Who doesn’t have a little Anthropologie love going on? I know I do but what’s new with me loving everything out of my price range. Santa Monica was the last time I walked through an Anthropologie store and I darted right on upstairs to the sales room and still couldn’t find anything I could explain a purchase for.
There is nothing like browsing through their art cultivated and creatively inspired fashion and decor franchise in person. I get really really happy and never want to leave. I walk around thinking I could easily move in here. There’s a couch, a rustic kitchen table and well, my closet filled with amazing comfortable clothes would obviously be taken care of.
I did a little research on Anthropologie and found their story intriguing and curious as to why I gravitate to stores like this. Anthropologie was founded in Wayne, Pennsylvania. There are over 185 stores in the United States, Canada and United Kingdom. Their unique and curated mix of women’s clothing, home decor, gifts and accessories reflect their personal style from entertaining to art and fashion. You have to admit, when you enter one of their stores you are there for the experience. It’s not like walking in every other clothing and home decor store that everything looks the same. It’s an adventure at Anthropologie. No this is not a sponsored post by them. This is my personal opinion and experience. Just thought I should mention that in case you were wondering.
Anthropologie gives back to their community in many ways that involves improving lives. Whether it is the arts and art education, helping dogs find loving homes, urban renewal or encouraging healthy eating for children and families, it is the stories behind their products that inspire them. I love this about them.
Even with over 185 stores, we all don’t have the luxury of Anthropologie retail therapy right around the corner but we do have retail therapy online, hello! I discovered that Anthropologie customers don’t have to be high end shoppers and that us bargain or mid-range buyers may find steals if we just look a little more closely. I truly was amazed when I was searching online for Anthropologie home decor under $50.00 that I not only came up with so many items but there were home decor items as low as $8.00. It might have been a door knob but hey, we need those for our DIY furniture projects, and if you can say it was from Anthropologie well, there you go.
Below are my top 31 Anthropologie Home Decor items for under $50.00 that I hope you enjoy browsing through. You may not get the whole Anthropologie experience but you can always imagine. Maybe you will find that one thing you’ve been looking for or spot something new you can’t live without.
Anthropologie Hanging Monogram Letter • Anthropologie • $48
Anthropologie Reclaimed Wood-Wheel Clock • Anthropologie • $48
Anthropologie Forest Welcome Bracket • Anthropologie • $48
Anthropologie Diadem Finials • Anthropologie • $48
Anthropologie Tapestry Basket • Anthropologie • $48
Anthropologie Brushed Wire Fruit Bowl • Anthropologie • $44.95
Anthropologie Wire Script Sculpture • Anthropologie • $48–58
Anthropologie Inscribed Stone Objet • Anthropologie • $38
Anthropologie Seacharms Curtain • Anthropologie • $44.95
Anthropologie Gardening Indoors Doorknob • Anthropologie • $42
Anthropologie Brushed Colorblock Throw • Anthropologie • $39.95
Anthropologie Speckledusted Taper Holder • Anthropologie • $38
Anthropologie Stag Finials • Anthropologie • $38
Anthropologie Pineapple Taper Holder • Anthropologie • $36
Anthropologie Erinna Ikat Pillow • Anthropologie • $34.95
Anthropologie Promontory Taper Holder • Anthropologie • $35–39
Anthropologie Ink Drop Pillow • Anthropologie • $34.95
Anthropologie Ceramic Melon Tieback • Anthropologie • $32
Anthropologie Speckledusted Taper Holder • Anthropologie • $32
Anthropologie Monogram Doorknocker • Anthropologie • $30
Anthropologie Ice Crackle Monogram • Anthropologie • $28
Anthropologie Sun Shadow Curtain • Anthropologie • $29.95
Anthropologie Floral Imprint Hook • Anthropologie • $28
Anthropologie Glazed Terracotta Vase • Anthropologie • $28–38
Anthropologie Cut Ceramic Planter • Anthropologie • $28–38
Anthropologie Frosted Mercury Vase • Anthropologie • $28–68
Anthropologie Bastille Taper Holder • Anthropologie • $24–44
Anthropologie Kolya Vase • Anthropologie • $22–58
Anthropologie Pineapple Pencil Holder • Anthropologie • $16
Anthropologie Whorled Candleholder • Anthropologie • $12–36
Anthropologie Ridged Zinc Pot • Anthropologie • $12–20
This post may have affiliate links. To read more about our disclosure policy, please click here. Some of these home decor items may be on sale at the time of this article and may not still be under $50 by the time you read this. Some items can also be sold out by the time this article is read.