Wednesday, July 29, 2009


If you are always in search of floral prints, patterns and accessories, than Anthropologie is just the place for you. I always try to swing by the Rockefeller Center store when I get the chance. Their incredible window displays vary from store to store so you never know what kind of artful creations you will encounter.
I recently perused their website and came up with some madcap floral finds for fall. For those that want to bring nature inside, this is the perfect low maintenance indoor garden.

The crazy colors and pixelated flower pattern in the Dotswold wallpaper, are named after blooms found in the Cotswolds.

Gloria's Garden, a tufted wool rug, is almost to pretty to walk on. The British have understood the power of classic flower pattern for wallpaper and chintz for years, and this one is as good as the originals.

The Conservatory Chair is charming, embroidered with floral sprigs. The randomness of the flowers in the pattern gives it a look all its own.

If a European, more Kenzo sort of floral strikes your fancy, there is the Antwerp Chair.

Set your table with Verdant Acres dinnerware, a pattern I have been coveting all summer!

The Lorraine Headboard, and Anthropologie signature, is updated seasonally with an ikat floral print.

The Joyeux Garden Chandelier combines tole and blown glass for a charming fixture. And it's on sale!

Seed Packet Pillows with a black ground has a subtle sophistication.

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