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What We’re Loving: Anthropologie’s Hobnail Pitcher

What We’re Loving: Anthropologie’s Hobnail Pitcher


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Serve up spring and summer beverages in this bright pitcher

We love this retro-esque pitcher from Anthropologie for multiple reasons.

First, while it comes in a few hues, the vibrant, beautiful shade of turquoise is stunning and definitely looks like it could be an antique.

The bright color can certainly give off a warm-weather entertaining vibe, but you can use this pitcher all year round for ice water on the table during any meal or for specialty cocktails during the holidays.

Though heavy, its weight is just a reflection of the quality of the glass. The wide neck makes it easy to clean, and its presentation speaks for itself.

It should come as no surprise that it has been backordered since its release a few weeks ago and the rave reviews from customers are pouring in from all over the site as well as on Pinterest.

All that’s running through our heads right now is the afternoon beverages we could serve up on the patio like iced tea, lemonade, and sangria — oh, summer, where are you?


8 Pieces We’re Picking Up From The Anthropologie Sale

While we love Anthropologie’s bohemian style all year round, it’s especially exciting when we can scoop up the pieces during one of their sales. Here, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite items from their most recent sale to help you sort through all the expertly crafted goods. Just don’t wait too long, these won’t be around much longer.

Throw these vibrant pillows on any neutral sofa, bed, or lounge chair for the perfect burst of color and texture. From the deep magenta and teal to the rich yellow and oranges, we love how every color comes together to complement one another.

Anthropologie loves to make our kitchen staples a little more beautiful and these apple-shaped measuring cups are no exception. The set of five ceramic cups lets you measure out your ingredients with whimsical flair and is part of an artist collaboration with Parisian ceramicist Elise Lefebvre.

This fringed, cotton throw was made for a cozy fall night. The neutral tones will go with just about any decor, while sequin embellishments add a bit of eye-catching shimmer.

More than just a mug, this is a piece of art. The handmade porcelain design was created by artist Amy Hamley and is inspired by her Pennsylvania childhood. Part of the Canyon Dinnerware collection, the mix of navy, teal, and peach comes from the colors of Western sunsets.

The horn accent on these forks, knives, and spoons dress up the traditional gold flatware, giving it a modern edge. Get the five-piece setting to entertain and impress all your family and friends.

Who isn’t obsessed with Anthropologie’s luxe candles? Not only do they smell incredible, the simple and always elegant jars double as a piece of decor. The paraffin-soy wax blend allows it a lengthy burn time so, you can enjoy this bright scent time and time again, no matter the season.

Break out this chic corkscrew or bottle opener next time you have people over and you’re sure to impress. The brass polka dots against the bright white marble give these staples a fun flair.

We’re loving the bright blue hues of this hand-painted ceramic pitcher—its unique teardrop-shaped basin makes for the perfect addition to a brunch or dinner tablescape.


We’re Loving This Soju + Melona Recipe!

Based on the Top 10 shows on Netflix, it’s safe to assume pretty much all of us are marathoning the best Kdramas we can find. A common theme of their culture we get to view may strike a chord with us and our longing for our past lives: drinking.

Way too many scenes feature drinking soju, we can’t help but miss our favorite flavored drinks! In the meantime, we’ll just have to master the art of making our own soju cocktails while virtually drinking with our friends. Try out these 10 soju cocktail recipes with common ingredients you might have at home!


Healthy New Year: Water Pitchers + Recipes


As you’ll see later today, I’m not much for New Year’s resolutions. I love reading other people’s, but the idea of big promises doesn’t work quite as well for me. I tend to focus on small daily changes and testing out what sticks, usually related to healthy living. Some weeks are better than others, but my simplest goal is always to drink more water. A few years ago I discovered that the best way to trick myself into drinking more water was to flavor it with something subtle and delicious. I’ve tested just about every fruit and water combination there is, so I thought I’d share my favorite recipes here today, as well as some pretty pitchers (many with built-in flavor infusers) that might encourage you to drink more water (and skip the plastic bottles). I’m always hunting for cool new “spa water” recipes to try, so if you’ve got a favorite, please please share it with me in the comments below. My typical cucumber/mint and lemon/lime routine is getting a little tired. Here’s to a happy, healthy new year for all of us, and a few more glasses of water. xo, grace

My favorite easy-to-make water blends

Image above: 1. Ceramic Water Filter, $895 (a pricey but pretty water commitment) | 2. Ona Pitcher, $24.95 | 3. Striped Pitcher, $42| 4. Aalto Pitcher, $115 | 5. Rimini Pitcher, $72 | 6. Alpha Pitcher, $196 | 7. Glass Infuser Pitcher, $39 | 8. Fruit Infusion Jug, $25 | 9. Off Pitcher and Cup, $246 (custom made)

More pitchers after the jump . . .

