Anthropologie meets Patina Farm – match made in heaven!

Anthropologie chose Patina Farm as one of the locations for their Spring Summer Furniture Collection.

My favourite house on the planet, Patina Farm has teamed up with my favourite lifestyle store on the planet, Anthropologie so, for me, this is literally a match made in heaven!

Patina Farm by Giannetti Home

I love Patina Farm (a new build) because of the wonderful authentic architectural elements and materials used, antique roof tiles, limestone and oak floors and pale blue-grey metal windows. The interior is light-filled is a wonderful mix of tradition with a modern layer of comfort…. it helps that the vistas are amazing and the house was sited to take full advantage of the wonderful gardens which now envelop it…..

new furniture range from Anthropologie Image: source

The lovely Brook Giannetti who designed and lives in this paradise, built by her family company Giannetti Home shared the collaboration with Anthropologie on her blog and I just had to share with you these fabulous images……

The house is normally furnished with an eclectic mix French and Swedish antiques with soft linen colours, which I love. It is a strange sensation to see it kitted out with the new Anthropologie range, surreal but at the same time awesome!

Laid back living with palms and prints Image: source here

glam boho chic – above, palms and prints with strong colours and texture.  Earthy natural elements contrast so well with the brass accents, below the brass detail of the coffee and side table which I love….

Anthropology coffee table
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Below, the graphic print sofa with hanging textured art gives a more tribal look the geometric print echoed in the lines of the coffee table.

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Wall hangings and cushions a quick and easy way to add a textured look to your room. This selection is lovely.

Anthropologie wall hangings.  Image: source here 
Anthropologie cushions.  Image: source

Casual dining with mismatched chairs and bench teamed with a sturdy farmhouse table looks effortless and is also practical for sticky fingers too!

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I love the blue and white mix up below…..

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Texture is a big trend for this year – the stylists at Anthropologie show us a masterclass in layering texture – image below. This look is a white Moroccan style

Image: source see the bed here 

Prints over prints another trend for 2017….. keeping the colour palette similar and varying the size and depth of the print makes this work.

Image: Anthropologie Curved Rattan Bed

Rugs rugs rugs…… shot in the last pink rays of sun over the Patina Farm vegetable garden…..

Image: Anthropologie Rugs here 

I am off to see what I can have Anthropologie deliver to Switzerland – until they open a shop here!  Begging letter in the post! Please come to Switzerland!!!

Thanks for reading, Amanda x

Author: Amanda Jacober

I am and interior designer sharing tips and inspiration on how to create your dream home and garden using authentic materials and sustainable practices

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