It's grandmillennial style at its finest.
Here’s some good news for design lovers: Anthropologie and House of Hackney just launched a gorgeous collaboration. This line includes a total of 177 different items across a variety of categories including furniture and decor, wallpaper, and even paint. With lots of rich colors and unique prints and prices range from $14 to $2,698, there’s definitely something for every home and budget. Here’s what you need to know about this fabulous partnership.
What Is House of Hackney?
House of Hackney is a British gem that may not be a household name in the States just yet, but is about to be. Founded in 2011 by Frieda Gormley and Javvy M Royle, it is known for a maximalist yet sophisticated aesthetic that traditional design enthusiasts simply can’t get enough of. The magic of House of Hackney is that every piece pays homage to the past—making each item a “future heirloom.” However, the modern twist is that the brand creates products in a sustainable and eco-friendly way. So if you’re just as passionate about the planet as you are about maximalism—get ready to become obsessed.
While it’s hard to choose, these are some of our favorite pieces from the collaboration.
Want to embellish your walls? The collection features a large range of wallcoverings in a variety of styles from florals such as Artemis and London Rose, to plant prints including Bambusa, among other selections.
If you’re looking to go big and bold, the Willoughby Velvet Sofa ($2,298) is an ideal way to do it. It is the ultimate statement piece for any traditional living room. Three different prints are available, but we are partial to the blue Opia upholstery. It's grandmillennial at its finest.
Scalloped Lamp Shade
Are you all set for larger pieces but still vying for a little something from the collaboration? The Scalloped Lamp Shade ($188) fits the bill. Available in Sky, Navy, and Gold Prints, this chicly shaped shade turns an ordinary lamp into an extraordinary one. It’s ideal for a room that needs a little something extra.
Sugar and Tea Pots
There’s no accessory quite as sweet as the Trematonia Sugar Pot ($16). Priced at just $16, this stoneware piece might be small in size, but it’s brimming with style. The turquoise hue was inspired by the grounds of the Cornish Castle of Trematon where the House of Hackney founders live, embellished with a regal yet friendly lion. Create a whole look for your high tea at home with the coordinating teapot. Did we mention it makes a memorable housewarming gift?
Say cheers to this super stylish bar cart ($698). Made from beachwood with a glass shelf and steel frame, it’s the perfect spot for stashing extra glasses or your favorite bottle of wine. Choose from two colors—Navy and Olive, each with a different floral pattern. With two shelves, shining gold wheels, and scalloped details—it’s almost hard to believe this piece didn’t come from a royal estate sale. Best of all, it arrives already assembled.
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