Anthropologie and Kit Kemp launch an exciting new furniture and decor collection

Anthropologie and Kit Kemp have combined forces to create a vibrant and individual new collection for homes.

Having long admired her affinity for colour, natural materials and the tailor-made feel of well designed furniture, Anthropologie
have partnered with acclaimed interior designer Kit Kemp for her first furniture and décor collaboration.

Folkthread combines a mix of contemporary and traditional forms, artistic and ethnic influences, bold and neutral tones and interesting textures. It will appeal to all those who believe, like Kemp, in leaving behind traditional design rules to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind interiors. Pieces such as the upholstered armchairs with hand appliquéd animal motifs and oak side tables with geometric lines can transform any room in the house into a uniquely personal space.

The colour, design and delight of the pieces which perfectly reflect both the spirit of Anthropologie and also the vibrantly eclectic look that Kit’s Firmdale
hotels are known and loved for means we can all share a bit of their combined magic.

Shown here are:

Folkthread Fauntastique armchair with wool upholstery, patchwork and hand embroidery and oak frame, H79xW74xD77.5cm, £898.

Folkthread Dining Chair with hand-woven wool rug upholstery and oak frame, H91xW53xD53cm,
£348.

Folkthread wallpaper, 68.5cm wide, £158 per roll covering 5.57sq m.

(from top) Folkthread Gablebase side table in oak , H68.5x diam 58cm, £368;
Circlestack side table, £348, H68.5 x diam 58cm; large coffee table in oak, H41 xW171xD97cm.

As if that wasn’t excitement enough, Anthropologie arrived in Kings Road 5 years ago this March, and by way of celebration, they have curated a programme of events at the store including this very evening:

Thursday 19th March 6.30-8.30pm Meet the Artist – Enjoy a glass of wine and a Q&A with artist Robert Bradford and gallerist Rebecca Hossack.

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Anthropologie, 131-141 Kings Road, London, SW3 4PW.

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