My two favourite shops have come together to bring us a Liberty collection at Anthropologie. I could not be more excited & I may have actually shrieked when I got the email (I did). My husband is the best in the world because before I even knew that the items had hit the shops he went to Anthropologie and picked up a couple of items for my birthday. How lucky am I!? There are, however, many other lovely things in the collection that I want to share with you, so here are my favourites…
These cute coat pegs are currently on offer at $13.50 and Anthropologie are also offering free shipping at the moment, with no minimum spend.
This Wilshire Garden teacup is $14 and I would have snapped this up had I been at home with all my lovely garden party tea wares. Alas, it is not necessary in my NYC apartment (sans garden).
This mug was one of the items I was lucky enough to get for my birthday. It comes in three colours (the teacup above only comes in one, which is unlike Anthropologie). It’s a great size; not too big, not too dainty, and it has a beautiful gold handle, making it feel super fancy.
These napkins are beautiful and I would be too scared to use (and stain) them, I think! But you do get a set of 4 for $24. Maybe they could just be brought out for tea parties (but there would be no jam allowed). I like how the fabric looks like good quality and how the print isn’t “typical” Liberty. I also love mismatched things.
Up next is another item that my husband bought for my birthday; a candle. The jars are beautiful and I will definitely be using mine long after the candle has left us. The one I have is called Wilshire Berry and is scented with pomegranate and cassis. I’d like to get the other two, also. Especially the William Morris Strawberry Thief (one of my all-time favourite prints). Strawberry thief is scented with sparkling pear and the Peacock orchid is scented with Lemon leaf sea salt. Once again these items are “mismatched” with he body of the jar being a different print to the lid. I could look at these all day.
I couldn’t choose which of these aprons to share so I thought I’d share all three. Aren’t they wonderful? Only $32! Although good luck choosing only one!
Now on to homewares… I’ll take one of each, please. But seriously. Everything is beautiful. But if I *had* to choose…
I’ll take the Nina Taylor sheet set, please! $178 (Queen size) is way out of our price range for sheets at the moment, but I can still look and admire.
This embroidered decorative bed pillow is so beautiful. The colours, the embroidery… stunning. $58. The matching duvet cover is going on my “if I win the lottery list” at $268. It’s absolutely beautiful.
There are no words for how beautiful this wallpaper is. I’m not sure it would look good in my tiny apartment, however. $168/roll.
I’ll be keeping an eye on this ottoman-bench in the sale, if it doesn’t sell out!
This beautiful quilt features one of my favourite prints, by William Morris. It’s called Strawberry Thief and I’ll also be keeping an eye on this item in case it goes on sale. $268.
My final pick is this wonderful Feather fan Angelina chair. I think it would look perfect in our apartment, but I’m not sure the husband would agree with me. The print is perfect and the chair looks perfectly cozy for curling up and reading The New Yorker.
So there are my favourite things from the Liberty for Anthropologie collection. I hope you found something that you like and if you’ve bought something please comment and let me know what you picked.
Happy Thursday! x