Monique Lhuillier Collaborates With Pottery Barn Kids

Posted on March 19, 2016

Pottery Bran Kids has partnered with Monique Lhuillier on a collection of home decor and furnishings for babies and children. The collection is inspired by the fantasy of special occasions. Monique also drew inspiration from her own experience nurseries and bedrooms for her two children.

There are over 120 pieces in the Monique Lhuillier & Pottery Barn Kids. Prices for pieces in the collection range from $8 to $3,049. The collection uses materials including linen, tulle and leather and colors including blush pink, seafoam green and navy blue.

Monique says in statement, "To design a children's collection with Pottery Barn Kids has been a dream. My life is about movement, living with passion and I design the way I live. This collection captures the spirit, the energy and the magic of living the way children do - everything is completely in the moment."

Some of the furniture pieces include the Canopy Bed, Tufted Ottoman, Upholstered Camelback Settee and the Mini Cognac Leather Chair. There are also some cute playful accessories such as animal bookends and gem jewelry boxes. The collection also includes a few toys, such as dolls, a dollhouse, plush toys and rockers like the $199 Elephant Plush Rocker pictured below.

Jennifer Kellor, SVP of Merchandising, Pottery Barn Kids, says, "We are very excited to debut this collaboration with Monique Lhuillier and to bring her imaginative and enchanted designs to the Pottery Barn Kids brand. Monique was a natural partner who applied her elevated design approach with an eye for function to create beautiful and unique spaces for kid and baby."

Here is a video about the new collection and collaboration. Take a look:

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