Flipping through the Anthropologie catalog is a transportive experience that feels like stepping into a modern Bohemian dreamland. Inspired by the much-coveted Anthro aesthetic, we've pulled together some bedroom DIYs that capture the look, complete with tassels, giant pom-poms and tons of texture. Grab some yarn, your bedroom is about to get a mini Anthro-makeover.
Anthropologie has jumped aboard the Moroccan wedding blanket trend with sumptuous throws and fringed pillows. Inspired by the overload of textural trims, Earnest Home Co. stitched up this homemade version using craft store supplies.
This Anthro-inspired tassel duvet cover has Teddy Roosevelt's seal of approval (that's the sweet cat standing guard over his crafty creation, above). The best part is that Katie of Freckle and Fair has finally given us a use for all the skeins of yarn left over from our abandoned knitting projects.
A flower crafted from cheap modeling clay turns a plain green vase into something Anthro-worthy. Visit Made by Girl for the step-by-step.
A cross between our favorite woven wall hangings and a fringed throw pillow, A Beautiful Mess's yarn pillow is on the top of our must-try DIYs list.
One happy result of the stacking ring trend: The arrival of the ceramic ring cone. Anthropologie sells beautiful graphic ones made by Brooklyn design studio BDB Ceramics, or you can grab some polymer clay to handcraft the beauties above by Almost Makes Perfect.
An Anthro-inspired IKEA hack? This is the ultimate in DIY furniture. To replicate the shiny mirrored effect of the Mirelle Three-Drawer Dresser, Sincerely, Sara D. added mirrors and decorative trim to a RAST dresser.
No modern bohemian boudoir would be complete without a ginormous pom-pom blanket. Vintage Revivals shows us how it's done.
My favorite part of any trip to Anthropologie is gawking at the inspiring window displays decked out with falling paper flowers, giant octopi or handmade honeycomb. Lia Griffith imitates the store's hanging flower garlands using paper, twine and a long branch.
If you've ever wandered through Anthropologie's home section, you've likely admired their unbeatable selection of decorative knobs and drawer pulls (how pretty are these petal-patterned ones?). To get the look using some inexpensive wooden knobs, Ananda of A Piece of Rainbow decoupaged them with intricate designs and was nice enough to share the printable patterns on her blog.