PBteen Pairs With Junk Gypsy on Bedding, Furniture
September 21, 2016,
SAN FRANCISCO—PBteen has a new exclusive collection with Amie Sikes and Jolie Sikes of Junk Gypsy that includes more than 40 pieces of bedding, wall décor, decorative accessories and lighting.
Sunrise Lodge by Junk Gypsy for PBteen
Known for their free-spirited lifestyle and design philosophy, the Sikes sisters’ collection is inspired from their business of transforming roadside finds into unique décor.
“We have enjoyed working closely with Amie and Jolie and are excited to unveil our third design collaboration, created for those who embrace the same ‘dream-big’ philosophy as the Junk Gypsies,” said Jennifer Keller, executive vice president, PBteen and Pottery Barn Kids. “The new collection is a cozy take on wanderlust design, and we hope our customers will have fun incorporating the eclectic décor as part of their individual style.”
Rustic Glam Bedroom by Junk Gypsy
The second, Sunrise Lodge, brings rich hues of the desert into the bedroom with bold southwestern patterns featured on bedding, wall art and decorative pillows. Unexpected details can be found throughout, including faux-fur on items such as the Wanderer Fur Throw and Wanderer Fur Sleeping Bag, and unique patterns on bedding, like the Cosmic Horses Flannel Sheet Set and Desert Sunset Reversible Duvet.
The collection is available for purchase now on PBteen.com and in PBteen stores nationwide beginning Oct. 21st with prices ranging from $19.50 to $1,299. On Oct. 22nd, PBteen stores across the country will host Junk Gypsy DIY in-store events to celebrate the new collection.
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