The collection is inspired by Marrot’s prolific painting and textile work, which was wildly popular among international tastemakers for nearly 50 years since her debut in the mid-1920s. Marrot herself was a trailblazer, introducing colorful flair to the traditional art deco design of the era. Marrot’s bright color palette, delicate illustrations, and eye for detail caught the attention of Jackie O and the British royal family, along with earning her the French Legion of Honor in 1952.
Now, Marrot’s style comes to a classic collection at Anthropologie. The collection reimagines bold archival prints — think bright pinks and teals, featuring elements of flora and fauna such as vines, flowers, and even parrots and squirrels — for everyday use. Plush swivel chairs, stylish stationery, oversized plates, and even wallpaper and rugs are available to give your home a bit of vintage flair — and with prices ranging from $8 (a set of butterfly print coasters) to upwards of $2,600 (a retro pink and green sofa), there’s something at almost every price point.