Gardenparty

Garden Party

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Our favorite outdoor and garden décor from Anthropologie

We’re obsessed with Anthropologie. Visiting one of the stores feels like stepping into a page of a magazine where everyone is drunk on sunshine and running through fields of lavender. From the bedding to the artwork and the home accessories, Anthropologie truly has everything you could possibly want to give your home a chic, whimsical vibe.

Now that spring has sprung, it’s time to give your outdoor space the same love you’ve shown the inside of your house over the past six months. That means throwing open the windows, dusting off your patio furniture, and investing in a few new pots, planters, and lanterns that will set the scene for your next dinner party under the stars. After all, dining al fresco is one of the best parts about summer.

As you can imagine, we’re particularly smitten with Anthropologie’s collection of garden décor this season. Here are a few of our favorite pieces that will add the perfect touch of bohemian cool to your deck, patio, or balcony.

   Hand-Painted Windowsill Pot

These hand-painted terracotta pots measure less than three inches high, making them just the right size for your favorite succulents. Arrange them in a row on your outdoor dining table to create an understated centerpiece.

   Bamboo Kasa Lantern

The right lighting can totally transform the feel of your outdoor space. We love these lanterns for their natural look and versatility. You can set them on a solid surface or hang them from hooks or branches to make your backyard glow.

   Crystal-Cut Hanging Planter

Made of porcelain and natural hemp cord, this pretty planter is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. Hang a few from your trees or the ceiling of your balcony to add a vertical element to your garden.

   Metalwork Hurricane

This geometric hurricane comes in four different sizes, giving you endless options for creating an organic display. Use them with candles to illuminate your porch or outdoor dining table after the sun goes down. They make lovely terrariums as well.

   Macramé Plant Hanger

Macramé is one trend from the 70s we’re glad to see making a comeback. In particular, we’ve got our eye on this plant hanger crafted from hand-woven jute. Pair it with some greenery with trailing stems for a dramatic effect.

   Leta Garden Pot

The tribal look of this planter will lend an exotic, bohemian vibe to your garden or tablescape. It comes in five different colors and a variety of shapes and sizes, making it ideal for mixing and matching. Use the collection to display an array of driftwood and branches, cacti, succulents, and herbs.

Photography: Anthropologie

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Kate Kasbee
Kate Kasbee is a blogger and freelance copywriter living in Los Angeles. She has a background in real estate marketing and has also written about a variety of subjects including pet care, how to adopt a vegan diet, and technology. Prior to living in sunny California, Kate spent eight years in Chicago where she lived in nine different apartments in five different neighborhoods. Though she’s not quite done exploring, Kate dreams of planting her roots and owning a home with creaky floors and plenty of land for starting an organic farm.
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