Look!: Anthropologie revisited

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Change is in the air. Love it or hate it, Anthropologie's furniture is on the move. They're steadily leaving behind the shabby-chic, feminine-English-garden-look that ATers just didn't get and are slowly growing more modern/whimsical. The company's furniture is getting more editorial attention, with pieces recently appearing in both Metropolitan Home and The New York Times Fall Design Magazine (not online yet) The Bertram Chair (above) is upholstered in vintage cloth from men's clothing...

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Milo Chesterfield

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Basel Table

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Keinu Rocker

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Linen Side Table

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Astrid Chair

While the prices may still be steep—I love this direction.


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