Tracy Reese has teamed up with Pottery Barn to create collections for Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen, which go on sale right this moment.
Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese x Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen options each bed room and nursery decor with an emphasis on sustainably made items. The colourful bed room collections, supplied this 12 months solely, function vibrant floral prints impressed by Reese’s style designs.
The assortment contains floral duvets, quilts, sheet units and crib suits, pillows, rugs, lamps and a chandelier that align with Reese’s design aesthetic and targets of contributing to a extra sustainable future together with her three guiding ideas of sustainability: the well being of individuals, planet and fairness in revenue. Retail costs begin at $18.50 and go as much as $749 for full-size space rugs. The line contains Oeko-Tex, Global Organic Textile Standard Certified and Better Cotton Initiative bedding and Fair Trade Certified supplies.
In 2019, Reese launched Hope for Flowers in Detroit targeted on sustainable supplies and moral manufacturing.
“As I approached the design with the Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen teams, I reflected back on this idea of our homes as our sanctuaries and what that has come to mean in a bigger way this past year,” mentioned Reese. “It was important to me to be able to echo the idea of happiness, optimism and fun in our environments with these pieces — especially in designing for kids and teens.”
Reese mentioned she has at all times beloved material, patterns and mixing textures, “and the floral quilts and sheets are some of my favorite pieces from these collections.”
“I believe that fashion and home are so harmonious, and these spaces are really exciting places to be able to play, even down to the art rug that can feel so expressive,” she mentioned.
She added that it was nice to have the ability to work with a like-minded associate like Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen, which “are committed to sustainability and making our homes healthier and happier.”
“My hope with these collections is that children and teens can express themselves through their rooms and fall in love with color, prints and fabrics the same way that I did when I began sewing around eight or nine years old,” mentioned Reese.
Allison Spampanato, senior vice chairman of product improvement of Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen, mentioned, “Tracy sees the beauty in the world and her Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese fashion label embodies that sense of optimism and hope. It was such a thrill to work with her and bring that inspiration, sophistication and joy into every piece of these collections, and design creative sanctuaries and spaces for kids and teens.”
Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen are divisions of William-Sonoma, Inc., based mostly in San Francisco.
The collections can be offered at PotteryBarnTeen.com and PotteryBarnKids.com.
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