Published on April 8, 2020

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Rebecca Atwood has built a career on dreamy designs. Her hand-sketched patterns and swirly watercolors, all in muted shades, are a calming reprieve from color-saturated maximalism—especially relevant right now as people try to transform their homes into zen havens. The only problem is that they also come with a designer price tag—which is why we’re so excited about her collaboration with Pottery Barn. It just launched today and features her signature style at a fraction of its regular price. 

Ranging from framed artwork to quilted duvets, the collection starts at $24.50. “This partnership allowed us to explore product categories that are normally very cost-prohibitive for a small brand,” explains Atwood. 

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This means regularly high-end items, like removable wallpaper and table linens, are super-accessible. Feel free to take her painterly prints beyond the living room and zhuzh up an unloved corner in your space—be it with a rainbow-striped dining room runner or an ombré shower curtain. Everything is subtle enough to blend in with your existing decor, while still feeling like a special treat. Really, the best of both worlds. 

See more new collections we’re shopping:
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After More Than a Year of Waiting, IKEA Has Launched Its Purifying Curtains
Anthro’s New Collection Makes Working From Your Patio a Luxury

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