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A few weeks ago I found myself in the London Regents Street store of Anthropologie and let me just say, I fell in love with this place. I could have made a little home for myself right there, amongst the brightly patterned quilts, cosy armchairs and eclectic decor.
The shop is dominated by a massive 3 storey living wall and all around are cosy little corners set up with sofas and vintage suitcases as coffee tables. Leafy green fern plants, cacti and succulents are dotted all around in Victorian glass cloches and quirky containers which gives the shop a welcoming, homely feel... and the home-ware department is just to die for, all mosaic patterned and printed china (I found myself umming and aahing over little coral ramekins before deciding that I didn't really need them), woven rugs, embroidered cushions, a huge old wood trestle table and beautiful glassware. It really is my ideal interior decor!
One thing that struck me as I was wondering around, in awe, was that you can get this look for a whole lot cheaper just by hitting up the jumble sales, charity shops and car boots for quirky oddities, and trust me when I own a home of my own I will be doing just that (but maybe with a little help from Anthropologie!)
In particular I loved the jewellery range, and although it's not cheap, they really are statement, eclectic pieces that will add so much to an outfit. Here's my favourites:
Turqouise Orbita Necklace £48.00 // Daisy Field Earring £24.00
Tasselled Strands Necklace £48.00 // Citrus Splice Drops £28.00
Fanned Raffia Pendant £48.00 // Buba Citrine Velvet Cuff £118.00
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