So much goodness in Anthropologie's new Spring collection.


The tie dye'esque circles on the flower-dyed Ardel pillows are made from silk hand dyed with natural colors extracted from flower petals, plants, and roots.

The muted shades of the pleated porcelain vases are the perfect compliment to the light porcelain material, suitable for displaying with or without flowers.

The Fern storage cabinet can transition from any room of the house and is right on trend with the mix of grey and natural woods and arched shape.

Made from food grade silicone, I have not seen these (what must be) new colors of Stasher sandwich bags before.

With so much time on our hands, learn something new by making something from the Kombucha, Kefir, and Natural Sodas book.

Participate in a virtual happy hour with the Lucy DOF glasses, a mix of matte and clear.

Anthropologie's latte bowls have been a staple for years to serve cereal and ice cream. But, excited to add these matte latte grain bowls in updated colors to my assortment.

The swirled drum coffee table was introduced last year, but feels new for Spring. Expect compliments when you next host guests with its unique material and chunky shape.

Pick up a few (any few) colors of the woven waffle throw blanket to have handy for chilly Spring porch nights. 

Update an interior light (maybe above the kitchen sink?) with the Tanner globe flush mount light.  The milky glass globe feels traditional and timeless, but the wood base brings it into 2020 and adds warmth.

Who wouldn't want to jump out of bed in the morning to start the day after sleeping in the optimistic yellow Soleil sheet set made from organic cotton percale?

Made to look like crocheted fabric, these woven cement pots make you do a double take.

The wide stripes and punchy colors of the Belmar striped indoor/outdoor bistro chair update this classic chair - use indoor or out.

Durable jute gets some color-block detail in the Yvette pommel jute rug.

Water hyacinth vases in fun bulbous shapes and pastel hues pair with geometric greenery just so.

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