Color Me Broke After I Buy Everything in This Hue-tiful Anthro Bedding Sale

published Jul 12, 2019
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If there’s one place to visit for anything-but-boring bedding and home textiles, it’s Anthropologie—although it can get pricey. I’ve found that the best time to shop Anthro’s bedding collections is not when they are on super sale (i.e. Tag Sale), since the coordinating pieces are often already sold out and the only available sizes are twin or king. Rather, it’s best to wait for special sale weekends—and luckily, there’s one going on right now.

Through July 29, you can score 25 percent off full-price bedding, pillows, rugs, bath, and throws during Anthro’s Bedroom Refresh Event. And since it’s Color Month here at AT, we rounded up some of our favorite colorful textiles included in the sale below.

You’ll want to stay in bed all day thanks to this super-soft cotton sheet set, which includes one flat sheet, one fitted sheet, and two standard pillowcases. We’re fans of the blush pink color, but the set also comes in slate, light gray, light blue, and white.

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Pink rugs go with just about anything, but this muted (but still playful) option is great for bedrooms. The 3×5 size is perfect for putting next to or at the foot of a bed, and gets you a unique piece for less. See more Joanna Gaines items on sale at Anthro here.

Leticia Quilt, $198 $148.50 for Queen

A lightweight quilt is a summer essential, and Anthro’s are perfectly vibrant and full of personality. This richly-colored quilt is handcrafted in Jaipur using 13 different processes from block-printing to stitching, making it well worth the higher price tag. Don’t forget the shams to complete the look.

Add a splash of color to your bathroom with this whimsical water-drop-themed shower curtain designed by South African artist Ruan Hoffmann. Reviewers can’t stop raving about it!

This embellished pillow with tasseled corners feels especially luxe with the regal purple detailing. If you’re looking to add subtle rich color details into your home, this pillow is for you.

This hancrafted embellished duvet cover from designer Vineet Bahl has me feeling like a princess. The tassels and embroidery will add texture to any bedroom, and if you don’t like white bedding it’s also available in a powder blue. If you’re looking for more bedroom inspo, this duvet totally complements the Betina curtain.

If you’re not looking for a total bedding refresh, how about a bright throw to keep on the edge of your bed? The textured stripes and tassel detail on this blue woven cotton throw will elevate your bed situation, and will look just as good on a sofa or chair as well.

Add a pop of color and fun design to your tiny, dreary rental bathroom with this cheery bathmat. Your mornings will feel brighter and your feet will feel nicer—and if you want to upgrade the rest of your bathroom, this shower curtain will go very nicely with the colors in this mat.

Leave it to Anthro to go above and beyond with their bath towel collections. With a scalloped, reversible design, supreme softness, and absorbent fibers, we wouldn’t be surprised if you want to show off the Hanna bath towel at the beach too.

Layne Velvet Curtain, starts at $78 $58.50

Make a bold statement with your windows as the focal point of your room. This velvet curtain makes a big impact thanks to the rich teal color and orange floral motif. It’ll provide privacy and keep your space dark, making it an ideal choice for a bedroom. Pair it with white walls and furniture to balance out the room.