Get 30% Off Everything at Anthropologie Right Now — Including Last-Minute Kitchen Gifts
Christmas is days away, and if you’re still looking for a last-minute gift, now’s the time to get one. There’s no better place to start than Anthropologie and its selection of whimsy, unique goods. The retailer’s holiday gift guide is a good starting point, and it’s unsurprisingly massive yet still manageable (you can browse by category, price, recipient, and occasion). Even better? Anthro is offering 30 percent off everything, including last-minute gift ideas — and it’s the best time to get your shopping done. There are tons of great kitchen-themed finds under $50 for every person on your list. Check out the Anthro finds that we want to give (and receive!) this year.
1. Noir Monogram Mug
A moodier version of Anthro’s famous monogram mug, this matte black mug is an easy gift that’s sure to be a hit with any recipient, from your kid’s teacher to your best friend. Gift it with artisanal coffee beans, tea bags, or a Starbucks gift card if you really want to go above and beyond. Be sure to check out the rest of Anthro’s mug offerings too — you really can’t go wrong with any of them.
Buy: Noir Monogram Mug, $6 (normally $10)
2. George & Viv Holiday Gifting Bar Soap
What’s cuter than these bar soaps? Anthro brings these back every year, and they’re perfect for gifting to acquaintances or to use as stocking stuffers. There are 13 different themes to choose from (and 11 scents), and each one comes with festive packaging. There’s a cotton ball snowman, short letter to Santa, and even a tree tied to the “roof” of the package.
Buy: George & Viv Holiday Gifting Bar Soap, $7 (normally $10)
3. Michele Mugs
4. Capri Blue Iridescent Jar Candle
This is Anthro’s signature Volcano scent, and for good reason. The pretty blue jar looks darling, and when lit up fills a space with fresh notes of tropical fruits, sugared oranges, lemons, and limes. If you want more bang for your buck, there’s an extra-large version also available for $98.
Buy: Capri Blue Iridescent Jar Candle, $21 (normally $30)
5. W&P Porter Ceramic Travel Mug
Reusable tumblers are rarely pretty, but this minimalist option comes close. Made of ceramic and BPA-free plastic, the stylish and durable mugs are available in three modern colors, as well as a matching storage bowl for toting pre-made lunches to work. And if you have a collection of reusable straws, don’t worry — you can fit them in the sip hole.
Buy: W&P Porter Ceramic Travel Mug, $26 (normally $15.60)
6. Eliza Tile Monogram Cheese Board
A cheese board might seem like a basic gift, but you’ve probably never seen one like this before. With gilded florals, Art Deco-inspired patterns, and classic monogrammed lettering, this cheese board is a fantastic hostess gift. Give it with fancy cheese or cheese knives (and if you really love the look, there’s a matching mug as well).
Buy: Eliza Tile Monogram Cheese Board, $20 (normally $38)
7. Capri Blue Volcano Hand Soap & Lotion Caddy
If you have a friend who loves the Volcano scent as much as we do (and honestly, who doesn’t?), consider gifting this hand soap and lotion set instead of a candle. It feels a bit more luxe than a candle, and is something you wouldn’t necessarily buy for yourself. On a personal note, my mom loves giving this as a gift — and she keeps one in our home to pull out when guests are over.
Buy: Capri Blue Volcano Hand Soap & Lotion Caddy, $27 (normally $38)
9. Matte Latte Serving Bowl
10. Sally Muir Dog-a-Day Dessert Plate
Treat the dog-lover in your life to a few of these adorable (and super popular) dessert plates. A staple of Anthro for years, these plates are designed by Sally Muir, a former knitwear designer who took it upon herself to paint a new pup every day. A couple of those designs ended up on these plates — right now, you can buy the pug, whippet, and Westie.
Buy: Sally Muir Dog-a-Day Dessert Plate, $10 (normally $14)
This post was originally published on Nov. 4, 2019, and was last updated on Dec. 23, 2019, to reflect current prices and offerings.