We are so excited to announce the launch of Emily + Meritt for Pottery Barn Kids. The pieces in the Emily + Meritt for Pottery Barn Kids collection are playful and functional for baby, and stylishly chic to seamlessly harmonize with the décor for the entire home. Drawing on their design aesthetic and experience as young moms themselves, the imaginative collection is designed to create magical nursery spaces that will transition from baby to toddler and beyond. The collection includes the XO Nursery that features a glamorous black and white color palette, graphic prints and patterns and bold accents. The Star Nursery features dreamy blush and neutral colors with layers of soft denim and gold accents. The exclusive collection has over 80 pieces of nursery furnishings and accessories, including furniture, bedding, lighting, wall décor, decorative accessories and storage. From sweet animal icons including the Peek-a-Boo Giraffe Lamp, Kitty Hamper and Sleepy Lion Pillow, to black and white mixed prints including the Explorer and Adventurer storage, XO Fitted Sheet and cozy Star Stroller Blanket, the collection creates a space with unexpected whimsy and a classic yet playful sensibility.
Quote from Emily & Meritt:
“We love creating little magical worlds – whether it be designing our clothing line, styling a fashion editorial, or decorating our own homes. With our first nursery collection for Pottery Barn Kids, we wanted to evoke an environment that felt sweet and playful for baby, while remaining stylish and relevant for parents,” said stylists and designers, Emily Current and Meritt Elliott. “We designed two rooms, one in soft pinks and golds, and the other, a bold black and white. We mixed classic elements like scattered stars, circus stripes and graphic hearts with touches of shiny gold and lived-in denim — and added whimsical details throughout: an arrow serves as the base of a floor lamp and a woven hamper boasts kitty ears. We are drawn to anything that feels nostalgic, and like to balance vintage-inspired elements with newer, unexpected pieces.”