Anthropologie Marielle Duvet
A subtle brocade and gleaming embroidery lends imperial grandeur to this flax cotton bedding with a sleek satin back.
Anthropologie Trulli Quilt
Our hothouse quilts are a labor of love - after all, each one takes 72 hours, 60 hands, 13 different processes and countless colors to create. Case in point: this vibrant print, which features a pop of contrast color on its embroidered flange.
Anthropologie Zonda Duvet
Metallic embellishments line the soft, slubbed cotton of this neutral bed topper.
Anthropologie Besalu Coverlet
Embroidered cotton. Machine wash. Imported
Anthropologie Soft-Washed Linen Duvet
From draperies to bedding to trousseaus, linen has long been a tactile treat. After all, the flax fiber has been around since 30,000 B.C. when it was first used to secure Egyptian pharaohs in their tombs. At once durable and elegant, linen embodies a textural richness that's simply unparalleled, which is why we're incorporating it into our bedrooms. This collection is garment dyed using a day-long process that naturally softens the fibers, creating a look and feel that's perfect in both traditio
Anthropologie Bertilia Duvet
The neutral palette of this duvet perfectly complements its dramatic texture, created by crocheted trim that divides panels of ruched cotton.