Anthropologie stores have the best stylists, I swear. I’m still kicking myself for not photographing a beautiful old canoe filled with quilts at the D.C. store. This one in Carlsbad, California is pretty nice too, though. . . .
Love the oven mitts and the cupboard.
Never get tired of latte bowls.
What a great old table.
It’s all in the details, right? Love the blues and greens.
I’m out of town for a few days for a family reunion, so won’t be blogging until next week.
I love the combination of blue and green. Or lilac and green.
These shops are pretty neat. I’d love to have one here.
Hope you have a nice reunion!
always fun to go in that store, even if you’re not buying (which I usually do)
I need to get to Anthropologie one of these days!
Have fun at your reunion.
I love Anthropologie too. I can’t wait to visit one of their stores in person when we’re in the US on our honeymoon.
Do you work as a photographer for Anthropolgie? I was just wondering because I know most stores won’t let you photograph their displays. I was taking pics of my daughter once in a Spencer’s as she was trying on different sunglasses and the girl there said we couldn’t. There are quite a few stores that I wouldn’t mind photographing their displays.
No, I do not. I use only a cell phone and no one has objected…yet. I’ve also heard Pottery Barn will escort you out of the store, but that hasn’t happened to me either. Lately I’ve noticed a few “No Photography” signs outside stores, and I respect that. Hopefully, the trend won’t continue.
Thanks for stopping by.