This spring, Pottery Barn is enhancing its registry collection with the debut of several new collections of apparel and accessories by designer Monique Lhuillier. The collection includes an array of home products that includes tabletop, décor, bedding and gifts.
According to the company, the new assortment from Lhuillier expands Pottery Barn’s selection of registry products that are part of the retailer’s efforts to serve as a one-stop registry destination for consumers following the recent launch of its The One Registry Collective.
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“My bridal collections are based on my unique understanding of today’s bride— how she wants to look, how she wants to feel and what is important to her,” said Lhuillier. “But the life you lead after the wedding, and the style you bring to your everyday world, is just as important as your wedding dress. Knowing that, I approached the spring collection for Pottery Barn with the focus of creating distinctly special, modern classics that would be at home on any registry.”
Among the new items in the tableware portion of the expanded Lhuillier collection is the Juliana dinnerware line. The white stoneware collection offers softly textured scalloped edges that provides an elegant look and allows the line to be used for a variety of occasions.
Other featured tableware items include the Rose Bouquet salad plate and the Lara Floral wine bucket, candlesticks and napkin rings that add accents of brass to punctuate the soft blush and rose gold palette.
“Monique’s latest registry collection for Pottery Barn captures the spirit of the modern bride, effortlessly combining a sense of timeless elegance with a lighthearted touch,” said Monica Bhargava, evp/product development and design, Pottery Barn. “Building upon Monique’s signature palette of blush and rose gold, the collection is a romantic, feminine take on modern registry essentials.”