Pottery Barn’s First Nursery Collection Is Seriously Chic
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Pottery Barn’s First Nursery Collection Is Seriously Chic

If you swooned over Jessica Alba’s daughters’ bedrooms, you’ve already seen the magic that is Emily Current and Meritt Elliot’s design team. They’ve done several collabs with Pottery Barn, but their newest line is all about the babies. Both ladies used to be fashion designers, and their discerning eye totally takes nursery decor to the next level. If you’re loving Pantone’s rose quartz decor craze, you’ll dig the pink and gold collection. And if you’re thinking of going more gender neutral, the graphic black and white accessories will steal your heart.

The whole collection feels like something out of a designer fairytale, with animal accents and plenty of gold accessories. Every piece is playful enough for the little ones, but it also checks all the boxes for all the glam mamas out there. Gold storage baskets ($39)? Check. A laundry hamper ($129) with kitty ears? Double check.

The great thing about this collection is that it has pieces that will grow with your babe, so you won’t have to worry about redecorating the whole room every few years. Who knows, you might even find yourself stealing a few pieces to put in other parts of the house. That Gold Zebra Rug ($350) would look great in the master bedroom — just saying.

All the bedding is fairly neutral and easily swapped, which is basically a requirement when *every* day is laundry day. But if you want a bolder statement, you could mix the more neutral Pink Heart Fitted Sheet ($24) with the pattern-filled Sweet Traveler Blanket ($43). Any combination you choose will make a majorly cute statement for your little one.

Some of the decor pieces feel downright vintage, like these Victorian cameo-inspired animal portraits ($69). And even the the stuffed animals ($34) and mobiles ($59) are adorably on trend.

From the starry sheets to gold animal figurines, everything in the collection is a playful take on the essentials, and the end result feels like something out of a storybook — which is fitting for your little prince or princess. Make sure you check out the whole collection at Pottery Barn Kids!

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