The one-of-a-kind collaborations will be available in August and September.

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This collection reminds us of an abstract garden party. It’s girly, but still sophisticated. Designs by the San Francisco-based artist in gouache, acrylic, and watercolor paints are printed on dinnerware, aprons, and wallpaper. Prices start at $12, launching in August.
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Even if you aren’t quite ready for summer to end (it is only July!), here’s something to look forward to: Anthropologie is launching five new artist collaborations this fall season.

Amongst the colorful prints and elegant florals, there’s something for every design taste. Plus, the pieces are perfect for transitioning your home from summer to fall. Get a sneak peek of each collection below:

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Wildflower Study by Jen Garrido

This collection reminds us of an abstract garden party. It’s girly, but still sophisticated. Designs by the San Francisco-based artist in gouache, acrylic, and watercolor paints are printed on dinnerware, aprons, and wallpaper. Prices start at $12, launching in August.

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Dog a Day Collection by Sally Muir

Pugs, dachshunds, dalmatians, oh my! This one’s for the dog lovers. Dish out meals, sides, and sweets on graphic dessert plates and serving platters adorned with your favorite breed’s mug on it. Did we mention there’s wallpaper in this collection, too? Prices start at $14, launching in September.

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Odelina Collection by Cornelia O’Donovan

A UK designer’s collection, inspired by British folklore (think ornate medieval tapestry details on pillows, lampshades, and even a bed). Perfect for that European history buff, or the romantic. Prices start at $78, launching in August.

Pacifica Collection by Linda Fahey

You can still have the ocean surrounding you at home well past beach season—even if you live nowhere near a body of water. This collection of serveware features sophisticated etchings of marine life. Prices start at $78, launching in September.

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Musée Collection by Leslie Oschmann

Ever wish you could bring a still life or a landscape home from a museum visit? Well, this may be the next best option. Armories, nightstands, and sideboards covered in beautiful vintage paintings are guaranteed to be the focal point in any room. Prices start at $598, launching in September.