LIBERTY FOR ANTHROPOLOGIE: DISTINCTIVE BRITISH PRINTS DEBUT

by Marisa Marcantonio


A design mainstay in 1920's England, Liberty of London's distinctive colorful prints still remain beloved and iconic today. Long adored for their depictions of mini floral paisley, Art Nouveau and abstract motifs, they are making their way onto furniture and decor in a new collaboration with Anthropologie. No headbands or egg cozies here, but juicy all-over prints making their way onto furniture, bedding, stationery, dining and entertaining pieces. The furniture is the most exciting and directional of the collection, with 12 modern and vintage-inspired pieces covered in bold and imaginative prints making their debut in the US. Find the 40-piece collaboration featuring 18 archival prints in select Anthropologie stores and online. Ahead, my favorite pieces in the collection. 

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Geo Paradise Garden Angelina Sofa

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Feather Bloom Edlyn Sofa

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Feather Bloom Edlyn Cocktail Ottoman

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Feather Bloom Amoret Swivel Chair

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Feather Fan Angelina Sofa

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Feather Fan Edlyn Bench

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Embroidered Feather Bloom Shams

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Nina Taylor Sheets