Anthropologie Birdcage Mirror, Parrot
- Iron, glass
- 21.5"H, 16"W
- 4" projection
Extra 20% OffAnthropologie Gleaming Primrose Mirror
Hanging hardware required. Iron, glass. Wipe with dry cloth. Imported
Extra 20% OffAnthropologie Voutsa Garden Chinoiserie Mural
From the very first hand-painted wallpapers based on cave paintings to the latest dinnerware collection splashed with oceanic colors, bold prints reign supreme at Voutsa. Founder George Venson and collaborating artists create signature designs full of personality and vigor that reflect the brand's motto, "The walls are alive."
Extra 20% OffAnthropologie Olive Leaf Mirror
Brass, iron, mirrored glass, plywood. Wipe with soft cloth. Imported
Extra 20% OffAnthropologie Dissolved Lace Mirror
A border of lace fades into a reflective surface, for the antique effect of a mirror discovered long ago.
Extra 20% OffAnthropologie Felted Orbit Mobile
For the safety of your little one, do not hang within reach. Felted wool. Imported
Extra 20% OffAnthropologie Thea-Printed Bixby Chair
This rounded, yoke-backed chair is inspired by the luxe decor of a mid-century cocktail lounge. With its exposed wood detailing and diamond-tufted upholstery in a dramatic floral, it's a stylish spot to while away an evening with an Old Fashioned and great conversation.
Extra 20% OffAnthropologie Wire Script Sculpture
Paul Smotrys, the mastermind behind Gauge NYC, is a self-taught artist who has been working with metal since his early twenties. Born of his fascination with the opposing properties of this material - sharp and smooth, hard and soft, dull and lustrous - each hand-forged sculpture has been hammered and soldered to perfection.
Extra 20% OffAnthropologie Wooded Manor Mirror
Hanging hardware required. Glass, metal, wood. Wipe with dry cloth. Imported
Extra 20% OffAnthropologie Walrus Bust by Ivar Theorin
The unique and distinct framework of objects has long inspired New York-based sculptor Ivar Theorin. Born and raised in Sweden, he became skilled at the construction of traditional wooden boats. He later applied his skills to his study of sculpture at New York City's School of Visual Arts. This playfully quirky walrus bust is armature-framed with two tooth-walking tusks.
Extra 20% OffAnthropologie Madeleine Mirror
Iron, wood, resin, glass. Wipe with damp cloth. Imported
Extra 20% OffAnthropologie Rebecca Rebouche Enchanted Forest Mural
Rebecca Rebouche, a native Louisianan living and working in New Orleans, creates nostalgic, emotive and whimsical art out of paint, mixed media and stitched soft sculpture; a practice best described as contemporary folk art. Here, she crafted an allegoric family tree out of the visual bits and symbolic remnants that compose one's dreams and daytime reveries.