December 5, 2011

Anthropologie Rockefeller Center New York City

Anytime I am in the vicinity of St. Patrick's Cathedral or Radio City as I was for this years Christmas Show, I always stop into the Anthropologie store.

Here are some photos from this Christmas' trip starting with the window display.LobbyI think us DIYers can come up with something very similar (and cheaper)Love these mugs but the handle is so small and kinds awkward.The best drawer pulls!I love this store. So colorful but not cheap.

19 comments:

Curtains In My Tree said...

I am crazy about this store and have only been twice and wanted everything.

I am in LOVE with the measuring cups and would drive right down to the St Louis store if I could and get a set. Still can't see to drive well.

I am going to make some of those cute bottle brush trees in a jar
Thanks so much for sharing , this has brighten my day up seeing all this pretty

Janice

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

Anthropologie is one of my favorite places. My daughter gets to look at the clothes and get to see all the fun stuff for the house. Everyone's happy! Haven't been to the one in the city yet, looks good!

michelle said...

Hi Carmie! Love the pics, makes me want to just hang out there and soak it all in!
I hope you had a good Thanksgiving and are enjoying the holidays so far.
Hugs to you!
xoxox

Beauty Blogger Bri said...

Can you believe I've never been to Anthropologie before? I don't really have any near me, but I'd love to check one out someday. The window display and lobby are beautiful. Ooo, I adore those measuring cups! They remind me of Alice in Wonderland :)

Kris said...

You are so right about this store not being CHEAP! I have purchased some small items from here and really loved the variety of things they have to offer BUT, I am sure some of these items can be purchased somewhere else a bit cheaper. All in all, I still love to visit here and usually always find something unusual for gift giving!

Thanks for sharing!

Kris

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I've seen those trees being done here in blogland, Carmie! I hope to try them out myself. I can't believe how much they charge for them, too. Love the drawer pulls. I've found that Hobby Lobby has quite a selection at reasonable prices.

Maya @ Completely Coastal said...

I can't believe that I completely forgot about this when I was in New York this Nov!!

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A Lived in Home said...

I've been in that store and it's beautiful! They have a ton of great gift items!

alissa {33shadesofgreen} said...

Love the first shot! What a pretty display.

folkhaven said...

SOme serious eye candy! Love the goods, but I generally scoff at the prices. I may eventually break down and get the measuring cups though.

shadow*jewels said...

Totally gorgeous! thanks for sharing!

Threeundertwo said...

I'm still going "ooooooooh!" at the chandeliers...

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Cottage and Broome said...

One of my favorite Anthro, love that place. Your pictures are great. We featured another NYC place to visit this holiday season stop by if you get a chance, Laura

Phyllis@Around the House said...

wow...so beautiful...thanks for showing some beautiful and inspiring ideas...phyllis

Ruth said...

I do love this store, too but it is definitely way out of my price range. I do love the jars with bottle brush trees, so cute. I could probably make them.
Ruth

Mimi said...

Love Anthropologie too. Especially those tea cups.

Jen Lossing, The Consigner Designer said...

I also love this store. It is great to go in there and browse for inspiration. Thanks!

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