Image above, left to right: Soda Lime Pitcher, $28 | Infuser Jug, $19.99 | Infuser Pitcher, $19.95 | Menu Water Jug, $49.99

Image above, left to right: Recycled Glass Pitcher, $27 | Kumquat Pitcher, $268 (splurge)

Image above, left to right: White Pitcher, $39 | Cafe Pitcher, $29


What We’re Loving: Anthropologie’s Hobnail Pitcher - Recipes

Just as the Son of Man did not come to be served,
but to serve, and to give His life as a ransom for many
.
Matthew 20:28

For this is My blood of the covenant,
which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.

Matthew 28:20

33 comments:

Very pretty! The red blue and white color combinations with the doily looks very classic!

Perfection, Cheryl! There isn't anything prettier than a bunch of tulips in this pretty pitcher, and I love the surrounding doily frame! Swoon!

Cheryl, this is an absolutely gorgeous card. Your coloring is beautiful.

This is so very beautiful Cheryl, I love the colors :)

Cheryl, your card is gorgeous. I love the layout and paper that you chose - they complement your image beautifully! I just finished a couple of tulip cards today - must be spring. Loved reading your post today. We had our Maundy Thursday service last night, a Good Friday service tonight, Prayer Vigil tomorrow, and our Easter begins with 6:30 a.m. lakeside sunrise service. It's always been our favorite holiday. Blessings to you, and Happy Easter!

Oh Cheryl, this is so beautiful and definitely projects the beauty of God's gifts to us color and tulips. you used the perfect designer paper for your bg. gotta love that G45, right? Lovely card done with exceptional talent and love. Happy Easter, my sweet friend. God Bless, Anne

Your card and the tulips you colored are beautiful! I love how you ended your blog post--praise be to God for his Son.

Wow is right Cheryl. Your tulips are stunning - beautiful work my friend. I love the country feel of this beauty.

Dear Cheryl,
What beautiful tulips and I love the coloring contrast with the hobnail pitcher. Have a blessed Easter!

Cheryl, I had to come to your blog after seeing this beautiful card on SCS. Again, those tulips are striking, and I love, love the pitcher! You have a blessed Easter!!

Oh Cheryl, I just love this one!! I must get it! I love the deep red tulips and the vase you colored. Everything is beautiful my dear friend!!
Hope you are doing well. I haven't been to DDA for a while, I should check on everyone.
Love you my sweet friend!

Absolutely glorious Cheryl!

Your card is absolutely gorgeous!! I just love the coloring of your tulips, Cheryl!! So much depth!! The pairing of the red tulips, the doily framing and the blue is stunning!! Gorgeous design and card my friend!! Hope you have a blessed Easter dear friend!! HUGS.

It's beautiful, Cheryl, and your pitcher matches the paper perfectly! Love the red tulips in combination with the blue. And what a pretty doily die. Would you believe I do not have a single doily die? Tsk tsk. We're heading out for Easter weekend, but wanted to pop in first and wish you a happy Easter. Take care!

sigh. this image is just exquisite and your coloring has made it more so. Totally gorgeous my friend. The blue of your pitcher is a perfect match for the papers and the red of the tulips is breath taking.
I'm thinking along those lines myself as we are having Communion tonight. May your Easter be a blessed one. Hugs!

Miss Cheryl, you've out done yourself. I honestly didn't think you could get any better, but I am just in awe of you coloring talents. And that doily and pretty teal patterned paper against those beautiful red tulips is just gorgeous! I have a new favorite!!

Oh Cheryl this is so gorgeous! I love the red tulips! So lifelike! The added doily and designer paper indeed give a country feels to the entire card. Yes! You did your paper piercing. LOL. I always like seeing them on your cards. Wishing you a blessing Easter Sunday. Hugs, Christina

So beautiful Cheryl!! I really love the blue and doily to go with the red tulips! You did a fabulous coloring them too! I to am so thankful for a Savior who could love a wretch like me!! Happy Resurrection Day Cheryl, blessing :)

Superb card Cheryl, loved hearing all the steps that led to its creation, well done on the colouring, the Lord helps bring things together doesn't He as you send up a quick prayer for inspiration.

Yes, for He is risen indeed, as He said. Glory Hallelujah.

What joy it is to know death is a defeated foe it no longer has power over any who put their trust in their Saviour, happy Resurrection day dear Cheryl.
Shaz in Oz.x

Oh Cheryl, this is stunning! I love the red tulips among all the navy and white, very striking! Gorgeous composition, love the white doily behind your image, and as always your colouring is exquisite! Sorry for posting so late, it's been a busy weekend!

