Pottery Barn Kids is the kids-only line of parent store Pottery Barn, and has lots of fun items for the youngest members of the family.
All about Pottery Barn Kids
Pottery Barn Kids is the little sibling line to Pottery Barn, which sells home furnishings for every room in your house. Their children's line has options for both kids and infants, so every room in the house can be practical and nicely styled, while still being fun for the little ones.
Some of the most popular items at Pottery Barn Kids include play tables and chairs, cribs and changing tables for infants, and all sorts of items to decorate kids' bedrooms and bathrooms. Many of the items can be personalized.
Want to save some money next time you go shopping at Pottery Barn Kids? You can earn rewards with their Pottery Barn credit card. You can also check out the "Coupons, Deals & Sales" section of their website, as well as mark them as one of your favorite shops here on Tiendeo. There are lots of ways to save!
The history of Pottery Barn Kids
Founded in 1999, the brains behind Pottery Barn Kids are actually two moms who were faced with the very problem their store solves today: they were putting together their kids' bedrooms, but couldn't find the right furniture. They were looking for items that were comfortable and safe, as well as being of high quality and beautiful, too.
Their idea was a hit, and there are over 90 Pottery Barn Kids locations today!
Pottery Barn Kids has a line of Star Wars kids' furniture
Is your kid a huge fan of Star Wars? Then you may want to make a stop at Pottery Barn Kids to make their dreams of being in a galaxy far, far away come a little closer to home.
That's because the stores have a line of Star Wars bedding, clothing, and toys that's exclusively sold at Pottery Barn Kids stores. The collection includes pillows and blankets with all their favorite characters, like R2D2 and Darth Vader, as well as furniture shaped like fun things like AT-ATs. There's even a Star Wars bed they can sleep in!
The only downside? it's going to cost you a pretty penny. The bed retails for nearly $4,000, and the AT-AT bookcase at nearly $1,600. They might have to settle for some drone blanks, Millenium Falcon duevt covers, or R2D2 play chairs instead, or maybe some of the Star Wars toys available on their website, potterybarnkids.com.