The Top Anthropologie Home Hacks of 2018
Anthropologie, everyone's favorite store, is also the hardest to shop in. Sure, the designs are outstanding and the pieces are heirloom-worthy, but that price tag is a huge barrier for most (especially after the holidays). Don't worry, though; you can still snag all of your faves and discover new ones with a little bit of DIY action — and some tassels, of course. Start scrolling to see how to bring the luxe-boho look home in 2019.
DIY Bone Inlay Dresser: Get the #lewk with a little bit of paint and a stencil. (via PMQ for two)
DIY Monogram Ring Cones: Those precious little jewelry displays that always shock you with their price are now easier than ever to make. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Tassel Chandelier: Lighting is their unsung hero, and the hardest part to hack. With this tutorial, you can fool everyone into thinking you shopped the latest collection. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Velvet Earring Tags: These make genius gifts, and you can also use them to hang your Anthro hack earrings. (via Oleander + Palm)
DIY Monogram Catch-All: Speaking of trinkets... With a little decoupage and some tattoo paper, you can turn out personalized dishes in no time. (via Maritza Lisa)
DIY Upholstered Couch Hack: When you can't afford their furniture collection, this reupholstery tutorial is life changing. Who would have thought this one started as an IKEA piece? (via Brit + Co)
DIY Paper Mache Vase: The distinctive loop handles and eclectic shape are what make this hack worthy of a stunning floral arrangement. (via We Are Scout)
DIY Trimmed Slippers: Your feet deserve to look as slick as the rest of your place. Trim, glue, and time are all you need to make these. (via Lindsey Crafter)
DIY Tassel Throw Pillows: Tassels + patterns + pillows = eclectic goodness. (via Sugar & Cloth)
DIY Velvet Book Cover: You should definitely check out the paper goods section next time you're there. But be sure to keep this project in your back pocket for when you fall in love with *all* the notebooks. (via Lia Griffith)
DIY Wall Organizer: Pegboards are nice, but this plywood system looks a little more polished and hides your odds and ends with style. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Painted Vase: "Geometric boho vibes" is how you could easily describe anything you see in stores. So why not apply it to your crafting and painting skills? (via Love Create Celebrate)
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Ariel loves color, bold design, and eclectic decor. She goes by many names including "color decor wizard” and is also the voice behind PMQ for two (www.pmqfortwo.com) where she creates interiors and decor that are renter-friendly and creative.