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Pottery Barn Kids + West Elm created the most enchanting nursery collection 😍

What do you get when you combine West Elm's classy aesthetic with Pottery Barn Kids' magical style? An enchanting nursery collection of our dreams!


The two brands unveiled the exclusive collection of affordable and stylish nursery furnishings and decor and it's beautiful. This marks West Elm's first take into the baby and kids space and the first product line combined by two Williams-Sonoma, Inc. brands.

The collection features more than 50 pieces of furniture, bedding, décor, storage and giftables that are perfect for decorating your own nursery or gifting to someone who's expecting. Three styles—mid-century, modern and the Audrey—offer mama so many options from classic cribs with mattresses to functional options, like a changing table with removable changing table that transitions from baby to toddler.

"This collection brings West Elm's most popular pieces to the nursery with the assurance of Pottery Barn Kids' craftsmanship, quality and safety through rigorous testing, GREENGUARD gold certification and 100% cotton organic bedding," says Jennifer Kellor, President, Pottery Barn Kids.

Prices aim to stay affordable, with a monogrammable tweed Sherpa blanket costing $49.50, a plush animal thumbie running just $16, and silky soft TENCEL sheets and quilts ranging from $24-$79. There will be more higher-priced pieces, like the Audrey 6-drawer changing table with removable table topper, $1,369, mini cribs with mattress, $399, and glider and stationary ottoman from $349-$799.

You can shop the West Elm X Pottery Barn Kids collection online or in both stores across the country starting on May 10. We've got a sneak peek at what to expect:


Classic white from the mid-century collection

West Elm X Pottery Barn Kids

Niels Wing Glider and stationary ottoman

West Elm X Pottery Barn Kids

Bedding set

West Elm X Pottery Barn Kids

Changing table

West Elm X Pottery Barn Kids

Crib from the modern collection

West Elm X Pottery Barn Kids

Plush animals

Warm-wood acorn finishes

West Elm X Pottery Barn Kids

Tweed Sherpa blanket

West Elm X Pottery Barn Kids

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