Anthropologie's newest collab is with a cult British design brand adored by the likes of Cara Delevingne

Bold prints, botanical motifs, and jewel-toned hues define this latest collaboration between Anthropologie and House of Hackney

A bed with a floral printed comforter and a dark blue night stand with a pink vase
(Image credit: Anthropologie / House of Hackney)

We've always favored Anthropologie for its whimsical style and decorative designs, but a recent collaboration with cult British brand, House of Hackney, adds an eccentric twist to the well-loved look. Renowned for reimagining interiors through iconic prints, the London-based brand encourages us all to play with color, pattern, and texture in bold new ways, and that's exactly what this new collection is all about.

After a successful first collaboration with the luxury design house last year, this latest range marks the second time the two brands have teamed up. The exclusive collection features furniture, bedding, servingware, and some seriously stunning wallpapers, all with the maximalist motifs and botanical prints synonymous with the design brand. 

This latest collaboration also marks the first expansion into furniture from the coupling, with pieces combining both brands’ love for ornate statement designs. From a deco-inspired bar cabinet and gold accented tables to sofas and beds printed with classic House of Hackney florals in rich, jewel-toned hues, there really is something for everyone. 

The collection is available online and in select stores across the US and UK with prices ranging from $14 to $2,798, but if you fancy a quick preview, here are nine handpicked favorites that capture all the latest interior design trends

Color & Trends Editor

Lilith Hudson is the Color & Trends Editor at Livingetc. Writing news, features, and explainers for our digital platform, she's the go-to person for all the latest micro-trends, interior hacks, and color inspiration you need in your home. Lilith discovered a love for lifestyle journalism during her BA in English and Philosophy at the University of Nottingham where she spent more time writing for her student magazine than she did studying. After graduating, she decided to take things a step further and now holds an MA in Magazine Journalism from City, University of London, with previous experience at the Saturday Times Magazine, Evening Standard, DJ Mag, and The Simple Things Magazine. At weekends you'll find her renovating a tiny one-up, one-down annex next to her Dad's holiday cottage in the Derbyshire dales where she applies all the latest design ideas she's picked up through the week.