Pottery Barn Kids x Chris Loves Julia Collaboration

Co-branded collection includes new home furnishings, décor and textiles for baby and kids in vintage-inspired styles.
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May 5, 2023

A Chris Loves Julia bedroom.
A Chris Loves Julia bedroom.Williams-Sonoma

Pottery Barn Kids, a portfolio brand of

Williams-Sonoma

, a digital-first, design-led and sustainable home retailer, has announced its debut of a children’s home furnishings collaboration with husband-and-wife design duo, Chris and Julia Marcum, of Chris Loves Julia. The new Chris Loves Julia collection for Pottery Barn Kids is the couple’s first and only partnership in the children’s home furnishings market and showcases their shared belief with Pottery Barn Kids that living spaces can be stylish yet comfortable.

Since 2009, Chris and Julia have been documenting their love of design, bringing their social followers along on adventures through home renovations, DIY projects and day-to-day living.

The Chris Loves Julia collection for

Pottery Barn Kids

draws upon the couple’s own experience as parents and the pieces they were drawn to when decorating their kids’ spaces. The result is a collaboration of furniture, textiles and décor that combines Chris and Julia’s love of dark tone woods and

traditional silhouettes with the craftsmanship, quality, sustainability and design expertise of Pottery Barn Kids.

“We admire the rapport and connection Chris and Julia have built with their engaged community, and we’re thrilled to partner on a collection of quality, vintage-inspired products true to their aesthetic,” says Jennifer Kellor, president, Pottery Barn Kids. “The collaboration was born out of our shared love for creating interiors that feel comfortable and welcoming.”

“This collection was designed with rich woods, nostalgic silhouettes, fresh patterns and lots of character – with our daughters in mind,” says Julia Marcum, Chris Loves Julia. “We wanted to design pieces that could grow with our kids: heirloom-quality furniture that would look just as sweet in a baby’s room as it would in a kid’s or teen’s room.”

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