In search of something to give the mother figure in your life—or anybody in need of a little brightness these days? This spring we’re turning to Anthropologie for their assortment of well-designed housewares, self-care essentials, kitchen wares, and gifts of all sorts. Their offerings include exclusive artisan collaborations and sustainable, stylish finds made from repurposed goods—many of them so pretty they hardly need wrapping.
A couple weeks back we rounded up our favorite Anthropologie gifts under $50 ; today we’re assembling our standout finds in the $50 to $100 range. Take a look. Above: Flowers are the go-to when it comes to Mother’s Day, but a dried arrangement will last far longer. The Dried Affirmation Bouquet from Anthropologie is available in three options: yellow (including dried sudangrass, willow twigs, and strawflowers), gray (including statice flowers and strawflowers), and purple (including silver dollar eucalyptus, globe amaranth, palm fronds ). Each is $58. Above: The hand-painted stoneware Livia Pitcher ($68) adds brightness to the table, whether filled with lemonade or a bundle of spring branches. Above: For the gardener or bird watcher, there’s the Sunset Camel Hump Bird House ($68) by ethical and fair-trade outfit All Across Africa. Each bird house is hand-woven of elephant grass by women in Ghana and comes with a tag profiling each maker. Above: The handcrafted Oval Wood Serving Board ($98) makes a practical gift for the cook or entertainer. Above: Business & Pleasure Co.’s Cooler ($78) is ready for summer picnics, beach days, and expeditions of all sorts. Designed by two Australian friends, it’s made from cotton canvas with a recycled plastic lining and is available in black and white (shown) and a retro color-blocked design. Above: The Open Weave Hanging Basket ($58) by All Across Africa is also handwoven in Ghana and makes for a beautiful place to display produce (or a dried arrangement). Above: And Anthropologie’s Upcycled Vendima Throw Blanket ($98)—part of their Sustainable Style collection—makes use of cotton scraps in the company’s prints and patterns, assembled together with kantha stitching. The quilt is available in four colorways, including green (shown). For a look at all of the offerings, head to Anthropologie’s Mother’s Day Gift Guide .