Thursday, September 15, 2016

Best of boho picks from Anthropologie fall home collection

Anthropologie released its new fall house and home collection this week, so I thought I'd give you the best-of-boho-home-decor highlights, according to me.


First up, my furniture faves


Needless to say, all these are in the "dream on" category for me. But they're glorious to behold and might be just what you're looking for.

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Meet the Handcarved Frond Bed, making good on the nature/greenery trend in full swing this year. Intertwined palm fronds are rendered in brass (another trend!) and mango wood, and the bed is available in queen and king sizes.


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The Oscarine Lucite Four-Poster Bed is a dreamy extension of all those ghost chairs and Lucite curtain rods making their rounds. Trimmed in gleaming cast brass ensures it will still be seen, though. Available in king and queen, as well as in a headboard-and-frame version without the posts.


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The Rug-Printed Darcy Daybed is done in cotton velvet on a hardwood frame. A similarly patterned, standard bed, the Orianna, is available in three colorways, from full-size to California king.


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My hands-down favorite is the Handwoven Silk Carpet Ottoman done in 100-percent silk on a brass and iron frame and available in two colorways. I'm partial to the blue and green, pictured in the foreground of the picture on the left, but I wouldn't turn up my nose at the red and white, by any means. Both are GORGEOUS, but priced at nearly $3,500 they'll go on my "Things to Buy if I Ever Win the Lottery" list.


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The Lombok Armoire carries on the Anthro artisan tradition, handcarved in mango wood. The description says the lacey-patterned doors make a lively pattern play when they catch the sun. Wouldn't it be cool to see the mandala pattern bounce around your bedroom when you lie down for a dreamy afternoon nap?


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Just as dreamy, but in a fairytale kind of way, is the Land and Sky Buffet, handcarved in poplar. I love the assymetric look of the piece with the knotty tree trunks making up the lefthand legs and the deer's hooves adding four righthand legs. 


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For those of you who take your boho with a dose of glam, the Velvet Kettleby Tete-a-Tete plays on a few trends: daybeds, "statement" seating, and VELVET, which, honestly, is a classic in and of itself. This one's available in 19 colors for your seating and eye pleasure, and the two-inch-high oak-finished legs are removable.


Next are exotic, fun wovens


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The big news is the collection of Boucharouette Wall Art handwoven in Morocco of cotton and polyester. I've only pictured six here, but there are 22 patterns to choose from, each in a single size. Widths range from 30 to 55 inches, while lengths range from 51 to 102 inches, depending on the style you choose. Prices start at $440 and top out at $820.


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More in my price range are these new pillows, and you can never have enough of those, right? At left are the Heradia Pillows, which are my favorites. They're done on embroidered slubbed cotton with hand-applied acrylic and nylon embellishments. The Mercado Global Pillows at right are cute, too, if you're into the black-and-white aesthetic. They're done in cotton brocade by Guatemalan artisans. I love the little pop of red in the tassels!


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The Heradia Throw, which coordinates with those cute-as-can-be pillows, measures a big 50-by-70 inches. The throw itself is cotton, and the tassels are wool. Other embroidery and embellishment is done in polyester. It comes in charcoal (shown) or ivory and coordinates with the Heradia pillows pictured above. I can see them all working together to dress a pretty boho bed, but I'm thinking of them for my living room. Maybe on my Christmas wishlist?


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The Embroidered Argenta Duvet is cotton chambray in a soft blue. I remember having a blue chambray workshirt in high school that I embroidered with flowers. It got softer and softer every time I wore it. That would certainly be the case with this set. It comes in twin through king sizes. Matching standard and Euro shams are available separately.


Feeling a little light-headed?


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Maybe a vacation would help to some mysterious boho clime. But if that's not in the cards for you, there's still the Alcazar Pendant. I always say, If you can't go to Morocco, bring Morocco to you, which is S.O.P. on my budget. Even the cord is gilted (so you don't have to be, HAH)! The pendant is made to be hardwired and comes in antiqued copper (shown) or brass.


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If you're more romantic boho or shabby chic, the Flutter Pendant is made to order. It also must be hardwired and comes in three delicious shades: teal, blush and clear. I love how it looks against the white tile in this photo and think it could be oh-so-cute in a bath or even multiples over a kitchen island. Sweet!!


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I'm thinkin' this Cactus Light just could be the answer to my cacti-growing dilemma here in the too-wet summers and too-gray winters of the Midwest US. It's molded vinyl, measures 15 inches high, and uses an LED bulb. And there's no thorns!! 


Green with envy or just plain stoned?


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Anthro's got you covered with all sorts of swirly, marblelicious stuff, including the Malachite Rug, which comes in five sizes and two colors (green and gold). It's already sold out in one of those sizes, so if it strikes a vein with you (yuck-yuck), don't wait.


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These cuties I can see brightening up my own home office, or better yet a dressing table! How 'bout that Even-Handed Desk Clip? The base looks like malachite but is made of glass and fiberboard. The matching Malachite Trinket Dish is a must-have go-with for all your desk-like or pretty-up what-nots. The malachite pattern in this one is enamel on metal.


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Nobody does cute decorative pottery like Anthro, and these new offerings are no exception. Clockwise from top left, choose from the Jovana Soap Dish in three yummy patterns (also make great trinket dishes!), the Kupio Handpainted Vases (sold as a set of three), the Dottie Honey-Pot (love the crackled glaze), and the Imaginaria Figurines (ranging in price from $20 to $38).

You can be that Imaginaria cat is already on MY Christmas list.


Finally, get organized!


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Let the Ziggy Basket help. At a full 23 inches high and 17 inches in diameter, it would work great as a hamper in bath, bedroom or laundry room. But if you think it's too pretty to hide, it would also hold throws, pillows, games and such in your living area. It's made of cotton and rope. Don't you love the blocked printting and the topstitching?


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Last but not least is this clever Wooden Book Rack made of oak and waxed cotton string by artisans in Reykjavik, Iceland. Brrrrrr. I'm loving the idea of displaying some of my smaller, well-crafted books this, but the $168 price tag leaves me cold and shivering, like the land it came from.

Surely some of you DIY geniuses out there will come up with some low-cost knock-offs. I even included the detail photos so you could see how it's made. I might even put Mr. Chris to work on this one. I'd like mine done in cherry, I think... Hey Chris, honey-sweetie-pie...



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