Putting it All on the Table

Anthro Leavenworth Pair

{The Leavenworth Coffee Table and Side Table | $598.00 and $348.00}

While shopping online the other day, I came across some beautiful, new occasional tables at Anthropologie. They’ve had interesting finds for the home for years, but lately, they’ve introduced some pieces that are a bit less bohemian and a little more my style. I was pleasantly surprised and impressed to see a variety of luxe materials– brass, marble, and Lucite at a really great price point. If budget is ever a concern, I recommend to clients that we spend a little less on coffee and end tables and instead invest in high quality upholstery that will last for years and fabulous lighting that becomes part of the architecture of the home.

anthro slivered boulder table

{At 36″ in diameter and a great price point , the Slivered Boulder Table with White Marble Top would be fantastic in an entry or curved stairwell.}

Anthro Oscarine

{The Oscarine Lucite and brass collection is my favorite. It includes a rectangular coffee table, square coffee table, and side table all under $1,000 which is a great price point for these materials and the substantial size of each table.}

anthro oscarine bar cart

{While not technically a table, the Oscarine Bar Cart is perfection– especially for $698.00 in Lucite and Brass. I like its Mid-Century inspired design. The mix of materials make it perfectly neutral and glamorous, too!}

Anthro Wellington

{The Lacquered Wellington Nesting Tables have Campaign-inspired, brass hardware on the corners and feet to add a nice detail. They come in this pretty, warm gray as well as cream, indigo, and mint. Nesting tables are great if you don’t have a ton of room everyday, but like to entertain.}

anthro gloss and grain demilune

{I love a demilune table! They are so versatile and are great in small entryways, hallways, just about anywhere that requires a decorative moment or vignette and not a lot of function. Sometimes things can be pretty just for the sake of being pretty! This sweet, lacquered demilune is available in several colors and you can put two of them together to create a dining table!}

anthro elemental layers table

{Veering into more masculine, modern territory, the Elemental Layers Coffee Table features a nice mix of marble, warm wood, and gilded iron. This table would be so chic stacked with books on both levels and at 46″ wide for $698.00, it is a steal!}

anthro tritone inlay

{The Tritone Inlay Table comes in two coffee table sizes as well as a side table. The parquetry is graphic, fresh, and certainly makes a statement!}

anthro darby

{While the Darby Coffee Table is a little less of a steal, few things are as chic as a low-slung, chunky cocktail table clad in burl wood. I wouldn’t style it this way, but it could be done a million different ways. The shape and finish are so versatile.}

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3 thoughts on “Putting it All on the Table

  1. I received Anthropologie’s new home catalog last week and am so excited about all the new home goods they are now carrying, just beautiful! The price’s are on point too!!

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