Anthropologie’s Fall Home Collection Is Here, and It’s on Major Sale for Anthro Day

updated Aug 23, 2019
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August is winding down (how??), which means the nights are getting cooler, the back-to-school ads are everywhere — and the fall collections are launching. I don’t know about you, but the shift from August to September is one of my favorites, signaling the season of light jackets, cozy scents, and a return to the home after months of activity. It’s a time to slow down, take a rest, and find some balance.

It seems Anthropologie feels the same way. The brand’s 2019 fall home collection just launched, and it feels like a warm hug. The collection is much more understated than what we’re used to from the retailer, with lots of calming earth tones and minimalist design choices. The new arrivals for the kitchen are especially inviting, featuring lots of ochre, simple materials, and an emphasis on the kitchen as the heart of the home. Everything feels thoughtfully designed to promote comfort, warmth, and togetherness. And best of all, everything is 20 percent off as part of the retailer’s epic Anthro Day event.

We rounded up some of our favorite new arrivals below. Be sure to browse the entire collection here, and get ready to once again celebrate the home as a haven.

1. Ilana Matte Dinner Plates

The new Ilana dinnerware collection is minimalist and lovely. Simple enough for everyday use yet special enough for dinner parties and holidays, it’s part of the curated Gather by Anthropologie brand. It’s made of glazed stoneware, comes in four colors, and can also be purchased with matching side plates, bowls, nut bowls, and mugs.
Buy: Ilana Matte Dinner Plates, $45 for four (normally $56)

2. Quill & Fox Hello Gourd-Geous Dish Towel

No one does whimsical dish towels quite like Anthropologie. This autumnal-themed find features gourds of all varieties (it is decorative gourd season, after all) with the line “hello gourd-geous.” Buy it for yourself or for your friend who can’t wait for pumpkin spice season.
Buy: Quill & Fox Hello Gourd-Geous Dish Towel, $16 (normally $20)

3. Homebody Mug

Honestly, bury me with my Anthro mugs. This new collection is perfect for homebodies (obviously), and especially homebodies who love fall. I’m craving cups of chai tea and sweater weather just looking at these beauties and am having a hard time convincing myself not to buy all three.
Buy: Homebody Mug, $10 (normally $14)

4. Bistro Tile Jars

Like the popular monogram tile mugs, these jars bring a touch of Parisian bistro style to your kitchen. The smallest size is marketed as a spice jar, but you can definitely use it as a jar to store makeup brushes, hair clips, and other knickknacks. There’s also a mid-sized mint canister and taller canister for holding pantry staples.
Buy: Bistro Tile Jars, from $14 (normally $18)

5. Sabrina Pumpkin Tumblers

Celebrate fall all year round with these pumpkin-shaped tumblers that are perfect for sipping autumnal cocktails and mulled wine. The pumpkin shape is actually pretty subtle, so you can definitely use this set beyond November.
Buy: Sabrina Pumpkin Tumblers, $39.20 for four (normally $56)

6. Ariya Ceramic Bear Measuring Cups

Anthro is well-known for their totally cute measuring cups, and this new bear design just might be my favorite yet. Made in collaboration with Thai-based brand Ariya Ceramic, this set is full of whimsy and makes a sweet gift.
Buy: Ariya Ceramic Bear Measuring Cups, $28.80 (normally $36)

7. Bryce Tumblers

Hand-blown and with a subtle textured feel, these tumblers are a laid-back addition to any tablescape. They’re dishwasher safe, come in three colors, and are part of a collection that also includes a carafe and juice glass set.
Buy: Bryce Tumblers, $26 for four (normally $32)