Anthropologie unveils furniture line with Katie Hodges

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PHILADELPHIA — Anthropologie, the lifestyle brand, announced the launch of its exclusive furnishings collaboration with Katie Hodges, a Los Angeles-based interior designer who is known for her approach to designs that blend functionality and aesthetics.

With a commitment to creating residential and commercial spaces that are inventive, Hodges has garnered widespread attention as a leader in the design industry. Hodges' collection with Anthropologie is her first collaboration with the brand and reflects her aesthetic that is designed to elevate spaces to new heights. The 35-piece assortment of bedroom, living room and bathroom furnishings focuses on cozy neutrals with organic shapes and textures. The collection includes an array of items such as a sofa, occasional chairs, case goods, lighting, accessories, textiles and candles, among other products.

"With the holiday season behind us, our customers are looking forward to refreshing their space with pieces that feel both refined and relaxed," Aaron Mutscheller, President at Anthropologie Living & Terrain, said in a press release. "I've long been a fan of Katie's interiors, and she was the perfect partner to bring this transitional collection to life. Her style and design sensibility seamlessly merge modern and traditional designs, which our customers have a great appreciation for. From tonal hues to a lighter, more minimalist palette, we crafted this collection with our customer's lifestyle and aspirations in mind."

"When designing this collection with Anthropologie, warmth and functionality were at the forefront of every design decision," Hodges expressed in the release. "Together, we created pieces that remained true to Anthropologie's artful aesthetic with a touch of California Cool, which resonates well with my community and clients. Each piece is meticulously designed to seasonally refresh a space, allowing our customers to truly unwind amidst organic lines and tonal hues that don't feel overly designed."

The Katie Hodges exclusively for Anthropologie collection is available both in-store and online. The line is produced between $58 for a sheet set and $2,498 for a sofa.

 

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