Friday, April 13, 2012

SHOPPING ANTHROPOLOGIE ATLANTA









Join me for a little weekend shopping at one of my favorite shops.   While visiting my sister for the weekend we went to Anthro, a shop we both love. I love the display of wares and clothing and maybe find a big sale going on. Sorry for the iphone photos, not very good but you'll see why I love this place. Come and take a stroll with me.

Books




Teapots 


Ooh la la, French Plates



Lamps






Perfume Bottles




Candles




Furniture



Toys














My sister bought this sweater












57 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness~~~I love anthro!
    I have some of those tea cups you shared:)

    Happy PS!

    xo
    Kay Ellen

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  2. Soooo much fun!! I love Anthro and haven't been lately, so thanks for the tour! Happy Pink Saturday!! ~Lorraine ♥♥♥

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  3. ahhh looks like you had a fun time ! Love shops like this. We went to Laurie Anna's in Canton, TX and it was an eye full of delightful displays as well.
    Happy pink Saturday and I hope you are able to go back when the French plates are on sale.

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  4. Great pics. I hope they had the sale you were hoping to find. To many pretties to choose from.

    HPS

    LL

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  5. Praying you are having a wonderful week-end...so good to be visiting each one of you...Happy Pink Saturday!!!!!!
    Come by and visit
    My Sweet Prairie Home....
    God Bless You !!!!! Kandy

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  6. What an amazing store. I love Anthro so much! Everything is so unique. Thanks for the inspiration.

    blessings,
    karianne

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  7. Oh I could spend the whole day in this store!!
    Here's mine:
    http://junkboattravels.blogspot.ca/2012/04/pink-saturday_14.html

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  8. I'm going around visiting everyone on today's PINK SATURDAY list.....with my hot cup of coffee, of course! Just wanted to let you know that I was here! Have yourself a great weekend, and stop by my place if you've the time!

    ciao bella
    Creative Carmelina
    xo

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  9. Thanks so much for dropping by and commenting, it is much appreciated!!
    I love Dublin too!!!

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  10. P.S. I'm your latest follower. I just went to look at your post on Dublin and loved all the photos and recognized everywhere you were.

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  11. What a great store. I have heard of it but never visited one. I especially love the horse. xo

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  12. Don't you just love anthropologie! At Christmas I texted my husband photos from the store as my wish list! So I own the book Lunch in Paris (I just read it for the second time - LOVE it) and the Petit Macaroon book. I haven't yet made them but I will. Great post. Happy Pink Saturday. ~Marti

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  13. I love browing around in Anthropologie! Not only for their goods but also to see how their very talented set designers have decorated the store. They are so creative!
    Happy Pink Saturday!

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  14. I would have gone crazy over all those beautiful tea-cups. I really enjoyed this tour. Thanks,Deb

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  15. I too love Anthro. They have so many amazing things.Don't love their prices, but great inspiration.
    Wonderful to have you be a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  16. I have had my eye on the Let Them Eat Cake and Make Do vases for a few months, but I cannot bring myself to buy them because i already own too many vases.

    Can you get over that rickshaw? The Atlanta store has so many fun things the Birmingham store lacks. :D

    xo,
    RJ

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  17. I love the store but it is ridiculously expensive if you as me. My philosophy is look but don't buy. Great stuff though.

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  18. Oh what eye candy the Atlanta Anthropologie store has to offer that the one here doesn't! What a fantastic teapot! Thanks for the tour :)

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  19. That looks like a wonderful store. I adore the cabinet filled with dishes and the tea towels on the fronts. Sorry no dishes you wanted on sale but there will be another chance to plan a fun trip.
    Ann

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  20. looks like a fun afternoon of retail therapy! Always love the home section there-the French plates are fabulous!

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  21. Oh My YES! It is such a fun,fun,fun place! We need HOURS to explore... AND did you get out of there WITHOUT a BAG OF GOODIES??? Your sister's sweater is SO CUTE!
    It's a bit overwhelming...I usually have to SLEEP ON IT, DREAM ABOUT IT, then go back FOR "ANOTHER LOOK"...Then I can leave with several bags of goodies!
    I even LOVE the layout of the store. It's almost like a village in itself!
    Have a wonderful week,
    Donna

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  22. lucky you!!! and with your sister yet....what a fun day!!
    have a great week.

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  23. Emily, I haven't been to Anthropologie in quite a while and you just reminded me why. They have so many pretty things!! It is very hard to be in control there...I always want it all. Your pictures are wonderful.
    ♥, Susan

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  24. I could happily spend an hour or three! Beautiful post, Emily.

