3 Fall Trends We Spotted in Anthropologie’s New Collection
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Published Aug 16, 2019 7:00 AM
You don’t have to pack up your beach towel quite yet, but it doesn’t hurt to have one eye on the future. Before we know it, we’ll be knee-deep in cozy blankets and colorful candles. But if you think your fall decor has to be pumpkin spiced, think again. Anthropologie just launched its autumn collection, and the trends the brand is getting behind are a far cry from the usual burnt orange clichés. From fresh furniture silhouettes to groovy colors, here are the looks we’re most excited about:
Introducing the cold-weather alternative to summer’s rattan peacock chairs. From bentwood furniture frames to woven leather that perfectly mimics cane’s texture, we’re seeing the next generation of the material come to life. The backing on this green sofa is reason alone to consider a new couch.
We called it: This color is having a serious moment. A grown-up alternative to Gen-Z yellow and a reprieve from the bright oranges that usually plague the season, the moody hue has staying power. Bring it home in small doses—try a new dinner plate set or a quilt to switch up your bedding.
Yes, all furniture is intrinsically 3-D, but these pieces take sculptural silhouettes to the next level. Subtle grooves and indentations make a regular armchair and console, respectively, that much more special.
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