Anthropologie Collaborates With Interior Designer Mark D. Sikes For Home Collection

Apparel and home goods retailer Anthropologie has teamed up with interior designer, tastemaker, and author Mark D. Sikes for an exclusive collaboration called The Poppy Collection.

The collection has been named after Sikes’s French bulldog, which aims to capture an all-American story with a bohemian spirit. It embodies Sike’s signature indoor and outdoor lifestyle aesthetic.

The collaboration is centered around maximalist prints, fabrications and modular styling that can be added onto or taken apart depending on space.

“When ideating my dream collection, I knew that I wanted to create luxurious pieces that could complement each other perfectly but also have just as much an impact on their own,” said Sikes.

“From the very beginning, I knew that Anthropologie would be the perfect partner to help me realize that dream. Creating beauty has always been my passion, and I am now realizing that is is also my purpose. Anthropologie’s approach to continually offering products that inspire, excite, and influence their customers is in complete alignment with my values as a designer. Throughout the design process, we carefully considered the need for flexible and versatile furniture that changes and grows with us as our lives do the same. I am incredibly proud of the collection we created together and am overjoyed at the opportunity to connect with the devoted Anthropologie community.”

The Poppy Collection will be available in-store and online. It features furniture, lighting, wallpaper, tabletop pieces, linens, candles, and decorative accessories ranging anywhere from $14 for glassware and $1,498 for a dining table.

The launch of The Poppy Collection follows Sikes’s recent announcement that he will be working with First Lady Jill Biden on redecorating her East Wing Office.

Originally published at on April 14, 2022.



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