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  25. i love Anthropologie--they have a great merchandise. i've been to their stores in PA, Dallas and Sfo. the driftwood horse is a work of art.:p

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  26. The blue I like best is the "let them eat cake."

    Happy Blue Monday, Emily.

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  27. I've never been in one of their stores but I just KNEW they would be awesome.....and, I was right.
    Thanks, Em, for taking us along. And, your iPhone photos are great. :)
    Now, I have the desire to go to their online site and see what's going on over there. :)
    xo bj

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  28. I want to go! Thanks for sharing joann

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  29. Oh my goodness glory I want to come too!!! I'm quite smitten with your sis's sweater girl!

    Your pictures are just marvelous...'felt like I was right by your side.

    God bless ya and have yourself a glorious week sweetie!!! :o)

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  30. I love that store, Emily.
    I especially love their over-the-top displays. They sure know how to create the most amazing displays -- in their stores and in their windows -- that I could spend hours just examining and wondering how their brains came up with it!

    So inspiring.
    Love the lamps and French plates.
    xox
    A

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  31. Oh Emily maybe there is enough medication (Valium) for me to brave the drive to and around Atlanta for THAT store. I would surely buy one item. I do have one of their darling butter dishes purchased from one of my consignment stores I deal with.

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  32. Cool lamps, really like the teapot one.

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  33. Omg! I was drooling all over those beautiful plates. Thanks for sharing...Christine

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  34. Amazing selection!

    Please come and see my BLUES, when you get a chance.

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  35. Interesting and beautiful share of Blues..

    Visiting for Blue Monday- hope you can stop by:)

    http://www.sweetposh.info/2012/04/too-small-too-little-bye-summer-dress.html

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  36. Such pretty dishes and teapots! I think it's a good thing I haven't been in one of these yet!

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  37. OH wow I think I have seen more here than when I went to the store in Vancouver!
    Thanks for the tour!

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  38. Oh yes, I enjoyed it very much! There is nothing at all, whatsoever like this up here. I'll have to go searching the next time we're south of the border.

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  39. LOve love love Anthro! Thanks for sharing!
    Angie

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  40. My favorite store. Every time I go in, I always find something I have to have...
    New Follower. Would love for you to share on Simple & Sweet Fridays. Everyone loves Anthropologie.


    Jody

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  41. I love it all, and I want at least one of each.

    Happy Pink Saturday.♥

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  42. What an awesome and unbelievable shop. It is dreamy. I, too, love those French plates, and that first tea pot is one of the wonders of the world in my mind. Loved all of your pictures. Looked at them several times. genie

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  43. I must admit, I've never been to Anthropologie..oh, what I've been missing.! Thanks for sharing your shopping trip..too bad you couldn't find anything...you'll just have to go back there another time. :)
    Babs

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  44. Such a fun store to browse around in. We have one about 30 minutes away. The french plates are beautiful.

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  45. Oh my gosh....I am totally swooning over here over all the goodies there! Wow! Looks like I need to schedule a shopping excursion to Anthro...!!! ♥

    xoxo laurie

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  46. I love to browse through our local store. The Atlanta one seems to have quite a bit more decorative items than our does. Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Sherry

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  47. I love, love Anthropologie!! We have two in Kansas City; one right up the street from me. It is such a treat to visit, they have everything one can imagine!

    I have a $100 Giveaway from Soft Surroundings on my site if you would like to enter!!

    Xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  48. It is a good thing I am home alone - poor dog! I am squealing with delight at the lovely things there! It is probably a better thing that I live 2 hours from Atlanta - I'd be over in a heartbeat! I thoroughly enjoyed the virtual shopping! So glad you shared with Home and Garden Thursday!
    Have a great weekend,
    Kathy

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  49. Thanks for sharing, love the virtual tour you have given us.

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  50. What great shopping! Loved all the great dishes and serving pieces. I always love tabletop items!

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  51. Emily, what fun!! I would have the time of my life shopping with you!! These images are just teasing me! LOL!! Looks like a great time!

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  52. Ohh! What a great stop. I have only seen it online! Thanks for taking us there. Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  53. 'Just droppin' in to wish you a fantastically blessed weekend!!! :O)

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  54. Hello, Emily! You've got to share your link party tricks! If I signed up for that many, it would take me a week! By the way, I assume that by and throw you mean anthropology. I don't get there often, but I love the place. Looks like you have a very large one store in your area. All the best, Barbara

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  55. I meant Anthro ... So much for voice recognition software!

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  56. Thanks for the shopping trip. Pick me up eight of those colorful cups next time. Those are so lovely!

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