Anthropologie launches its 4th collection with a Californian designer
The Keane Slipcover sectional in Easy Living with Amber Lewis by Anthropologie.
PHILEDELPHIA – Anthropologie has teamed up with a Californian designer, Amber Lewisfor the fourth time in his new Easy going with Amber Lewis collection. The collection showcases Lewis’ contemporary, laid-back California aesthetic and is available now in stores and online.
With lighting, textiles, furniture and kitchenware, the collection is intended to bring together functional forms and accessible accents to create warmth in the home. Natural woods, carved ceramics and embroidered details are present in the Easy Living assortment.
“This collection with Amber, we really leaned into texture and a little more color and pattern than in previous collections,” said Mary Beth Sheridan, Head of Home Merchant. “This collection was all about blending textures, timeless patterns and muted hues that were incorporated into pieces that were easy to add to your homes, no matter what style. She wanted it to feel understated and cool, while still having a well-balanced mix of materials.
Many products are available for immediate shipment, including some in-store, while others have pre-order capability to ship to customers later this fall. Highlights of the new Easy Living with Amber Lewis by Anthropologie collection include:
- The media console is available in neutral or black pine wood veneer and features two cabinets, three drawers and carved legs.
- The Keane Slipcover Sectional starts at $7,498 with left and right orientations available. This sectional strikes a modern square silhouette with a deep seat and low arms.
- The cabin throw blanket comes in bronze and ivory with a plush trim and retails for $168.
- The Boucle side chair features textured ivory bouclé upholstery with a woven cotton back and sculptural seat.
Erica Hawbaker, associate editor of Furniture Today, recently graduated from the University of Iowa, with a degree in English and a writing certificate in publishing. In addition to bringing her talent as a writer to the editorial team, Erica will add her millennial perspective.