Stunning Cheryl, such lovely coloring and you did match the vase perfectly with your paper selection!! Hope you enjoyed a wonderful Easter!

Cheryl, I love how you centered this image in the doily. So beautiful. Lovely shading here. Hugs, Autumn

Your pitcher of tulips is just beautiful, Cheryl! Your color choices & coloring are lovely.

My favorite flower on beautiful display :) Gorgeous colouring and card!!

Hello, my dear sister in the Lord Cheryl. I hope you are having a blessed week. I want to thank you for stopping by to share your talents with us. Your cards always make me smile, and I am SO grateful to you for playing along.
God bless you always,
Karen
Word Art Wednesday

You've done such a beautiful job with this image, Cheryl! I love everything about it, from the color choices to the lovely coloring of your tulips. The white doily just sets everything off so perfectly!

Have a wonderful week!
Hugs,
Barb :)

Red tulips look wonderful and oh the darker vase is fabulous. Beautiful.

stunning card mf. I am looking forward to finally seeing my tulips in a few weeks. They are way behind because of all the snow we got!
hugs,
Karen

THUD. Absolutely. Stunning. The rich vibrant colors of both the tulips and the vase. Oh my what a gorgeous creation.

Another card so gorgeously colored! Thanks for sharing your copic colors Cheryl!


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Hobnail Glass Dishes

The hobnail glass trend was starting by the company Fenton Glass, which was started in 1905. Similar to the jadeite trend, hobnail glass became a staple for families during World War II during a time when American importing companies couldn&rsquot receive glassware from overseas. In 1952, the hobnail glass design became Fenton&rsquos flagship pattern, which Bill Fenton once said became the company&rsquos &ldquobread and butter&rdquo collection.

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We Found The Loveliest Mother’s Day Gifts At Anthropologie

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, time is running out to find that perfect little something to let the mom figure in your life know she’s loved and appreciated. Special people deserve equally special gifts, which is why you don’t want to leave this particular task to the last minute. To keep your search on track, we rounded up all sorts of unique gift ideas from the ultimate destination of crowd-pleasing trinkets & treasures: Anthropologie.

From new moms to long-distance moms and dog moms, there's no one gift that's perfectly suited to an occasion honoring them all. Sure, same-day flower deliveries are a safe bet — but, it's tough to beat a Mother's Day gift that's hand-picked for her from Anthropologie's shimmering wealth of very lovely options. We scouted out everything from mom necklaces to pretty floral pitchers, chic gardening gear, luxurious pairs of PJs, and (if you’re still committed to the whole bouquet idea) a lovely dried bunch of hydrangeas.

Ahead, check out our top Anthropologie Mother's Day gift picks to ensure this May 9th is the best one she's had to date.

At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.

This botanical mug is will serve as a daily reminder of her overall wonderfulness.

Nathalie Lété Mom Botanical Mug, $, available at Anthropologie

Add a touch of hand-painted charm to your favorite memories with mom.

Anthropologie Dagny Frame, $, available at Anthropologie

For the moms who know how greenery can create a sense of calm in any living space, this terracotta planter will take their indoor plant game to new heights.

Anthropologie Sonny Pot, $, available at Anthropologie

A chic sleep set made for the chic women in your life.

Anthropologie Ella Pajama Set, $, available at Anthropologie

This delightful little dish can hold pins and paperclips on her desk, or earrings and rings on her dresser.

Anthropologie Sunburst Trinket Dish, $, available at Anthropologie

This uber-soft, faux-fur blanket is like the next best thing to a hug.

Anthropologie Aleksi Faux Fur Throw Blanket, $, available at Anthropologie

This necklace is small, simple, and sentimental statement of her very important role and relationships.

Thatch Monogram Necklace, $, available at Anthropologie

When in doubt, a candle is always a guaranteed crowd pleaser when it comes to presents. But don't settle for any ol' option: This hand-poured candle and its stunning glass vessel are inspired by the sunrise.

Capri Blue Sunrise Glass Jar Candle, $, available at Anthropologie

For a gift that comes with the promise of breakfast in bed, consider this beautifully crafted, rattan-woven tray.

Anthropologie Natasha Breakfast Tray, $, available at Anthropologie

For a trendy twist on a Mother's Day classic, go for a dried bouquet that'll long outlive your typical flower delivery.

Heartfelt by Anthropologie Dried Hydrangea Bouquet, $, available at Anthropologie

If you could put a luxurious night's sleep in a box, this would be it.

Slip Silk Pillowcase, $, available at Anthropologie

This multipurpose apron is made for the mom that's not afraid to make a mess. It's even got pockets for tools, cloths, and fresh herbs clipped from the garden.

