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Matilda Goad x Anthropologie is the playful cottagecore collab you didn’t know your home needed


By Megan Burns
06th Sep 2022
Matilda Goad x Anthropologie is the playful cottagecore collab you didn’t know your home needed

The designer is known for her countryside chic, always with an edge that takes it from twee to tasteful.

British designer Matilda Goad is loved the world over for her colourful, playful take on a traditional countryside aesthetic. Think everyday pieces – everything from lampshades to butter dishes, all imbued with a touch of frivolity and nostalgia.

Now, she has collaborated with Anthropologie to create a collection full of her distinctive style that includes barware, lighting and soft furnishings, as well as her first ever foray into furniture. 

Matilda Goad x Anthropologie

It is inspired by homeware classics, but given the Matilda Goad spin, to create treasures that will brighten up your home for years to come. 

The designer says the collection is very personal. “This collaboration feels like sharing my collection of treasures with the world; each individual piece is inspired by the interior icons of my own home – the antique swan gifted by my mother, the heart chair I found at a flea market on the outskirts of Paris, the 1950s ice bucket that I bought for my very first home.”

You can shop the range now, here are some of our favourite pieces. 

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