This New PBteen Collection Will Make All Your Indoor Glamping Dreams Come True
If the onset of music festival stye hasn’t inspired you to grab your dry shampoo and go camping, PBteen’s first exclusive sleepover collection might just convince you to buy a tent… and by tent we mean, an epic teepee with piles of glittery pillows and cozy blankets. In another whimsical collab with designers Emily Current and Meritt Elliot, Pottery Barn Teen’s latest collection is enough to make every glamper’s dream come true. With summer just around the corner, the designers came up with a sleepover concept that is flat-out gorgeous and a totally unique way to create a memorable night-in with the girls. No matter how old you are, you’re never too old to get cozy with your BFFs in a pillow fort with hours of Netflix and a chocolate martini (or two).
The whole collection feels like something out of a camping fairytale, except instead of dust and bears, there are kitty-eared accents and rose garden patterned bedding. Every piece is chic enough for the most discerning teenager, but they are also whimsical and totally modern enough for those who haven’t had a summer vacation in a while. Gold dipped black and white duffel ($69)? Check. A black scalloped teepee ($329)? Yes, please.
Some of the decor pieces feel downright vintage, like these adorable set of cat-shaped pouches ($29). And even the the beauty carry-all case ($99) and gold cat mirror ($39) are cute enough for a grown-up’s beauty routine. The collection includes more than 30 products, including furniture, bedding, sleeping bags, pillows, rugs, luggage and plenty of cat-eared accessories with prices ranging from $19 to $899.
From the floral sleeping bags ($149) to the gold heart bull’s eye pinboards ($119) and a denim chaise ($849), everything in the collection is perfectly curated for the best sleepover ever. Make sure you check out the whole collection at PBteen!
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