These patterned chairs are part of Anthropologie’s new Poppy Collection in partnership with designer Mark D. Sikes. They can be placed together to form a loveseat.
PHILADELPHIA – Anthropologie has partnered with interior designer Mark D. Sikes to launch its newest offering, the Poppy Collection.
Sikes is known for his all-American sensibility and his fresh take on timeless, classical aesthetics. The collection celebrates the relationship between the indoors and outdoors by bringing a well-informed approach to daily living.
The name for the Poppy Collection came from Sikes’ French bulldog. It’s comprised of fabrications and patterns that each tell a different story and create distinctive rooms.
The collection showcases a thoughtfully curated assortment of pieces that can be added or taken apart depending on space requirements.
Ranging from furniture, lighting, wallpaper and tabletop pieces to linens, candles and decorative accessories, the collection is centered around maximalist prints, while still being “flexible, versatile and refreshing,” according to Sikes.
The collection is available both in-store and on Anthropologie.com starting today.