I think garlands are totally underrated. They only seem to make an appearance on Christmas fireplace mantels or at the birthday parties of five-year-old girls. It's totally discrimination. I think we should welcome cute garlands like the Pottery Barn Kids Thanksgiving Leaf Garland ($39.99, reduced from $59) into our homes whenever possible. The festive garland is made of felt leaves on a grosgrain ribbon. So much easier and safer than pricking your fingers sewing hundreds of pieces of stale popcorn together for hours on end, don't you think?
I can't help but see the similarities between the Pottery Barn Kids Rattan Chandelier ($69.99) and the Moooi Random Light ($610), and notably, the vast difference between their prices. The PB version looks a little less polished, but also has a more natural vibe, made of rattan twisted around an iron frame. I think it's a really versatile piece that needn't be reserved for kids, and could work in a variety of settings. I'd love to see a pair framing a bed, or even a single chandelier hanging above a reading nook. What do you think?
My child delights in watching the Food Network almost as much as she takes pleasure in cartoons. She loves to pretend cook — offering me invisible eggs and cereal while saying, "I'm cookin' and eatin'!" If you've got the next Rachael Ray or Bobby Flay whipping up mini creations in your cucina, you might want to consider pampering them with their very own posh appliances.
Shelling out $879 for the entire Gourmet Kitchen Set from Pottery Barn Kids sounds a little nutty, especially during these uncertain economic times. However, the dark brown "woodwork" and the "stainless steel" trimming is enough to make me want it for my own! Parents who dread plastic toys may find this sleek enough for their modern day home. Besides that, if a set like this encourages my wee one to help me out around the kitchen, it may be worth the high ticket price in the end.
If you've got a musician in the making, there are some plush pillows that will rock your tot to sleep. The Guitar and Boombox Pillows ($24 - $29) from Pottery Barn Kids are crafted from soft cotton corduroy and accented with silver percale appliqués. Made for topping children's beds or of serving as a place for them to lay their heads, these soft pillows are perfect for the pint-sized set.
I find myself looking for last year’s pool toys and shaking out beach towels. While we don’t own a summer home, our friends do and are kind enough to open their doors to us on the weekends.
Our evenings are often spent sitting on their decks with our children staring at the beautiful sunsets. I immediately thought of those picturesque nights when I saw Pottery Barn Kids’ Adirondack Chairs ($69). I can’t think of a more appropriate gift for the beach lover's child. These scaled down versions of the adult summer staple come in a variety of colors and can be personalized with the owner's name.
I don't know why I've never checked out Pottery Barn Kids before, considering that I look at PBteen fairly regularly. But I'm not surprised to find adult-worthy designs, like this Pottery Barn Kids Modern Plaid Rug ($89-$399). I'm envisioning it in the traditional living room of a Colonial, with a crave worthy blue velvet chair and some modern Delftware. It would also fit seamlessly into this ravishing red kitchen below the farmhouse table and red Eames Eiffel chairs. Of course, I know at least one of you will say it would be cute for a little boys room . . . but how about in a child-free space? Can you see it now?
Your lil spider may not be able to scale the walls, but that doesn't mean he can't sleep like a Superhero!
The Spider-man bedding and kids’ accessories are part of the new superhero line by
Pottery Barn Kids that is sure to be a hit with your wee one. It includes everything to outfit their web including wall art, sheeting and sleeping bags.
If your lil one lives inor near the Big Apple and wants to meet the web-slinger, read more
Two years ago, I never would have dreamed of going to Pottery Barn Kids for baby threads. Clearly not just a destination for couches and wine glasses, Pottery Barn offers painfully cute baby clothes for infants and toddlers alike.
The Late Winter 2008 line reveals darling gingham and Swiss dot dresses for her and seersucker jumpers and plaid pants for him. Sweet and charming to look at, the pieces are also good quality. And to top it off, if you want to personalize an item, they will monogram just about anything. Grandma will swoon at her precious muffin all dolled up for the Spring holidays.
If you order before March 27, you can enjoy free shipping!
Threads stores in New York City and Bellevue, Washington opened this Fall and brought a European-boutique feel to Pottery Barn Kids shopping. The stores feature the baby clothing, coordinating accessories, and gifts seen online.
Offering a charming experience with vintage-inspired furniture and fixtures, the shops showcase overalls, jumpers, onesies and bodysuits made with 100-percent organic-cotton fiber that is grown without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers, beautiful merino knit, and superfine baby-wale corduroy.
While the company has no current plans to expand the Threads line to other cities, you can purchase most of the products on the Pottery Barn Kids website.