Just when we were preparing to pack our bags and abscond to a far-flung tropical destination, Anthropologie's spring catalog dropped, reminding us not to despair—warmer weather is indeed on the way. Featuring rich colors, lush patterns, and nature-inspired textures, the brand's seasonal home décor line, appropriately deemed The Life Within, boasts enough spring-ready interior inspiration to make the count down to March 20 infinitely more bearable.
From affordable accents to investment-worthy furniture pieces, each thoughtfully curated item in Anthropologie's spring line emulates the brand's signature ability to lend an organic, lived-in quality to an otherwise polished space. "A lived-in home—one that exudes charm and personality—is at the heart of our new collection," explains Andrew Carnie, the Co-President of Anthropologie, in a press release dedicated to the launch of the line. "It's our most expressive yet, allowing you to convey yourself in entirely new and unexpected ways." With maximalism on the rise, Anthropologie's new, expressive collection is way ahead of the curve.
To report on the emerging trends the home décor authority is backing this spring, we culled the collection's 1000 new arrivals so you don't have to. (Although, trust us, you're going to want to.) Ahead are the only spring trends you need to know, according to the pages of Anthropologie's latest catalog.
Ceramics in Organic Shapes
If Anthropologie's spring collection is any indication, the handcrafted ceramics trend isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Look for organic shapes, which bring that coveted lived-in vibe to any tablescape, whether you're setting the table for everyday dining or hosting an al fresco dinner party. Just add fresh sprigs of greenery to the brand's new Mia Vase to curate a casual centerpiece.
Floral patterns for spring are a given, but Anthropologie's latest line features products that nod to the beauty of nature without falling into the tried-and-true trope of the season. Among our favorite new additions is the Paule Marrot Amoret Swivel Chair, which pairs a modern shape with a tiny floral pattern resulting in a retro-inspired piece that's undeniably fresh.
Natural-Fiber Light Fixtures
Anthropologie is practically synonymous with bohemian wares, so the brand's endorsement of natural-fiber light fixtures for spring comes as no surprise. This season, the home authority's lighting range includes pieces made using textured jute and handcrafted ombre beads, however, we have our eyes set on the Imarni Chandelier, which features details comprised of carved coconuts.
When it comes to wallpaper, the bolder the better. This spring, Anthropologie's range of tropical-inspired prints are not for the color averse. Embrace your inner maximalist by styling a space that pairs bold wallpaper with patterned furniture, as the retailer did in this catalog, or take a minimalist's approach by styling an accent wall with neutral furnishings.