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Spring has sprung and floral everything is back in session.
Our latest collaboration with Anthropologie is nothing short of gold. Designed by the creatively inspiring Juliet Meeks, this collection brings life back to us all. With each design hand painted and deliberately crafted to make up it's delicate, springy vibe, we know you’ll love love these designs just as much as we do.

When we first met Juliet, we were enthralled to say the least. Her light, creative energy emanated and we knew then, that she would bring our Spring nail wraps the justice they deserve. Juliet is the epitome of a jack-of-all trades. She has collaborated with Anthropologie, Birch Box and Design*Sponge, along with a bunch of small businesses, where she shares her unique talent as a graphic designer for all things logo and branding.

As self-made creator, she also started her own line and built her website,, where she creates art prints, accessories, holiday ornaments, and more. Whether painting at her home studio or a local coffee shop, Juliet likes to keep things fresh and original. Her day to day is unique, which helps to keep her inspired, “one week, I may be creating art for a new painting collection, another I'll be teaching an online class for artists, and another working on a new collaboration.”

Her success started when she decided to partake in the 100 Day Project , which prompted her to paint 100 water color designs and post them to Instagram. From there, she branched out and dove head first into the world of design: collaborating with brands on stationery, dog collars, wallpaper, kids’ dresses and more. To her "it is a dream to get to see my art on products that people use in their every day life.”

Juliet's Studio

Fast forward to our epic partnership. Any eye can see the pure talent that Juliet brings to her projects, so we were not going to miss this boat to collaborate with her. Juliet shares that, “Designing nail art is a first for me! I always love when people can actually wear my designs, so nail art is particularly special. It's also interesting to see my art on such a small scale, like tiny little works of art you can wear.” So, when Kristin reached out she, “couldn’t wait to get started.”
 This collection truly embodies Juliet’s natural talents and PB’s light, fun and trendy designs. Most of Juliet’s inspiration comes from, “vintage botanicals and art books for visual inspiration, and walks around her neighborhood with her pup, Roxy.” So, it’s no surprise that our Spring Blooms Nail Wraps give off that same vintage, light flowery-feel.

As we spring into the season of rebirth and growth, Juliet’s main focus was to pick a, “trio of patterns that work well together by sharing a similar color story, but each also has their own unique personality. Their palette is softer and easy to coordinate, but still colorful and cheerful.”

The Garden Party Mani
Bringing a little pop of color to the collection, the Garden Party mani is filled with intentional little details that Juliet thinks would “pair well with a monochrome look.” This set truly works for any event though, be it a bridal shower, or brunch with the girls – it screams soiree, not sorry for being super on trend.

The Poppy Dreams Mani
Sweet dreams really are made of these. The blend of light blush and subtle greens make for an extra playful design this spring. Juliet envisioned this as the simpler, yet flirty look that would, “be fun to wear during a weekend getaway.” We couldn’t agree more.

The Bed of Roses Mani
This rose-stacked mani adds a whimsical feel and a subtle pop of color to your everyday look. The light blush color and dainty flowers don’t overpower the look and would “be perfect for a fancy Mother’s Day brunch and even for work at the office.” It’s versatile and fun, just like Spring should be.

This collection brought all our hopes for this new season to life. Juliet channeled the perfect blend of floral patterns and whimsy colors, bringing little pops of joy through her artwork. She is a true artist, and our Spring Blooms x Anthropologie collaboration highlights the amazing talent she is. To purchase the Spring Blooms collection, click here.

Written by Catherine Johnson