Monique Lhuillier to Design Pottery Barn Kids Furniture
November 19, 2015,
SAN FRANCISCO-Fashion and bridal designer Monique Lhuillier will make her first entry into children’s home furnishings with a new collection for Pottery Barn Kids that will debut in March.
Composed of more than 70 pieces for nursery, bedroom and playroom, the Monique Lhuillier for Pottery Barn Kids collection captures the designer’s sophisticated and glamorous aesthetic. The collection is inspired by her own experience as a mother “creating serene and magical nurseries and bedrooms for her children,” Pottery Barn Kids said.
“I have always been inspired by the delightful fantasy of special occasions,” Lhuillier said. “Becoming a parent is a very special and emotional life event that allows you to see life through the eyes of your child. As a parent, I believe it’s important to create a space that reflects your child’s personality, inspires creativity and brings a sense of calm to the energetic lifestyles parents and kids lead. I’m very excited about the collection I’ve created with Pottery Barn Kids that marries the functionality needed for baby and kids’ spaces with contemporary, whimsical and magical design.”
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