We Can't Get Enough of These Pottery Barn Collaborations
The beloved home goods store has been cranking out some seriously cool collaborations with brands and designers. See some of our favorite products.
Pottery Barn has always been a major source of decorating inspiration, and lately its been hitting it out of the park with celebrity and brand collaborations. Some of these star-studded product lines bring fictional characters and objects to life; others curate patterns, motifs, and designs of beloved brands and translate them into home products. Take a look at Pottery Barn's most recent collaborations and keep an eye out for pairings in the works.
The animated feline has certainly not lost her shine. As popular as ever, Hello Kitty made purrfect sense as the latest PBteen collaboration. The collection is largely black, white, and blush, with glamorous golden accents. Most of the decor has Hello Kitty’s signature whiskers and bow, but some products, like this ruched quilt, leave out the iconic logo. Because the products are neutral in both color and design, they're easy to incorporate as accents in a room. But if you want to completely revamp a room with all things Hello Kitty, we won’t judge either.
Beach-loving homeowners received the best news this spring when Pottery Barn announced a collaboration with Lilly Pulitzer. Just in time for summer, the line features the brand’s signature colorful prints with plenty of floral, tropical bird, and fruit motifs to go around your entire home. We love the playful pineapple pillows and bold accents that will turn your home (or your kid’s room) into a sunny paradise. This collection was the first of its kind for Pottery Barn, stretching across several brands, including Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen. Shop the collection here.
There’s magic in the air, and it’s making its way into our homes. Last fall, Pottery Barn finally announced the Harry Potter collaboration we were waiting for. The PBteen-exclusive collection featured bedding and decor fit for every wizard and muggle. They even had a storage lapdesk perfect for scribbling potions and spells.
After the success of the 2017 line, they've expanded the magic with Harry Potter products available at Pottery Barn and Pottery Barn Kids. The new collection, available now online, includes table settings, candles, and snack bowls fit for a feast in the Great Hall. The line is based on the beloved series' four Hogwarts houses, so your inner Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, or Slytherin can flourish. Shop the collection here.
For the teen who has a bit of spunk and doesn’t shy from black, we introduce the Anna Sui PBTeen collaboration. The runway designer has made her mark on the fashion world, with her clothing now sold in more than 30 countries. Her PBteen home collection appeals to teen trendsetters looking for an edgy bedroom design. Anna was inspired by the Victorian era when designing the decor, so expect to find deep purple fabrics, like on this fun furry pouf, black metal or rattan decor, and plenty of nature motifs.