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Home Sweet Home

If your new year's resolution involved clearing out clutter and giving your humble abode a new look, Anthropologie on Regent Street may have just the thing to spruce up your home. With an extensive array of homeware, ranging from kitchen crockery and baking equipment to bathroom essentials and garden accessories, this treasure chest located at the bottom end of Regent Street towards Piccadilly Circus is one of our number one hot spots in central London.

The latest collection from Anthropologie is guaranteed to bring brightness to your home - be it a flat in London or a house in London - a splash of colour from this store is all it takes to bring your interiors right up to date. Inject some extra oomph into your living room with a quirky cushion, our personal favourite being the pretty Peafowl design. For the dining room, an extensive range of table cloths in a multitude of patterns, prints and colours are available, perfect for mix and matching with your crockery.
Artist Ruan Hoffman has worked with Anthropologie to create a range of dinnerware as well as a tea set, wall paper and even door knobs. The artist's signature style of dreamy, languid blue ink on white is transposed onto this range to create an insouciant, beautiful collection to add to your cupboards, shelves, or walls - if the wallpaper is an option.

Other stand out pieces from the latest additions at Anthropologie include a selection of velvet rug coloured chairs, that come in sky blue, lime green and pink, a real zesty infusion to any living space. Following Hoffman's ink blue theme, a tie-dye upholstered sofa makes for an eye-catching piece of furniture, meanwhile the matching coasters (imbued with a range of ink blue patterns - mix 'n' match) would look great on a coffee table just next to it.

Take time to check out Anthropologie, you will need at least half an hour to take it all in. The interior of the shop itself is inspiring, giving you plenty to work with in terms of your own living space...

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Two Underground stations provide easy access:
Oxford Circus (Northern end of Regent Street): Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines
Piccadilly Circus (Southern end of Regent Street): Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines


Regent Street bus routes are: C2, 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453*
*Those in bold provide a 24 hour service.