Thursday, November 10, 2011

Anthro Charm


I stopped in at Anthropologie the other day
 and they had a fun display of little charms.
These were my favs...:)


I liked this driftwood vase/candle holder...
...thinking maybe I could make one...
but, then again...maybe not.


Their Christmas displays were being set up...
...lots of icy blue and white.


And then there were some creams and browns
 in paper trees and antlers.


...and did you know that Sibella Court 
has a line of some pretty cool things at Anthro?
Check it out here...

I can always count on a visit to Anthropologie 
for a shot of inspiration.

I'm looking forward to a great weekend...
The Fancy Flea and a Fun Family Wedding!
What are your plans?

36 comments:

LizlovesVintage said...

LOL!! My Daughter and I were just talking about Anthro yesterday!! I don't have one close by. I think I have to take a trip to NJ? Never been but, I'm dying to go. Now, did you buy those charms?
Have a great weekend! Have fun.
xxx Liz

Tricia said...

Oh mercy, don't you just love that store?! I went there last week, but I didn't see those charms...maybe I should go back ;)

manon 21 said...

j'ai fait tous les "Antropologie" de New york,mais ma valise n'était pas assez grosse...

Belle journée,je vais chiner.

Manon

Bleudelavande said...

Tank you for sharing those lovely pictures!
I would like have a trip in New York!!!May be a day!!!!!!
Big hugs

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Thanks for the heads up on SC and Anthropologie! Those are cool accessories. I need to get her latest book. Hope you have a fun weekend!

Rachel Pallas said...

LOVE the displays! Can you believe Ive never actually been to Anthro?! ONly online..yikes I need to go!! xoxo Rachel

SueBee said...

I need an Antho fix! That will be my treat after Fancy Flea, I will need it.
And because I can say this...see you tomorrow!xoxo~Sue

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

I love Anthropologie!!

time worn interiors said...

I would love to visit an Anthropologie, but alas there aren't any near me, At least 2 hours away! Thanks for the photos!
tot

Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Oh I love Anthropologie....One of my favorites.....Will have to check out site of Sibella Court.....

summersoul said...

Oh how I love Anthro! I buy my white iron distressed switch plates there. I wish though that I knew what the fancy flea is. Sounds wonderful. I am going to paint my daughters' room and begin to make monograms for them out of moss covered letters!

have a good one
MC

sweetpea said...

see you tomorrow laura!

hugs,

shelley

Renee @ where the grass is greener said...

so funny..I try to avoid Anthro because it costs so much, but I thought I would take a stroll after reading your post...just bought the most adorable pants...thanks!

Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

Thanks for sharing your fun shopping trip. My goal for the weekend is clean laundry and sleepin' in on Saturday.

Vicki said...

Hi there! I haven't been to Anthropologie in so long. Thanks for taking us along! I plan to hit our town's local craft fair this weekend (Great Day in the Country) and watch the kiddos play sports. Enjoy yours!

A Cottage Muse said...

I love Anthro too! My daughter and I went there and I was too shy to ask if I could take some photos! Their displays are so inspiring!!

Okio B Designs said...

Sigh! I do love Anthropologie but some of their stuff is wildly overpriced. You are right though - a great source for inspiration.

Jeanine

June said...

Oh now I suddenly feel like I need an Anthro fix Laura. I love that store. I get so much inspiration there, not to mention the cute clothes!
I love the 52 charms ;-)
hugs from here...

celadon said...

Fine ambience!!!

Candylei said...

Anthropologie is full of creativity. I actually run to the dishes and bedding first. ;-)

okcamp said...

I've been to the Anthropologie stores around metro Detroit and the one in Boston. You can find unique items that are reasonably priced if you manage to hit a sale. They're fun to go to even if you don't buy a thing, but I usually end up with something, even if it's only a beautifully packaged bar of French-milled soap. I'm looking forward to visiting Anthropologie when we make our annual pilgrimage to the Motor City over the holidays.

north pal said...

i love it when you take us to visit Anthro. Thanx. Bestest,Denise

Catherine said...

Lovely Charms and numbers, will investigate Anthropologies (never heard of it here in France)for our next trip to the US. Thanks.

Mary Anne said...

Loved your little post on Anthro Charm. I just love Anthropologie! In fact, I bought two of those driftwood candle holders late summer. I even did a post with them as used in a table setting in October. Many friends have asked about them and I was told it was a summer thing as I bought the last two! Thanks for sharing that they are still availble.
I hope you had a wonderful weekend with a Flea and a wedding!

Burlap Luxe said...

MY daughter and I just love ANTHROPOLOGIE its our Favorite store and has been for about 18 years :)
We love to shop the 2 story store in

Santa Monica, California... 3rd street there is nothing like it, complete with sencond level Funiture, accessories, clothing, music, found objects, a place to lose yourself in :)

Thank you for sharing
xx
Dore

Cindy said...

Anthro is my Favorite store! I love to go there just for the decorations! The clothes are pretty great too!

Suz said...

52 looks wonderful decorated with charms! Nice job. Thanks, Laura, for taking me to Anthro. Ours is not half as magnificent and it is a haul for me to get there. What a treat! Hope all is well with you, my friend.
Big hugs,
Suz

Joanne said...

Great selection going on there. I think my favorite is the driftwood candle holder. I can just see that candle flickering among the pieces of wood, I'll bet it would look beautiful.

Evi said...

Laura, if I had been to Anthro, I would have had to have left my wallet at home. To many things I want....that paper tree....They have the most interesting things. Lucky, you live right down the road.
I hope you bought the charms.
Talk to you soon.
Love, Evi

Julie@beingRUBY said...

HI Laura
Always teasing me with the anthro.. I really must get over to Sybella Court's shop soon.. still never been.. but will check out your link

Have a great day.. ciao xxx Julie

red ticking said...

i always love to see what they do at christmas... we have set up the store and i will share once we are complete... whew... so much work...
hope this finds you well... xo

hometown girl said...

Laura i fell in love with that same candle holder and i went and made one for free! it's on my blog if you want to see it, i made it over the summer.
susan

sandy said...

While I receive the catalog, we don't have a store nearby. Thanks for the inspiration!
sandy

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

I still have never been to one. I get their emails all of the time. They are so cool. I must find one here in CT. Loved the little tour:)
~Debra xxx
Capers of the vintage vixens

AshTreeCottage said...

I agree ~ always lots of inspiration there!

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

Bea said...

You are so gentle in both words and pictures, I like to be here:) and today I decided to "follow" you.
All the best.
Beate