Pottery Barn Kids has opened in Arnotts and we have had a sneak peak 1 month ago

Pottery Barn Kids has opened in Arnotts and we have had a sneak peak

So adorable.

If you read US based interior magazines or blogs  – or follow some stylish US mamas on Instagram, you will no doubt have come across Pottery Barn Kids – and probably made a mental wish-list over all the gorgeous things you wish were available on our shores.

I mean; just look at these storage baskets:

Pottery Barn Kids

Well, now they are!

As of this week, a Pottery Barn Kids shop is available in Arnotts Dublin, and having had a sneak peak, let us assure you, you are going to want to get down there.

Pottery Barn Kids

How dreamy is this collection for a little girl's room?

Pottery Barn Kids offers a curated selection of home furnishings and textiles for babies and kids, helping you create the most stylish and cozy personal spaces for your little ones.

The brand was founded in California 20 years ago by two mums who were designing their kids’ bedrooms and struggled to find comfortable, well-made pieces.

According to Jennifer Kellor, the President of Pottery Barn Kids, children themselves are the inspiration behind the brand, and as well as making furnishings and decor kids will love, the brand is commited to being functional as well as beautiful, with the highest focus on child safety standards.

Pottery Barn Kids

The entire range of products are exclusive to Pottery Barn Kids and designed by their in-house design team at the company's San Fransisco headquarters.

Committed to creating product that is good for kids and good for the planet, Pottery Barn Kids designs products that are renewable, recyclable and have low impact on the environment. This includes GREENGUARD Gold Certified furniture, wood sourced from forests where indigenous communities, wildlife, and watersheds are protected, better farming standards that preserve the environment through responsibly sourced and organic cotton, and fabrics made from recycled plastic water bottles or eucalyptus fibers.