This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Nov 6, 201312 Anthropologie Window Looks You Can Steal (And How To Get Them)Because we've all wanted to move in.by Cat del Valle CastellanosCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Floating Books Via retaildesignblog.net&nbsp; Via umbra.com Umbra Floating Bookshelves: $15.00 Via umbra.com Umbra L Conceal Self: $35.00P.S.- Put a couple together at different angles. 2. Window Frames Via retaildesignblog.net 1. Check eBay or yard sales for old window frames.2. Paint or distress wood3. Hang from ceiling with fishing wire or secure to wall 3. Clothespin Garland Via thebwd.com If you can't figure this one out, maybe DIY isn't for Y-O-U.Just in case- Start painting clothespins with the darkest color, then slowly add white to the mixture if you want to get an "ombre" effect. 4. Plant Panels Via en.paperblog.com 1. Pick up different sized wood panels from hardware store2. Paint in whatever color suits your fancy.3. Purchase these wall mounted flower pot rings for around $9.50 each5. Add some pots and plant to your heart's content 5. Hanging Hangers Via followpics.net&nbsp; While 50 of these might be a little much for your apartment, there's no reason two or three wouldn't work (say, for tomorrow's outfits). Colorful ribbon, a ceiling hook, and a wooden hanger (just unscrew the hook part). Pretty simple.Or... Via etsy.com You can purchase this one on Etsy for $38.00, or fashion one yourself with some rope and a copper rod.P.S.- Etsy also has some cool, (although expensive) industrial garment racks. 6. Coffeecup Shapes Via catchingfireflies.typepad.com Let's downsize this one. No one drinks that much coffee.1. Use wire picture hooks in a "wave" shape instead of a letter. (More cabinet space! Yay!) $3.50 for a pack of 25 7. Stacked Drawers Via lacey-life-and-style.blogspot.com This one might also require some eBay and yard sale searching.Once you've acquired a drawer full (sorry), all you need is some paint and nails to keep it all in place. 8. Twine Covered Rectangles Via flickr.com While you could do this with bricks a la Anthro, it'd be much easier (and lighter) to use box covers. Paint the tops in varying colors, then wrap with twine or string until you've achieved the look you want. 9. Folded Book Garland Via timelesspaper.com Alright, so I hate projects that force me to tear books apart, but this garland would look pretty cool in a home office.Take out pages (gently!) and glue (with care!) into loop shapes. Then start layering. 10. White Frames With Color Inserts Via casasugar.com Paint various picture frames white. Use several different paint hues to get the "ombre" effect for the inserts.Easy Peasy. 11. Quilling Via en.paperblog.com I'm obsessed with quilling. Okay, so I'm obsessed with making crafts that look like quiling but actually use an ungodly amount of hot glue. Whatever works.To learn how, check out Pinterest or go the easy route with... Via etsy.com Etsy! Monogrammed Quilled Letter: $38.50 12. Triangle Garland Via retaildesignblog.net String, lots of origami paper.... and death by a thousand paper cuts. 13. Cork Wine Tree Via bonbrand.com Somewhere, a window designer is very proud of himself- and very drunk.Best leave this one to the pros.