Heartfelt by Anthropologie Garden Apron, $, available at Anthropologie

Because the hostess with the mostest definitely needs a gleaming agate cheese board.

Anthropologie Agate Cheese Board, $, available at Anthropologie

This budget-friendly gift idea will do wonders on her skin without taking a toll on your wallet.

Mer-Sea & Co. Avant Garden Hand Cream, $, available at Anthropologie

Show her "a garden's worth of gratitude" (yes, we took that delightful phrase from Anthropologie's product description) with the gift of a hand-painted vase.

Anthropologie Zahara Vase, $, available at Anthropologie

Moms spend a lot of time on their feet, so you can count on these fuzzy slippers to deliver some well-deserved coziness and cheer.

Casa Clara Olivia Shearling Slippers, $, available at Anthropologie

These tile-inspired coasters are made in Portugal and will bring a vibrant, international, yet practical flair to her decor.

Anthropologie Azulejo Tile Coasters, Set of 4, $, available at Anthropologie

This whimsical planter is one of Anthropologie's best sellers for a reason, so you can count on mom enjoying this gilded giraffe silhouette as much as the next Anthro shopper.

Anthropologie Gia Giraffe Planter, $, available at Anthropologie

Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?


Healthy New Year: Water Pitchers + Recipes


As you’ll see later today, I’m not much for New Year’s resolutions. I love reading other people’s, but the idea of big promises doesn’t work quite as well for me. I tend to focus on small daily changes and testing out what sticks, usually related to healthy living. Some weeks are better than others, but my simplest goal is always to drink more water. A few years ago I discovered that the best way to trick myself into drinking more water was to flavor it with something subtle and delicious. I’ve tested just about every fruit and water combination there is, so I thought I’d share my favorite recipes here today, as well as some pretty pitchers (many with built-in flavor infusers) that might encourage you to drink more water (and skip the plastic bottles). I’m always hunting for cool new “spa water” recipes to try, so if you’ve got a favorite, please please share it with me in the comments below. My typical cucumber/mint and lemon/lime routine is getting a little tired. Here’s to a happy, healthy new year for all of us, and a few more glasses of water. xo, grace

My favorite easy-to-make water blends

Image above: 1. Ceramic Water Filter, $895 (a pricey but pretty water commitment) | 2. Ona Pitcher, $24.95 | 3. Striped Pitcher, $42| 4. Aalto Pitcher, $115 | 5. Rimini Pitcher, $72 | 6. Alpha Pitcher, $196 | 7. Glass Infuser Pitcher, $39 | 8. Fruit Infusion Jug, $25 | 9. Off Pitcher and Cup, $246 (custom made)

More pitchers after the jump . . .

Image above, left to right: Soda Lime Pitcher, $28 | Infuser Jug, $19.99 | Infuser Pitcher, $19.95 | Menu Water Jug, $49.99

Image above, left to right: Recycled Glass Pitcher, $27 | Kumquat Pitcher, $268 (splurge)

Image above, left to right: White Pitcher, $39 | Cafe Pitcher, $29


7. Veritable Smart Garden

This smart garden takes the guesswork out of growing herbs and edible plants indoors with adjustable LED grow lights and an automatic watering system. In other words, you&rsquore giving the gift of fresh, home-grown goods year-round&mdashno green thumb required. Who wouldn&rsquot want one in their kitchen?


Recognizing Quality in Cranberry Glass

Whether old or new, cranberry glass has never been easy to manufacture. A slight mishap in the formulation would muddy a batch of glass and render it useless. "Gold ruby" glass, as these wares are known in Europe, still gets the same hand blown or pressed treatment it did more than 100 years ago.

In fact, Cranberry Glass World indicated as many as 26 skilled artisans being involved in the production of one piece of Fenton glassware in the process from blowing to finishing. In the finest glass, no ash, chips or unpolished markings should be visible. This includes the pontil, a rough spot on the bottom of a glass piece that looks broken and chipped when not polished. All blown glass items have a pontil where the finished glass separated from the blowing rod after completion. In a nicer glass, the pontil will be polished smooth.

Noting some bubbles and striations indicates a mouth-blown piece, but they shouldn't be overly large or interfere with the design of the glassware. Pieces that are hand molded should be relatively smooth showing minimum mold lines or marks. The points where one piece of glass attaches to another, as in a pitcher or basket handle, needs to be smoothly polished and clean.

Whether you prefer simple lines or ornate craftsmanship, there's a type of cranberry glass for every collector. When you notice a piece sparkling exceptionally bright, there's extraordinary history, craftsmanship, and a touch of lovely gold behind all that glimmer.


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