Anthropologie’s Table Lamps and Designer Bedding Keep Us Coming Back
But the new-arrivals section is our first stop every time.
Updated May 24, 2023 11:20 AM
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Vibrant floral prints, relaxed silhouettes, ruffled edges—these are all details we’ve come to expect from Anthropologie, and that’s not only when it comes to its clothing. The eclectic brand’s home decor is a Domino editor and reader go-to, especially for vintage-inspired gifts, well-made furniture and decor, and cheerful dinnerware. Plus sought-after collaborations with interior designers like Amber Lewis and Matilda Goad stock its shelves next to one-of-a-kind vases by lesser-known ceramic studios and artists. There are all sorts of beloved brands peppered in, too, including the recent addition of Bed Threads and Business & Pleasure Co. And through May 29, everything is up to 40% off for Memorial Day. So grab a cart and take a spin through our of-the-moment picks from the retailer, below—the mix includes everything from our all-time favorite quilts to the freshest drops for summer and discounted hidden gems.
Our Anthropologie Short List
After combing through the 1,000-plus styles included in Anthropologie’s Memorial Day sale, we plucked our favorite discounted finds. Highlights include a classic teak-frame beach chair, one of our go-to bathroom cabinet recommendations for over-the-toilet storage, and a darling quartet of mini martini glasses. And we made sure to update the pricing of all products found throughout this guide.
New and Seasonal Arrivals
As a part of its latest drop, we noticed a few summer-friendly brands added to Anthropologie’s assortment this year—a cooler–slash–picnic basket from Sunnylife, Business & Pleasure Co. fringe-trimmed umbrellas, and Recess pickleball paddles, for starters. But we also clocked a plethora of eye-catching tableware, like an extravagant platter fashioned in the shape of a seashell and timeless woven outdoor furniture from sister brand Terrain.
While Anthropologie’s own line of textured quilts and linens is a bedding gold mine, it’s the limited-edition collaborations that catch our eye time and time again. Case in point: Amber Lewis’s Rosebury quilt is the perfect blend of cottagecore and Cali-cool vibes. You might also be surprised to discover a handful of Domino-vetted bedding brands on sale—Cozy Earth comforters, Coyuchi blankets and sheets, Pom Pom at Home sets, and Matteo duvets can all now be purchased there.
Lighting and Lampshades
From pleated drums to all-velvet floor lamps, Anthropologie’s lighting selection may be just as strong as its bedding range. With options rated for installs both indoors and out (hello, rainproof rattan), don’t skip the retailer if you’re in the market for a sconce or flush-mount replacement. Designer-approved brands can also be had, including Verner Panton’s iconic Flowerpot.
Tabletop and Cookware
Here, you’ll find chic candles, svelte taper holders, sumptuous serveware, and vintage-passing glassware (including from the likes of Crow Canyon Splatterware and Estelle’s rose-hinted coupes). Anthropologie also has everything else you need to set the table in style. Our top pick? Bed Threads’s scalloped napkins and placemats.
Trinkets and Vintage-Inspired Decor
Anthropologie carries a trove of dainty trinkets and decor—think: the vibes of your local antiques store. There are more than 300-plus hand-painted vases, planters, and ornamental mirrors (including the viral gilded Primrose) to choose from, so we helped narrow things down to a few top-rated buys.