Anthropologie’s new Simple Pleasures collection developed with California designer Amber Lewis features natural woods, muted leather and unique textile combinations.
PHILADELPHIA – Anthropologie has partnered with California designer Amber Lewis for a third time to offer more items for the home with the launch of its new collection called Simple Pleasures.
“This collection is a purposeful curation of natural woods, muted leathers and unique textiles that set the scene for a welcoming home where there’s always room for one more,” Lewis said. “A little bit bohemian, a little bit Cali-casual, my airy collection artfully blends colorful patterns, dreamy silhouettes and vacation vibes.”
The collection includes furniture, lighting, mirrors, blankets, quilts, rugs, pillows, kitchen items, home fragrances and more. The signature easygoing aesthetic from Lewis can be seen in this collection in a sun-filled retreat of neutral nuances and thoughtful textures, guided by the carefree character that defines contemporary West Coast interiors, according to the company.
“I hope this collection inspires consumers to create a versatile space that not only looks good, but feels good,” Lewis added.
Key pieces include the Garvey accent chair, which retails for $1,498, with its natural wooden frame and linen cushions; the Pedestal dining table, which retails for $1,998 and features a rounded oak top with an inviting, rustic touch; and the curved sofa, which starts at $3,598 and features deep cushions and a curved silhouette that is designed to blend with any modern interior.
As a lifelong Californian, Anthropologie said Lewis is a pioneer in eclectic, laidback interiors that showcase the state’s carefree lifestyle. With this new collection, Lewis brings her expertise in textile outfitting and layered materials to explore muted tones and natural textures like oak, leather and woven fabrics for a look that’s “both cozy and contemporary”.
Collection prices range from $14 to $7,498.