20 Straight-Up Perfect Anthropologie Finds Under $30

Mykonos Serving Bowl
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If you're anything like us, Anthropologie is probably bookmarked on your web browser as one of your most-frequented sites (hand raises), which makes sense since it's a one-stop shop for stylish clothing, cute shoes, and amazing home decor. Anthropologie seriously makes redecorating so easy. While their furniture and bedding options can be pricey, there are tons of affordable decorative items under — wait for it — $30. Here, 20 fabulous finds to revamp your home without breaking the bank.

Palm Leaf Dish
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As functional as it is adorable, this trinket dish can be placed on your entryway table to catch keys or on your vanity to hold jewelry.

Capri Blue Matte Jar Candle
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Hand-poured in Mississippi, these soy wax blend candles come in three unique fragrances — Volcano, Coastal, and Sugar Cane — and burn for 60-75 hours. Plus, the matte glass jars add a pop of color and whimsy to any room.

Connected Goods Billy Belly Basket
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Use this artisan-made seagrass basket as a planter or to organize clutter, like toys, blankets, towels, and more. When it's not being used, simply fold it up and stick in a closet or drawer out of the way.

Vestige Lipstick Holder
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Keep all your lippies in one place with this antique-inspired brass tray. Not only will it keep you from losing your lipsticks, but it also adds sophistication and glamour to your bathroom or vanity.

Andrew Ludick Louis Pitcher
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Fill this cheerful stoneware pitcher with your favorite summer beverage (mint lemonade, anyone?) for a backyard barbecue with friends.

Bridgette Towel Hook
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Perfect for hanging hats, jewelry, or towels, this minimalist hook will look great in your entryway, bedroom, or bathroom.

Baker Stripe Dish Towels
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These striped dish towels are almost too lovely to use! They make a thoughtful gift and fun, playful addition to any kitchen.

Woven Grass Vase
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Taking a cue from the outdoors, this neutral, rattan-wrapped vase works beautifully as a centerpiece on your coffee or dining room table — just add fresh-cut flowers.

Alma Cake Stand
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Whether it's holding a cake or a stack of muffins, this pretty glass stand is handy and decorative. Use it to serve bite-size sandwiches at book club or brownies after your next dinner party.

Nina Cheese Markers
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If curating a cheeseboard is your go-to move for wine night with friends, these markers guarantee to make it even more Instagrammable while letting guests know exactly what they're cutting into.

Ceramic Lidded Bowl
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Great for holding popcorn for movie night or keeping nuts fresh (thanks to the lid), this glazed stoneware bowl is pretty enough to leave out on your countertop.

Penelope Rattan Placement
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This rattan placemat brings a touch of natural texture to any tablescape and — because it's in a neutral tone — will pair seamlessly with any of your current linens and serveware.

Besart Serving Utensils
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These stainless steel serving utensils have hammered details and gold borders making them a fancy housewarming gift that's easy on the wallet.

Tempeste Platter
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Hand-painted in shades of blue with woven handles, this gorgeous platter is perfect for holding snacks or your entree for alfresco dining in the summer.

Caitlin Wilson Marseille Stripe Pillow
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This plush, cabana-inspired pillow just screams "summer." The peachy-pink stripes and tassels bring the beach vibes right into your home whether you throw it on your bed or on a chaise lounge in your sunroom.

Gilded Lanter
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Create a romantic ambience in your home or a dreamy dinner party spread by dotting the table with these gilded lanterns.

Mykonos Serving Bowl
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Show us a cuter dish — we'll wait. This two-tone bowl doubles as a vessel for holding fresh fruit in the kitchen and a serving piece to show off when friends come over for brunch.

Cursive Candlestick
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Guaranteed to make a statement — whether you use it as a centerpiece on your dining room table or as decor for your entryway credenza — this under-$30 cursive candleholder brings elegance and sophistication to any room.

Ring for Rose Doorbell Cover
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Ring for rosé — don't mind if we do! This chic doorbell cover is a cheeky way to welcome guests to your home.

Lotus Pot
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This organic-looking blush planter looks quite nice potted with a succulent or cascading fern. Place it in a sunny window or find a spot for it on a bookshelf to add some greenery to your gallery wall.


Susan Brickell

Susan Brickell

Susan Brickell is a New York-based writer and editor obsessed with cozy jungalow spaces, chic athleisure, and the newest skincare trends.