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With its classic-meets-modern children’s furnishings, Pottery Barn Kids was born in 1999 as a catalog and today has grown to over 90 stores in the United States and Canada. Owned by parent company Williams-Sonoma, the Baby and Kids collections are modeled after Pottery Barn’s easygoing, refreshing design and high-quality craftsmanship but with child safety as a top priority. Pottery Barn Kids shoppers may choose from imaginative designs of bedroom and nursery, or shop by room for babies, kids, bath, play and study. Furniture, bedding, bath and baby clothing are mainstays, while rugs, window treatments and thoughtful accessories put the finishing touch on any space. Gift givers have access to an abundance of all-occasion and personalized selections and can also shop directly from a Pottery Barn Kids registry.
Store interiors are easy to navigate, not to mention super kid-friendly with mini tables boasting colorful wooden puzzles just waiting to be played with. Cozy rooms and nooks abound with coordinating furniture, pillows and bedding making for sweet-dream settings. Playroom presentations are a parent’s wish come true, with organizational toy and book systems that rival those of a library. Nurseries are charming with inspirational color palettes playing beautifully off of Pottery Barn Kids’ signature cribs. In-store design associates (many of whom are parents themselves) are knowledgeable and ready to help design even the most difficult space, such as a shared bedroom or multi-functional living/play area.
Blue is for boys and pink is for girls, but green is for good. Pottery Barn Kids gets top grades for its efforts in achieving earth-friendly status. From products to packaging, the store makes eco-impact. By featuring FSC (Forest Stewardship Council)-certified reclaimed or sustainable woods for furniture, various Oeko-Tex certified 100% organic bedding, towels and baby clothing collections, and up to 30% recycled post-consumer waste in gift wrap, boxes and cartons. Its popular catalog uses only FSC-certified paper, ensuring the stock’s sourced forests are well-maintained and protected. Pottery Barn Kids aims to have 100% of its stores convert to low-energy lighting with stringent recycling policies, and remodel with low-VOC paints (available to consumers in exclusive Benjamin Moore Pottery Barn Kids colors), as well as reclaimed or recycled wood flooring.
Learning is ongoing-for parents and little ones-at Pottery Barn Kids. The store’s own Book Club features a weekly story time session open to kids of all ages, as well as readings throughout the year featuring star-character appearances. Workshops like the Pottery Barn Kids Decorating Series invite parents to a one-hour decorating session taught by design experts, while offering an added discount bonus on any related purchase. PotteryBarnKids.com is an endless resource for all stages of parenthood. From tips on how to make rooms safe for baby and creating an unforgettable memory wall, to birthday party ideas and how to garden with your kids, Pottery Barn Kids offers well-rounded advice and is a company that decidedly thinks out-of-the-toy box.
For more information, visit www.potterybarnkids.com