This spring we could all use a little added brightness. And with Mother’s Day ahead, we’re looking to Anthropologie for all the mothers, mother figures, and anybody deserving of celebration in our lives. Ever a Remodelista favorite, Anthropologie offers a slew of well-designed housewares, gifts, self-care essentials, and kitchen wares—including, this spring, exclusive collaborations with a South African artist and cheerful small finds (taper candles, woven kitchen towels) to wrap and give.
Today we’re rounding up our favorite Mother’s Day gifts from Anthropologie, all under $50. Take a look.Above: Anthropologie partnered with South Africa-based artist Lucie de Moyencourt to create Lucie de Moyencourt Taper Candle Holders with her trademark sea- and shell-inspired motifs. Each stoneware candle holder is hand-glazed and patterned; $30. Above: Bright-colored mix-and-match Woven Geo Dishcloths are made of cotton and fully machine washable; $24 for a set of six. Above: Hand-painted cement Minka Textured Pots are best delivered filled with flowers. The pots come in a range of sizes, including $24 for the extra-small size and $42 for the small. Above: Blossom Seed Kits are prettily packaged with a mix of dried botanicals and seeds. They come in six varieties, from wildflowers to marigold to larkspur; $8 each. Above: Mer-Sea & Co. Avant Garden Soap comes in three varieties: Sweet Clementine, Climbing Roses, and Butterfly Garden. Each bar is $18 and comes wrapped in a floral satin cloth, no wrapping needed. Above: A practical pick-me-up for just about anyone: The cotton Peyton Dish Towel is woven in Portugal and comes in three colorways. Each towel is $18.