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In late 2019, the reveal of Sarah Sherman Samuel’s son’s room went viral thanks to a circus-inspired (and DIYed) arched bunk bed, and the frame has been making the repost rounds ever since. So when West Elm Kids and Pottery Barn Kids tapped the Domino cover star for their latest collaboration (available today!), it was an opportunity for Samuel to give the people what they’ve been asking for: a buyable version of that same piece.

Photography by Kate Sears

The collection—70 pieces of furniture, lighting, and decor—was inspired by Samuel’s signature earthy hues, geometric patterns, and her very own kitchen hardware (you’ll spot the big round pulls on the vanity desk and lofted bed). While an under-the-big-top sleeping arrangement doesn’t fit in everyone’s homes, we gathered four other star items from the launch that can slide in pretty much anywhere.

Top Bunk

arched bunk bed frame
Arches Bunk Bed, West Elm ($2,799)

Bring home Samuel’s viral bed frame for your own little ones. The lower bunk’s oversize curved opening ensures no one will hit their head come morning.

Cleanup Companion

lamaa shaped woven basket
Llama Basket, West Elm Kids ($139)

A storage solution this adorable will have every stubborn toddler eager to clean up after playtime. 

Flower Power

flower shaped sconce
Organic Shapes Sconce, West Elm Kids ($219)

A milky glass bulb casts a much softer glow from this floral sconce, ideal for story time. The best part: You don’t need to call an electrician; simply mount it to a wall and plug in the cloth-wrapped cord.

Soft Seating

boucle desk chair
Arched Desk Chair, West Elm Kids ($349)

A smaller take on the collection’s arch motif, this bouclé desk chair has 360-degree upholstery that’s comfortable enough for both homework and slumber-party makeovers.

Ground Cover

woven rug with snake design
Snake Rug, West Elm Kids ($400)

Inspired by the verdant hue she painted her son’s room, Samuel’s wool rug features an oversize snake that almost reads like an abstract pattern.