Tracy Reese and Pottery Barn Kids and Teen Release New Collections

The lines feature whimsical bedding and nursery décor
The Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese collection with Pottery Barn Teen includes floral bedding sets like the one pictured above. // Photograph courtesy of Hope For Flowers by Tracy Reese x Pottery Barn Kids and Teen

Tracy Reese is stepping into the home décor world once more. Through her Hope For Flowers by Tracy Reese brand, the fashion designer and Detroit native has collaborated with Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen on new bedding and nursery décor collections. The lines launched today exclusively on the retailer’s websites.

The collections feature duvets, quilts, sheet sets, crib fits, pillows, rugs, lamps, and other items, according to a press release. The vibrant and whimsical floral designs reflect Reese’s signature aesthetic. Sustainability is also at the forefront of the collections; various items are made from ethically sourced cotton and are Fair Trade Certified; meet Global Organic Textile Standards; or are certified Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex, meaning the textiles have been tested for harmful substances.

Quilts, crib fits, and rugs are among the items in the Pottery Barn Kids line with Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese. // Photograph courtesy of Hope For Flowers by Tracy Reese x Pottery Barn Kids and Teen

“I believe that home and fashion are intrinsically intertwined, and with the Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese x Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen collections, I’m excited to help transform the home into a vibrant sanctuary that is as optimistic and inspiring as a favorite dress,” Reese says. “True to my line, these collections not only play with color and texture but also have an emphasis on sustainability, which is an essential value of both the brands and mine. I hope customers come to love these designs as much as I do.”

These collections come months after Reese’s virtual trunk show for Hope For Flowers’ summer/pre-fall 2021 collection. She started the brand in 2019 after moving home to Detroit with goals to pivot her business to a more sustainable model and continue making the city a hub for garment production. In the early aughts and 2010s, Reese offered home items through her namesake label’s sub-brand, Plenty.

Pieces in the Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese x Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen collections range from $18.50 to $749. Both lines will be available online indefinitely.

For more information, visit potterybarnkids.com and pbteen.com.

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