Anthropologie

Alexis Parent’s Porch Party

Fairfield designer Alexis Parent imagines the perfect porch room, just in time for summer.

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10 Life-Changing Luxuries

By Catie Parrish The average person spends a third of his or her life sleeping, so we invest in high-quality…

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Friday Favorites 08/23/2013

Erin Marvin, Associate Editor Anthropologie is usually my go-to place for flowy frocks and pretty accessories, but their house and…

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Liz Stiving-Nichols: Design to Dye For

Overdyed, dip-dyed, ombré, oh my! From fabric to rugs, furniture, fashion…and (gasp) even hair, it seems everywhere you look today something…

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Notes From the Field: All Mixed Up

By Cheryl Katz My mother’s guiding design principle both in terms of fashion and interiors was that “things should always…

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Designer Snapshot: Sharp Contrast

By Paula M. Bodah When I first spoke with designer Liz Caan, who was featured in Perspectives in our July/August issue,…

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Marni Elyse Katz: Geometry Lesson

In yesterday’s blog post, contributing editor Cheryl Katz discussed the most essential building block of design: the line. Today, I’m…

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Friday Favorites 11/4/2011

Erin Marvin, Managing Editor I love the modern femininity of this Calliopsis shade from Anthropologie. White felted flowers wrap around…

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Friday Favorites 8/19/2011

Kyle Hoepner, Editor-in-Chief If ever there were sculptures perfectly suited for the somewhat soft-hearted editor of a home-design magazine, they…

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Clinton Ross Smith: Design in Bloom

I’m totally obsessed with flowers right now. I think it all started last fall with Stella McCartney‘s tutti-frutti dress that…

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Linda Merrill: Upholstery, the Value Proposition

Hello, my name is Linda and I am a fabric addict. I just love it all–the colors, the textures, the…

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