Joanna Gaines' New Anthropologie Collection Is Surprisingly Boho
Considered the queen of farmhouse style, Joanna's new Anthropologie home line takes a dreamy bohemian slant. See her global-inspired designs, including pillows, rugs, candles, and more.
The collaboration is a match made in heaven. Anthropologie, the leader in boho-chic style, helped bring out Joanna’s more playful side, with accessories in soft blue, pink, and mustard shades, and a variety of global prints and patterns. It’s the first Joanna Gaines project that doesn’t scream farmhouse style.
"I wanted this collection to balance the distinct Anthropologie aesthetic I've always admired—bold colors and whimsical patterns—with timeless details like balance, texture, and cleaner lines," says Joanna Gaines on the Anthropologie website.
As it’s her first collection with Anthropologie, Joanna stuck with accessories she’s already known for: rugs, throw pillows, candles, and wallpaper. Anthropologie will also carry her book, Homebody, which we think makes the perfect coffee table accessory—whether you’re Team Shiplap or not.
The colorful rugs—ranging from 9' runners to 9'x12' area rugs—are the most expensive products in the collection. Of course, they’re also stunningly beautiful, each hand-loomed and inspired by traditional Turkish patterns.
Joanna is no stranger to designing rugs—her Magnolia Home rugs are sold at Bed, Bath & Beyond, Pier 1, and more. The rugs at Anthropologie veer from her traditional rug designs, with geometric and Persian patterns, tassels, and a lot of texture. The least expensive is a 2x3-foot rug for $68, but you could pay as much as $2,598 for her 9x12-foot hand-knotted Camille rug.
If a rug isn’t in the books for you this year, her throw pillows are just as noteworthy. Anthropologie’s staple global design aesthetic comes through big-time with these. We can’t get enough of the textured poms on the Eva pillow, which is available in saturated jewel tones.
And if you want to go all-in, check out the fun collection of patterned wallpaper. A black and white buffalo check pattern most resembles her trademark farmhouse style, but we also love the modern olive branch design and bold tea rose wallpaper.
So, thank you, Joanna Gaines, for giving us another reason to head to Anthropologie this weekend. We’ll probably walk out of the store with more than we need, but who can resist a new throw pillow?