Anthropologie reveals its dreamy spring/summer home collections

Organic textures, global influences and plenty of pattern shine through as the lifestyle brand unveils its latest looks and products for the home - prepare to be inspired...

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If you’re mad about interiors, crazy for colour, and have a penchant for pattern like we do are over at Period Living and Real Homes HQ, then you’ll know just how excited we were when the new Anthropologie home look book dropped into our inbox.

Bringing together six key trends, the stunning SS18 collection offers a dazzling array of statement furniture, lighting, soft textiles and accessories perfect for mixing and matching to achieve an eclectic boho-chic interior.

With trends ranging from the rustic and textured Organic Crafted and Updated Global, to the refined and whimsical Modern Luxe and Dream Pattern, with plenty of exclusive artisan ranges thrown in, the collection is a real cornucopia of style offering pieces for all tastes and budgets. 

Introducing the six key looks for spring/ summer...


Natural materials and fibres such as rattan, wool, cotton and glazed terracotta combine with a neutral, earthy palette to create a calming take on Anthropologie’s signature boho-chic look. 

Choose from statement hand-crafted rattan beds, chunky woven rugs and tassel-laden accessories.

The trend also encompasses Anthropologie’s new Pure collection - softly sculpted ceramics with simple silhouettes that nod to Mid-century design.

Tracey Boyd Odetta nightstand, £798; Kinsella Rattan bed, £1,800; Pommed Kimbra quilt, £298; Sunday Market wall art, £558; Pommed Kimbra pillowcases, £48-£68; Tufted Sonora rug, £428.

Tymberly dining chair, £468; Lilibet rug, £398; Karuma collection, £12-£98; Farina collection, £18.

Pure Colorado vases, from £14 to £28


The biomorphic silhouettes of classic cocktail chairs are revived with vibrant fabrics and embroidery, 70s-inspired sideboards are given a sleek white edge, and vintage-style armchairs are brought into the 21st century with sumptuous jewel tones.

Imagined World Accent chair £598; Flowers In A Black Vase wall art, £668.


Continuing its reputation for seeking out hot creative talent, Anthropologie’s SS18 range also sees a launch of several exclusive collections designed especially for the brand by exciting artists and artisans from across the globe. 

StoryTiles tableware

StoryTiles Side plate, £14; Narrative platter, £36; Narrative mug, £12

Cathy Terepocki ceramics

Ontario mug, £14; Ontario bowl, £16; Ontario bowl, £30, Ontario platter, £42, Ontario side plate, £14; Ontario dinner plate, £22.


Designed to ‘add a bit of the unexpected to the everyday’, Anthropologie’s ‘Dream Pattern’ trend teams sprawling decorative motifs and unusual colour combinations with plenty of pastels, metallics and iridescent finishes to bring of touch of whimsy to interiors.

Chroma bubble pendant, £198; Sienna dining chair, £598.

Perrie Bar Cabinet; Shenandoah wall art, £428, Ballarat vase, £38; Optic carafe, £32.


Anchored by Anthropologie's wide range of geometric soft textiles and upholstery inspired by handcrafted global textiles, this look offers statement pieces for injecting abstract pattern and bright, earthy colours into the home. 

Deja chair, £468; Brass Inlay dining table, £1,598; Lara candelabra, £38-£148; Faceted Metal vase, £58; Zoysia dinnerware collection, £12- £18; Textured Rhombus rug, £258-£1,498.

Greta Tasselled pillow, £68; Tufted Rayas pillow, £78; Embellished Shape Study pillow, £68-£98; Woven Poppie throw blanket, £108; Tufted Inaya rug, £158-£398; Tasselled Nadia cushion, £48-£68.

Sun Porch pot, £26-£42; Wicker Pillar, £38; Spotted ceramic vase, £48.

6. Modern Luxe

Anthropologie’s spring collection is studded with glamorous pieces for a contemporary interior. Think furniture with elegant curves, sleek tapered legs, shimmering metallic surfaces and sumptuous velvets, combined with elegant glass pendants and glitzy chandeliers. 

Elowen chair, £398; Tufted Foliage rug, £258-£1198.