Yes, you read correctly – textile masters Liberty London are teaming up with Bohemian cult-brand Anthropologie.
(Be still our beating hearts.)
The 40-piece range varies from a suite of small objects like ceramics, table runners and oven gloves, to large-scale items such as ottomans, armchairs, tables, and even a bed.
At $18.60 for a cute Wiltshire Berry monogram coat hook, if you love Liberty London then there’s potential to own a piece of the collection on virtually any budget.
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A variety of Liberty’s iconic prints are put to work in the range, such as Grand Bazaar, Paradise Garden and Feather Fan.
While those with a penchant for the works of Victorian textile designer William Morris can look forward to his classic print Strawberry Thief come to life across several styles of chair.
Unexpected offerings include aprons and shower curtains, so fabric appreciators can now have the chance to take Liberty into the kitchen or bathroom.
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Particularly covet-worthy are the furniture pieces, with price tags to match the rarity of their production.
The littlest ticket furniture item is the Tamsin dining chair, $178, the most expensive being the Feather Bloom Cardiff sofa, at $8252. A style statement on your bank statement if ever there was one.
Those keen to own the furniture will have to be prepared to wait as many of the larger pieces are made to order.
Kiwis are best to use that knowledge to prevent themselves falling in love with the large items, as Anthropologie do not currently ship furniture directly to customers in New Zealand.
However, if a Liberty-Anthro piece you must have, freight forwarding is always an option.