no rush to use it as soon as January hits.


Take Root Gardening Collection, $9.95-$14.95

From a watering can to two colorful pots, this stoneware collection is a more playful spin on traditional terra cotta planters. They’re made for inside use too, so you don’t have to say goodbye to greenery in the wake of winter.


Les Fleurs Mug, $9.95

Brighten up your mornings with these flower-printed mugs. Available in three colorways, they’re proof that florals really can work year round—at least in your kitchen.

Kintora Euro Sham, $39.95

Just in time for the upcoming colder months, this colorful quilt is sure to make those frigid winter mornings a little more cheery. They’re carefully made to be of the highest quality, too: According to Anthropologie, each one takes 72 hours and 60 hands to manufacture.


Ceres Cereal Bowl, $9.95

It may come in a simple cream hue, but this bowl is definitely not boring. The intricate embossed detailing and earthenware material make it feel elegant—a great option for anyone looking for everyday dinnerware that can double as something for a more formal dinner party.

Marie Mirror, $44.95

A more functional take on hanging your plates as wall art, these mirrors are designed to look like dinnerware. Choose your favorite print, or mix and match for a more eclectic feel.

Wynne Card Holder, $14.95

Never lose your MetroCard again by keeping it organized—along with any other loose cards—in this chic little leather holder. It’s even tiny enough to consolidate into your wallet, especially if you’re one of those people who hate having a million objects floating around in their bags (guilty).


Salma Mug, $9.95

If you’ve already started holiday shopping to get a head start on the upcoming season, add this mug to your list. It makes the perfect stocking stuffer or one-off gift for any mug collectors you may know.


Duo Inlay Cheese Board, $29.95

Both a holiday entertaining staple and fab hostess gift, cheese boards are a kitchen must-have. We love this marble and brass option, which includes a confetti-esque print for a playful touch.

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Elly Leavitt

Writer and Editor

Elly enjoys covering anything from travel to funky design (tubular furniture, anyone?) to the latest cultural trend. Her dream apartment would exist on the Upper West Side and include a plethora of mismatched antique chairs, ceramic vessels, and floor-to-ceiling bookcases—essential to her goal of becoming a poor man’s Nora Ephron. You can probably find her in line at Trader Joe’s. You will never find her at SoulCycle.