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The collection spans bedding, wall décor, furniture and toys.

Pottery Barn Kids teams with Monique Lhuillier for new home décor collection

Pottery Barn Kids has teamed with fashion designer Monique Lhuillier on a new collection of kids and baby home décor and furnishings.

Boasting over 120 pieces including bedding, wall décor, furniture and toys, the collection captures Lhuillier’s ‘sophisticated and glamorous’ design aesthetic with tranquil colour palates of warm grey and cream and her children’s favorite colours of blush pink, seafoam green and navy blue.

“To design a children’s collection with Pottery Barn Kids has been a dream,” said Lhuillier.

“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.”

Jennifer Kellor, SVP of merchandising at Pottery Barn Kids, added: “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.”

The Monique Lhuillier & Pottery Barn Kids collection is available online at potterybarnkids.com and Pottery Barn Kids stores, with prices ranging from $8 to $3049.

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