Anthropologie Regents Street is one of the flagship stores in the United Kingdom thanks to being on one of the main shopping streets of London. When I need some boho luxe inspiration, I swing by an Anthropologie stores and just check out their store displays. Similar to RH Gallery in the USA, these stores are a total source of beautifully curated inspiration.
I’ve been to so many Anthropologie stores all over the world (my family can testify!) just to check out their displays. And, yes, of course to shop. Some of the store displays are better than others – I think Anthropologie Regent Street is one of the best.
I absolutely love the Anthropologie aesthetic especially their mix of colours and textures to create an eclectic home style. It’s definitely boho luxe because let’s face it, the Anthropologie aesthetic is expensive. This type of eclectic home is a far cry from the Rajasthani wooden tables, Thai silk prints etc that you find being sold by vendors in Camden Market in London.
Here are some inspirational photos of luxe boho style done well from a recent foray to Anthropologie Regent Street in London.
Color and Texture for Eclectic Home
The Anthropologie aesthetic involves entertaining at home and that concept of nesting (comfortably).
These gold legged dining chairs remind me of the Calligaris pink and gold chair at the Ideal Home dining room. And, the peach chair below is a variation of the glove chair in Jonathan Adler’s home.
Artisanal Materials Create Boho Luxe
I’ve been looking for a hanging chair for my daughter’s room. I love the geometric print on this artisanal-look chair which adds Scandinavian flair.
And, don’t forget plants! Plants add such a lived in homey look to a room.
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