Gorgeous! Liberty London for Anthropologie

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There is a shining bright spot at Anthropologie right now, and it is the store’s collaboration with Liberty London. Known for its cheerful florals and unabashed use of bright colors, it’s hard not to get cheery looking at all the cute items born of this productive relationship.

Anthropologie is certainly not the first store Liberty has collaborated with but it might be the best fit to date. I’m delighted that this London-based store is getting so much love in the USA!

My wishlist from this collaboration is as long they get! At the top is the Embroidered Feather Bloom Bedding Set ($58-$258). My boyfriend and I watch “Two and Half Men” as a guilty pleasure and we’re always laughing at how Chelsea decorates Charlie’s bed with floral bedding he can’t stand…well, my boyfriend is probably laughing but I’m secretly thinking “Oh yes, this Liberty London for Anthro bedding set will be mine. And it will be on our bed! Mwahahah.

Then my boyfriend must subconsciously catch me thinking this. He gives me a funny look, and all I can do is innocently smile back at him. He probably knows I’m up to something!

But does he know that I’d also like to get the incredibly cute Cheese Spreader Set ($38) from the collaboration? And probably then the Geo Paradise Garden Cheese Board ($58) too? Or that in my dreams we’d be sitting on the Feather Bloom Edlyn Sofa ($2798) which our cats would magically never claw or scratch while propping our feet up on the Feather Bloom Edlyn Cocktail Ottoman ($948) while our dog naps comfortably in the Feather Bloom Amoret Swivel Chair ($1568) while I stare lovingly at the Strawberry Thief Rivona Chair ($1698) and think of the Geo Paradise Garden Angelina Sofa ($2498) over in the next room?

Will we drink our morning tea poured from the Mabelle Floral Teapot ($98) into the Mabelle Floral Cup & Saucer ($24) for me and the Mug ($16) for him with a shot of milk from the Mabelle Floral Creamer ($48) which could easily double as room decor in addition to its function while sitting on the Tamsin Dining Chair ($128) and chatting about our upcoming days at work?

Of course we will.

Cheese Board ($58), Liberty London for Anthropologie style.

Oh god I haven’t even mentioned the aprons yet! The pretty aprons with the paisley flowers and the splotchy paint and the cute tight florals!!

I know it’s far too early to be discussing holiday gifts yet…but if you are thinking of instances where presents are required, I don’t think you could go wrong with the Candle ($28), Journal ($26), Bowls ($16/ea) or any other number of Liberty-themed items from the collaboration.

Tomorrow and Tuesday on the blog we’ll talk the current sale promo (an extra 40% off sale! — picks) and new arrivals (I’m actually loving a bunch!). Come join me in Liberty London for Anthropologie heaven, below. What’s your favorite item from this collaboration?


  1. Anthropolitan
    September 3, 2017 / 10:53 am

    Good luck making your house all flowery. 🙂

    I LOVE that bedding set, but my house gets too warm for a comforter, even in the dead of winter. We just layer a couple of quilts. If that print came in a quilt I'd be all over it.

    • September 3, 2017 / 5:22 pm

      Thank you! Somehow I don't think it will happen but a girl can dream!

  2. Nam
    September 3, 2017 / 11:53 am

    That's a lovely news. What women doesn't love florals 😉

  3. Jess
    September 3, 2017 / 1:00 pm

    Lets just say I bought a few things from this line lol! Like those candles and potholders for instance:) I had to have those candles!

    • Jess
      September 3, 2017 / 1:19 pm

      Oh and Roxy I hope your Liberty dream comforter comes true bedroom along with everything else from this beautiful line!!

  4. Teri Lynn
    September 4, 2017 / 8:04 am

    I really wish some of their apron designs would translate into their dresses

    • Eina
      September 4, 2017 / 5:03 pm

      There was a Liberty/William Morris print dress in a baby wale cotton corduroy a few years ago. It sold out rather quickly, even though the pattern placement was haphazard.

      I love my vintage Liberty prints in silk, cotton, and wool.

    • Eina
      September 4, 2017 / 7:57 pm

      Here it is, the lovely 2015 Anthro Larksong Corduroy Dress by Eva Franco with William Morris' Strawberry Thief print he did for Liberty:

      the current velvet pillows are the same design.

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