Spring Came Early, Thanks to Emily & Meritt’s Latest Pottery Barn Drop
So long, winter blues.
Published Aug 23, 2019 5:25 PM
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Though we’re hardly a month into winter, Pottery Barn is hinting at an early spring—no groundhogs needed. Pottery Barn has released a new drop of its Emily & Meritt collection, and it has us dreaming of blooming crocuses and sunny skies.
With floral prints and a color palette of light blues and moody grays, the collection (designed, of course, by celebrity stylists and fashion designers Emily Current and Meritt Elliot) nods to more traditional springtime motifs while adding a contemporary twist. Rabbits are heavily featured throughout, though they offer a more woodland vibe than a prim Easter look. In addition, simple white textiles, like long, flowy drapes and a macrame tablecloth.
Just because it’s January doesn’t mean you can’t start to phase in some warmer-weather accents into your space. If you’re not ready to go full-on spring, opt for a gray cotton duvet or add in a blue faux Mongolian fur pillow to your bedspread. Then, once the crocuses really do start sprouting, your home—and you!—will feel totally prepared.
Shop our edit of the collection below.
A simple striped patchwork quilt is a winner all year.
Behold: the coziest lumbar pillow there ever was.
A pale blue throw pillow revives even the drabbest sofa.
Ideal for layering, a gray pillow makes an easy addition to a couch, bed, or reading nook.
A brass lamp is one of the most versatile pieces of all.
Add some texture to your table with a simple white tablecloth that’s easy to toss on.
Sure, this rabbit looks great as a sculptural object, but it’s actually a vase—just put some flowers in its ears!
Uncomplicated white drapes work hard to open up tiny spaces.
Consider this ice bucket your new favorite entertaining essential.
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