Design-loving parents will obsess over West Elm’s collab with sister brand Pottery Barn Kids, available May 10. 

It’s every decorating mama’s dream come true: West Elm is partnering with sister company Pottery Barn Kids to produce a trendy, mid-century modern-inspired collection for your little one’s bedroom. (Finally, a nursery that doesn’t feel like you just stepped into a cartoon!)

The collection, out May 10th, hits multiple price points and ranges from $16-$1,369, so you’ll be able to choose a print or pillow to punch up your kid’s sleeping quarter if you’re not on the market for a new crib. Other items you can expect to see are dressers, rugs, mobiles, wallpapers, gliders and way more. We were lucky enough to preview the line, and we know you’ll love everything as much as we do.

Because of Pottery Barn Kids’ experience with children’s furniture construction, you can trust that all the finishes are child-safe, and materials are natural and of course, durable. The chic cribs and changing tables are GREENGUARD-certified, so no funky chemical off-gassing. You (and baby) can breathe easy! And West Elm strives to keep things eco-friendly: Most of the kiln-dried wood used in the pieces is sustainably sourced, and crib sheets are made from GOTS Certified organic cotton. They’re also offering sheets and quilts made from all-natural eucalyptus fibers and free from harmful substances.

As baby grows the pieces evolve, so you’re not stuck with nursery-specific decor well into her big kid years. The adjustable-height cribs can convert to toddler beds, and some even offer storage drawers. Dressers have removable changing table toppers.

The collection launches May 10th, but you can sign up to receive a sneak peek of the gorgeous goodies on May 8th at westelm.com or potterybarnkids.com.

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