Rebecca Atwood’s Latest Pottery Barn Collaboration Is Here to Give Your Space a Fresh, Soothing Style

published Apr 9, 2021
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I see you, spring — the herald of warmer weather, softer hues, and, for many people, some form of deep clean or declutter. To that note, it’s arguably the best season to initiate an interior restyle, living out the “in with the new” spirit and all. Once April rolls around, the temptation to experiment with a different paint color or swap out sheet sets feels practically irresistible, and this year maybe more so than most.

Luckily, artist and designer Rebecca Atwood has just the thing(s) you’ve been craving. Following the success of her first Pottery Barn-exclusive collection last year, the Brooklyn-based creator is back with a second installment of cheerful home accents, all available now

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Similar to her original Pottery Barn offerings, the line has a gorgeous assortment of framed prints, throw pillows, bedding sets, and the like, all in Atwood’s signature brushstroke, watercolor-inspired designs — albeit this time with major spring vibes. Case in point? There’s a daffodil-printed shower curtain, paint-daub pool towels in airy, muted tones, and (my personal favorite) lemon-adorned textiles. Because when life gives you lemons, you make hand-painted duvet covers, obviously.

Another thing I’m loving? These pieces go beyond just the bathroom and bedroom — and even the home itself. Take things outside with a detailed doormat and outdoor pillows, or soak up the soothing selections in the kitchen, courtesy of stoneware salad plates, serving trays, placemats, and more. 

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Which, speaking of soothing, the recent line also puts a sense of zen at the forefront — literally. Paired with the overall subdued color scheme, a set of pillows, coffee mugs, and mats featuring the words “calm” or “happy” in jaunty cursive make for the perfect pick-me-ups. Honestly, who couldn’t use a little reminder like that these days? The pricing of the products alone is reason enough to keep your cool as well, starting at just $22.50. 

Basically, this entire collection reads like an eternal sunny day… need I say more?