Minimalists, rejoice! Designer Erin Fetherston has just revealed her first home collection with Anthropologie: Dulcette. The sweet yet elegant line of furniture and homeware represents the latest addition to the lifestyle retailer’s ever-growing design catalog, which also includes collaborations with the likes of Mark D. Sikes and Amber Lewis.
Dulcette’s offerings range from cocktail tables and quilts to rugs and buffets. What unites them is Fetherston’s signature sense of whimsy and romance: The pendant and floor lamp playfully balance brass and ribbed glass in concentric circles, and the sofa and swivel chair are upholstered in a sumptuous blush velvet.
Accessories, meanwhile, offer a more budget-friendly entry point to Fetherston’s breezy interior landscape. A white vase resembling a blooming flower perfectly accompanies home flora, and a set of gold-hued bookends in the shape of portly birds makes for a timeless addition to a home library.
Since Fetherston’s roots are in the fashion industry—she debuted her eponymous collection in Paris back in 2005—her Anthro collab also includes a handful of chic dresses. It’s all part of an ethos she’s held since the beginning of her runway days: to “evoke a sense of fantasy and playfulness that makes women feel beautiful and confident,” she says. That idea continues in her interiors work, which includes residential projects for celebrity clients like Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Jenna Dewan.
Ready to get the look? Shop out the collection below, with price points starting at just $34 and capping at $3,498.
Associate Market Editor
Helena Madden is ELLE DECOR’s associate market editor, and covers all things product and trend, from flatware and furnishings to kitchen and bath. She previously worked as a staff writer at Robb Report, where she covered luxury news with a focus on interior design.