Favorite Kid Collaborations

I'm not really sure what the land of children's goods was like pre 2015, but these days it is filled with so many amazing collaborations.  Some of my favorite designers are making the landscape of kid rooms, clothes, toys and everything in between, totally covetable.  Target has tapped whimsical blogger, Oh Joy for several lines, including a colorful line of baby clothes and nursery wares.  Nate Berkus has also expanded his home line at Target into baby goods, along side the arrival of his real life bundle of joy.  Pottery Barn has enlisted a few of fashion's biggest names for their collaborations.  Margherita Missoni recently launched a colorful, line of crafted textiles with pom pom details and needlepoint pillows.  Emily & Merritt the ladies behind our favorite denim brand, Current Elliott have created sophisticated lines for PB Teen and PB kids, with beautiful brass details and palm prints that are covetable by any adult with good taste.  Finally, one of my favorites, Rachel Zoe teamed up with Quinny & Maxi-Cosi baby for a line of the most fabulous strollers and carseats you've ever seen, sold at Nordstrom.  


OH JOY FOR TARGET

Oh Joy for Target

EMILY MERRITT FOR POTTERY BARN KIDS

Emily & Merrit for Pottery Barn Kids

NATE BERKUS FOR TARGET

Nate Berkus for Target

MARGHERITA MISSONI FOR POTTERY BARN KIDS

Margherita Missoni for Pottery Barn Kids

RACHEL ZOE

Rachel Zoe + Quinny & Maxi-Cosi

Round Side Table Round-up

My current end table is old, found-on-the-street-and-painted-white old.  You can see it here in the first photo (on the right) from when I first moved into my old apartment.  I do love the size and function of my current piece, but I would like something more open and modern since my skinny, railroad apartment doesn't really allow for furniture rearranging, I'm just ready to refresh (and upgrade).  Plus it will be a nice compliment to the new sofa we plan to order in the new year.  

I never pegged myself for a round girl, until I came across this pin and fell in love with table #9.  That one is a little pricey, I would consider a splurge, but I'm not even sure where to find it.  I think my favorite of this list is number 3, from Pier 1 of all places.  It's a nice size, the white ties back to my other end table and the glass still leves the space a little more open than it is now and the price is very wallet friendly.



1. Zara Home $249
2. West Elm $149
2. Pier 1 $110
3. Pangea
4. Dwell Studio $1500
5. Interior Trade $190
Target $118
7. Target $64
8. Nelson & Co $450