Anthropologie’s First-Ever Paint Offerings Are Boho-Beautiful to the Max
Anthropologie’s home space takeover is complete! We’ve long coveted the brand’s dreamy boho bedroom wares, but the company has been branching out in major ways as of late, with goods for Nordstrom and the introduction of its first-ever outdoor home offerings. Now, there’s yet another way to incorporate your love of Anthro into your home with a spanking new, 132-hue paint collection from Farrow & Ball.
That’s right! You can now purchase wall color (ranging from $40 to $125) from the same spot you buy your beloved Anthropologie threads. Gorgeous colors like Brassica lavender (above) and bold Hague blues set the tone for creative spaces while subtle neutral tones, like the pictured light green Pigeon shade seen below, are ideal for a shared kitchen or hallway area.
Each one comes in one of five finishes — think standard mattes or highly pigmented shine that will make your abode look just like the glossy magazine pages you’ve been ripping out for inspo. What’s more, the entire line is eco-friendly thanks to its water-based makeup.
As Andrew Carnie, Anthropologie Group co-president, said in a press release, “The addition of the Farrow & Ball color range to our extensive offering of furniture, decor, and design services will enable our customers to transform their homes into uniquely personal spaces.”
Primers, undercoats, brushes, and rollers (ranging from $30 to $44) will also be available, ensuring the site has everything you’ll need to transform your space in one spot.
Shop the line in full now on Anthropologie’s website.
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(Photos via Anthropologie)