Pottery Barn has unveiled an exclusive home collaboration with designer, horticulturist, and internationally recognized television host and best-selling author, Jamie Durie.
Durie is known for creating outdoor rooms and living spaces designed for people to cook, eat, bathe and sleep outdoors, which has driven him to create interiors that bring the outdoors inside, the company said. His “Transterior” spaces are said to merge the interior and exterior of a home by integrating elements of nature with colors, textures, architecture and furniture made from high quality materials.
Durie’s collection for Pottery Barn is said to combine characteristics of the classic American craftsman era with modern-day resort design, the company said. Oversized lounge and dining settings are designed with both indoor and outdoor use in mind and feature a new blend of Sunbrella performance fabric developed by Durie for the collection.
“Jamie brings global inspiration and an impressive breadth of experience in landscaping and lifestyle craftsmanship to the design process,” said Monica Bhargava, evp/product development, Pottery Barn. “The partnership has resulted in casual, comfortable pieces with strong lines and natural textiles that can be used anywhere in the home, inside or out.”
The collection debuts versatile pieces for everyday relaxation, entertaining and gardening with prices ranging between $39.50 and $2,000.