Anthropologie’s home section is the go-to shopping destination when you’re looking to add some personality to your space—and thanks to the company’s new partnership with Nordstrom, it’s now easier than ever to shop. Starting today, select Nordstrom stores and nordstrom.com are selling a collection of 200 Anthropologie pieces, including bedding, tableware, and textiles. You’ll still find Anthropologie’s signature style—color, pattern, and tassels abound—but now you can add these picks to the same online shopping cart as your new spring walking sneakers or your favorite comfy bra. Here are five picks to shop right now that will add interest to your home decor all season.
Dog-a-Day Stoneware Dessert Plate
What dog-lover wouldn’t appreciate a dessert plate featuring their favorite breed? Choose from a Frenchie, Dashchund, Dobby, Labrador, Pug, or Westie—or opt for one of each to build a complete set.
To buy: $14; nordstrom.com.
Mikata 3-Piece Cheese Knife Set
We’ve found the ideal hostess gift for every spring and summer party on your calender. This set of three stainless steel cheese knives comes with rattan-wrapped handles that add a laid-back, beachy vibe to any gathering.
To buy: $36; nordstrom.com.
Nadia Tassel Accent Pillow
The easiest—and most affordable—way to infuse a room with Anthropologie’s whimsical style is to pop a tasseled throw pillow on your bed or living room couch. Plus, this one comes in a sunny yellow stripe that’s perfect for summer.
To buy: $58; nordstrom.com.
Leather Triangle Trinket Dish
The only thing we love more than organizers? Organizers that double as stylish decor. This triangle leather trinket dish does both, while keeping your favorite rings and bracelets where you can easily reach them.
To buy: $18; nordstrom.com.
Colorado Footed Bowl
Fill this modern pink bowl with fresh fruit and leave it out on your kitchen counter. Not only will it create a stunning vignette—but it will remind you to enjoy summer peaches, apricots, and pears while they’re at their peak.
To buy: $48; nordstrom.com.
This article originally appeared in RealSimple.com.