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7 Fabulous Finds From Pottery Barn Kids' Spring Catalog

Feb 7 2013 - 10:14am

Are you counting down the days until Spring? We are, and the arrival of the Spring Pottery Barn Kids catalog has us dreaming of warmer days, lighter fabrics, and brighter colors. We got a sneak peek at some of the catalog's newest bedding collections and Easter finds, and we couldn't be more excited. Aside from the sweet designs and new patterns, we can't wait to steal some of the design details used in the photo shoots. Click through to see some of the updates we just might have to copy from the upcoming catalog.

The new Mia crib bedding collection [1] is a fun mix of traditional (butterflies) and modern (clusters of embroidered flowers, starbursts, etc.). But what really caught my attention is the mix of old and new. The placement of a Senegalese storage basket next to the more eclectic crib and traditional mirror wall hangings creates a sophisticated, yet not stuffy, room for a lil one.

Your big boy's room may already be the final frontier when it comes to keeping a clean house, and now it can look like that even when it's clean. We love the new Nathan bedding collection [2] complete with planets, stars, and even the requisite alien. What also drew me to this room is the solar system mobile hanging from the ceiling. Most mamas move away from mobiles when tots leave their cribs (or before!), but this one helps complete the room and carry the space theme up to the ceiling.

Classic literature is certainly making a comeback, and the new Phoebe bedding collection [3] is the perfect example of it with its Princess and the Pea theme. With rickrack and ruffle detailing, as well as sketches from the story, it is a sweet addition to a lil girl's room. The gauzy hanging canopy helps contribute to the princess feel without making the room feel overdone.

The gender-neutral Brooks nursery collection [4] is a sweet take on the safari theme. Rather than the traditional khaki and green, this pastel blue and green set looks soft in the modern room, while the map-adorned wall is one that kids could grow into for years to come.

Unexpected colors in lil ones' rooms always make me smile. The new Isabelle duvet cover [5] does just that with its porcelain-blue coloring and Mexican textiles influence. Full of embroidered knots and vines, the bedding collection looks great among a sea of pink and purple finds.

Pottery Barn Kids' Harper collection [6] isn't new, but this beautifully styled room is. The gray and white theme (an extension of its gray and yellow room [7] from the Fall) is the ultimate in cool decor. From the star-filled wall and chevron rug to the drum light and elephant rocker, this room is filled with ideas worthy of stealing for your own tot.

We're having a bit of a love affair around here with Peter Rabbit. Beatrix Potter's beloved bunny is having a renaissance with a new collection at BabyGap and now an Easter table setting at Pottery Barn Kids. These Peter Rabbit Plates [8] ($12 each) are ideal for your upcoming Easter celebrations and throughout the year.

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