10 things we learned from the new anthropologie catalog
the new anthropologie catalog is giving us goals--and ideas.
Published Sep 28, 2016 6:00 AM
written by ANNA KOCHARIAN
With a new season comes new collections, ideas, and sources of inspiration for the home. Cozy textures, moody color schemes filtered with the bold and the bright, and exotically-sourced design elements we simply can’t wait to bring into our spaces. Here, we dive into the freshly minted pages of Anthropologie’s latest catalog, and share 10 things we learned from it. See for yourself!
There is no pattern too bold or too loud when it comes to a graphically upholstered sofa. This monochrome vision, courtesy of a dynamic black and white scheme proves that a lack of color is about as timelessly elegant as it gets.
Floral wallpapers are here to stay, and this season, it’s all about size. Contrasting summer’s light and delicate palette, fall is about embracing the more moodier tones. An all-black backdrop sets the scene for the contrasting tones of the bright whites and blushes of the florals on this graphic wallpaper.
An intricately graphic wallpaper doesn’t necessarily mean foregoing color or pattern for the remainder of the decor. In this elegant scene, an equally vibrant and detailed sofa emulates the saturated elements of the wallpaper surround, while a more neutrally-clad sofa and rug answer to the more delicate, and balancing details of the room.
We absolutely need an apartment with crown moldings. In the meantime, a pair of these mellow yellow, trellis-woven chairs (with a stunning brass detail) will do.
Our dining room desperately needs pink chairs. We can’t think of a better (and more convincing) argument than this contemporary scene featuring a reserved color palette, lustrous brass details, and a luxuriously cozy landing pad.
We’re promptly filing this one under dream bedroom. A lucite, four-poster bed is about as dreamy as it gets. Throw in a luxe bench and all-white bedding, and we’ll be ready to move in.
Mid-century modern furnishings were made for classically-detailed rooms. Case in point? This anachronistic scene proves that something as simple as a style juxtaposition can instantly elevate the decor of a room.
A statement piece isn’t a statement piece lest it comes in both a vibrant color way and an elegant material. Deep emerald velvet, we’re looking at you. This refining setting not only couples a slew of contrasting hues, but showcases the complementary nature of each of the elements of the room.
Balance the look out with luxe brass furnishings in the form of coffee or sides tables and lighting.
The boho chic aesthetic is getting a mid-century mod revamp, and we couldn’t love it more. If this beautifully curated bedroom taught us anything, it’s that woven textures and a neutrally-sourced backdrop were made for one another.