Anthropologie furniture and decor are 30% off during the Spring Decorating Event — but not for much longer

Need to do some sprucing up? Anthropologie's Spring Decorating Event can help

Anthropologie furniture and decor, including vases and an ottoman, for spring
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Anthropologie's Spring Decorating Event is slashing prices up to 30%, and discounts are available for every rooms of your house. However, you're going to have to act quickly — the savings are only around until March 26, so now is not the time to be indecisive. 

If you're looking for an interior refresh, Anthropologie furniture and decor will breathe new life into your space and add a gorgeous boho flair to boot. 

It's hard to resist an Anthropologie sale, especially coming into a new season when there are plenty of opportunities to get creative. Have a look at some enticing finds and get ready to do some sprucing up around your abode.

Anthropologie's Spring Decorating Event

The new spring Anthropologie homeware is a delicate and feminine mixture of florals and all-things green.

"Anthropologie's inspired palette brings forth an opportunity to infuse your home with the richness of nature's hues, making a stylish statement that resonates throughout the year," designer Nina Lichtenstein previously told Real Homes

Why not use the Anthropologie furniture and accents below as an opportunity to bring some of the outdoors in? After a long winter, who could blame you for wanting to embrace signs of spring?

What to shop

Peruse the transitional home decor picks from Anthro and get ready for a fun makeover to bloom. While you're at it, there are other spring home decor ideas to complement your purchase, so why not enjoy a little looksie?

Planning ahead? Anthropologie x Alexandra Farmer is a playful and vibrant new line you'll love for outdoor entertaining this summer, with dining and decor picks starting at just $7. Who's ready to venture al fresco?

Danielle Valente
Content Editor

Pleasure to meet you! I'm Danielle, a content editor at Real Homes who loves scoping out interior trends. I've specialized in lifestyle writing and editing for 10 years with a focus on events, food, and books, among other areas. When I'm not working, I'm usually cooking, reading, or searching for a new project for my apartment.