The Anthropologie Black Friday sale never lets us down, and this year they are really treating us with 25 percent off almost everything on the site. Not only is Anthro one of the best places for cosy, rustic style homeware, it's also the perfect place to get loads of Christmas gifts ticked off your list, stock up on Christmas party essentials, and pick up some of the cutest gift wrap and Christmas card out there – all of which are discounted.
We couldn't resist having a peruse and picking some of our favourite pieces that are in the Anthropologie Black Friday sale to provide you with some shopping inspirations. From cute festive cushions, to chic lighting there's plenty here you'll find hard to resist popping in your basket. We've added all the discounted prices for you so you don't have to do the maths, but when you get to the checkout don't forget to add in the discount code: JOY to get up to 25% off your basket.
And if you want to make the most of all the amazing offers going on this week, be sure to have a peruse through our best bits of the Black Friday sales.
Tufted Makers Quilt |
£168.00 £126 (opens in new tab)
You can't go wrong with white bedding, it's classic and goes with any style and colour. But we do like white bedding that has a bit of interest, like colourful piping or fringing, or in the case of this bedding tufts! In our experience Anthropologie bedding is amazing quality, is a joy to sleep in and washes and lasts really well.
Celestial Petite Accent Chair |
£598.00 £448.50 (opens in new tab)
How beautiful is this accent chair? Gorgeous colours, lovely shape that feels both classic and modern and an on-trend celestial-inspired print that's feels quirky but not too out there. The print is also stitched so there's really lovely texture there too.
Quarry Table Lamp |
£178.00 £133.50 (opens in new tab)
Anthropologie lighting really is stunning, there are so many designs to suit so many styles but this lovely textured stone lamp really drew us in. The curves, the natural patina pattern, the simple linen shade all work together to create a piece that's the perfect balance between modern and rustic.
Snow Day Pillow |
£68 £51 at Anthropologie with code JOY (opens in new tab)
A little bit retro, maybe even a tad on the kitsch side, but we love this adorable snow scene cushion. We can imagine it will be one of those pieces you bring out every year and it just fills you with nostalgia. Plus, this doesn't have to just be brought out over Christmas, it wouldn't look out of place throughout January too.
There's Snow Place Like Home Doormat |
£36.00 £27 (opens in new tab)
'Tis the season for hosting so make sure all your guests feel welcome and in the festive spirit with the adorable doormat. Sure, this is a little bit kitsch and whimsical but if you can't be those things at Christmas then when can you?
Aleena Loaf Pan |
£30.00 £22.50 (opens in new tab)
We love cute serveware as it just makes it so much easier to do the whole stick everything on the table and let everyone help themselves. This loaf tin would look so lovely in the centre of the table with a steaming ginger cake, a beautifully decorated pie, or even to make our stuffing look more glamorous.
Flatwoven Elin Rug |
£168.00 – £798.00 £126 – £598.50 (opens in new tab)
A textured blend of wool, cotton, and jute, this rug would actually be perfect for high-traffic areas like hallways or even a kitchen. The colours are lovely and subtle, eyecatching enough that you'll notice it but not so in your face it's going to be a real focus so would be a lovely piece for layering patterns.
Hebe is the Digital Editor of Livingetc; she has a background in lifestyle and interior journalism and a passion for renovating small spaces. You'll usually find her attempting DIY, whether it's spray painting her whole kitchen, don't try that at home, or ever changing the wallpaper in her hallway. Livingetc has been such a huge inspiration and has influenced Hebe's style since she moved into her first rental and finally had a small amount of control over the decor and now loves being able to help others make decisions when decorating their own homes. Last year she moved from renting to owning her first teeny tiny Edwardian flat in London with her whippet Willow (who yes she chose to match her interiors...) and is already on the lookout for her next project.