Actress Drew Barrymore just reached a major milestone in her new design career: Her first-ever kids’ collection for her free-spirited Walmart decor line, Flower. “I’ve dreamed of this day for so long!” wrote Barrymore on Instagram. “Creating a home line for kids has always been something I’ve wanted to do at Flower and pinch me!! The day is finally here. There’s just nothing else like it out there.”
Full of rainbow motifs and playful accents—like a turquoise, elephant-shaped wall shelf—the new Flower line is all about reimagining childhood staples. One product category, in particular, caught our eye for our adult apartments: the beds.
There are sculptural beds shaped like tiny cottages for the more imaginative crowd and sleek color-blocked styles for those seeking something elevated. The latter would fit right into a dorm room or starter apartment—just stick with more grown-up linens to balance it out. Maxing out at $330, the beds are definitely affordable. The only problem is, which to choose?