Emily Current, Meritt Elliott extend license to Pottery Barn
August 10, 2017,
San Francisco – Joining sister brands PBteen and Pottery Barn Kids, Pottery Barn is also partnering with Emily Current and Meritt Elliott.
Launching this week, the new Emily + Meritt collection mixes Pottery Barn's classic and casual aesthetic with the fashion duo’s signature style for a new line of bedding, decorative accents, tabletop accessories and select furniture pieces.
'After years of creating covetable rooms for both kids and teens, it's exciting to design something for the living, dining and master bedrooms,” Current and Elliott said. “We approach interiors the same way we approach fashion - layering whimsical, unexpected elements back to rethought classics. In this collection, we've combined washed black and white with touches of vintage-y gold and textural chambray- which can feel both graphic and versatile.”
Price points range from $8 to $999.
“Emily + Meritt bring such an effortless sense of glamour to our brand, taking classic patterns and prints-such as antique ticking stripes and hand-drawn caricatures, creates a stylish expression for the modern household,” said Monica Bhargava, evp, product development and design, Pottery Barn. “After incredible success with collections for Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen, we are so excited to unveil pieces for the entire home.”
Later this year, the Emily + Meritt for Pottery Barn collection will continue exclusively for the holiday 2017 season, focusing on décor and entertaining goods. Product highlights will include the Gold Top Hat ice bucket, Gold Jingle Bells wine opener and a denim tree skirt and chambray stocking.
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