Anthropologie has often been my go-to source for modern global pieces that are dripping with style. Like many designers, I get downright giddy when they release their new catalogue and the Fall collection does not disappoint! One thing I have always loved about Anthropologie is their use of carved, embossed and textural elements that really make a piece feel unique and crafted with care. While browsing their new items I saw a lot of jewel tones, elegant curves in furniture and lighting, and even some soft pastels - it looks like mauve and dusty rose are here to stay! There are quite a few decorative elements added to the pieces as well, like intricate geometric patterns, carving and bone inlay. I love how their furniture + decor can be used in a modern, bohemian or whimsical home. They nail it every damn time.

Here is a roundup of some of my favorite pieces from the Fall collection!

Anthropologie Home Fall Collection Roundup // Jordan Interiors  // Modern Eclectic Design

01 // How cool are these Anchorage Side Tables? They have a very sculptural quality and I’m digging the white hardwood look.

02 // The Denver Sofa is a great option if you are looking for a neutral sofa but want a little bit of whimsy.

03 // The beautiful patina detail on the hardware of the Isoke Nightstand is my favorite part about this piece. Zoom in on it and you’ll see what I mean!

04 // With a generous 14” x 40” size, the Naylei Pillow is all you would need to decorate your bed!

05 // I have followed Semikah Textiles for a while and I’m happy to see Anthropologie supporting a small business. Veronica has a drop dead gorgeous home that you definitely need to take a peek at!

06 // The Tapestry Cane Chair just makes me smile. I love the minimal frame and the black + white global pattern they used for the cushions. I could definitely see myself curling up in this chair with a book!

07 // The contrast of the warm rattan and the black oak top on this Crosshatched Side Table gives me allll the feels. It takes a very boho piece and gives it a modern edge.

08 // If I was going for a beachy global living room, this Peruvian Stripe Sectional would be my first choice for the space. It’s low slung profile and plump cushions are just begging for you to take a siesta.

09 // Anthropologie’s description of the Agnes Pendant is too good to try and paraphrase on my own: “Woven from natural raffia, this impeccably crafted piece is inflected with a modern, bohemian edge that elevates any space.”

10 // This Effie Tripod Chair stopped me mid-scroll. It has Kelly Wearstler vibes for a fraction of the cost and the upholstery pattern is insanely cool.

11 // In ikat style rugs I am often drawn to softer color and lines over punchy, bold motifs. The color gradation and almost blurred pattern edges put this Tufted Ari rug high on my list of global prospects.

12 // I really like the hammered brass finish on these Amalfi Vases and that they work beautifully together - it takes the guess work out of finding a pair of vases!


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