Sarah Sherman Samuel Has a New Kids Collection for Pottery Barn and West Elm, and It’s So Lovely
Hot off the heels of her first-ever furniture collection with Lulu and Georgia, Sarah Sherman Samuel has launched another major collab — this time for little ones. The designer is adding a children’s line to her portfolio, in collaboration with Pottery Barn Kids, Pottery Barn Teen, and West Elm Kids. (She’s no stranger to well-designed children’s spaces or the Pottery Barn family: As a precursor to this collab, Samuel partnered with West Elm on a Design Challenge last year, creating a beautiful bedroom-playroom vignette using the brand’s newly re-launched kids line.)
Debuting yesterday, the multi-brand collection features new kids’ furniture, decor, and bedding, categorized into two distinct style stories: Nature-infused “Woodland Wonders” and texture-heavy “Desert Dreams.” Based out of both Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Los Angeles, Samuel drew inspiration from these separate locales, as well as motifs and colors from her own kids’ rooms.
Whether you’re decorating a nursery or the ultimate tween hangout, this new launch is a whimsical take on Samuel’s signature Cali cool-meets-clean contemporary aesthetic, proving you don’t have to sacrifice style for kid-friendly home finds. There’s everything from pretty scalloped cribs to adorable animal-printed sheet sets, plus, a tower-like bunk bed that I desperately wish I had back in the day. Prices vary, with small-scale accents starting at $16.50 and bigger pieces veering into the $1,000+ range, but I love that the collection, furniture especially, is designed grow up alongside your kiddos for years to come.
This post originally ran on Apartment Therapy. See it here: Sarah Sherman Samuel Just Launched a Kids Collection with Pottery Barn Kids and Teen, Plus West Elm Kids