Before you relegate PBteen to the past, along with butterfly clips and low-rise jeans, think again. The middle child of the Pottery Barn family actually has some seriously cool finds—and with new pieces constantly rolling out (recently including a collaboration with Lilly Pulitzer), there’s a lot to choose from. Here, some of our favorite pieces emulating timeless style and function from the retailer that are suitable for all ages.
Woodrow Can, $20
The words “chic trash can” don’t often come up, but if they did, they would probably be in reference to this piece. Crafted from wood and available in two colors—while the black is a more classic option, we love the blush pink for an on-trend addition to any space—this bin looks anything but cheap.
Quinn Dresser, $599
Elegant in its simplicity, this dresser fits seamlessly into any space and won’t detract from your decor. The clean white look with geometric brass knobs will make any minimalist decorator’s dreams come true.
Hub Ladder, $80
If you have a small entryway, consider something like this ladder to store essentials like scarves, coats, and even umbrellas. It’ll take up minimal space—plus, how chic is the two-tone design?
Flex Shower Caddy, $20
Beauty junkies, this one’s for you. If you’re running out of space to store all your bathroom essentials, pick up a shower caddy for easy organization that doesn’t clutter the room. This inexpensive piece is sleek and offers plenty of space for your shower staples.
Strum Wall Organizer, $15
Particularly great for the home office, these geometric organizers make use of wall space in the most stylish way. Use to hold anything from notebooks to mail to decorative items.
Get on board with the statement lighting trend with this sculptural, mod piece. It’s a functional way to dress up a nightstand.
X-Frame Storage Rack, $149
A bedroom necessity, this storage rack fits neatly into the corner and is perfect for displaying your favorite accessories or hanging bulkier garments to free up closet space. There’s even a fabric shelf for shoes.
Mathis Chair, $195
Opt for the pink version of this armchair for a style that blends classic mid-century modern with a more contemporary feel.
Okay, so this might not be the most practical piece, but it certainly makes for a fun addition to any mantel or coffee table. Bring in a burst of color to your home, just in time for summer.
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