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Two of our favorite retailers have birthed a baby furniture collection. Named West Elm x Pottery Barn Kids, the new collab is clearly for parents who love mid-century modern design. The collection is now available online at West Elm and Pottery Barn Kids.

The new collection — tightly curated to only 50 items — gets its looks from West Elm and its quality from Pottery Barn. The pieces are practical and versatile, with unisex colors and multi-function designs that will grow with your baby.

How? Cribs transform into toddler beds, and changing tables are actually dressers once you pop off the removable changing pad top.

The crib can be converted into a toddler bed with the purchase of a conversion kit.

According to Williams-Sonoma, the parent company for both Pottery Barn and West Elm, the whole collection is certified environment-friendly. Wood items have water-based finishes, making the pieces Greenguard Gold-Certified for low chemical emissions. All bedding is made with 100% organic cotton.

The West Elm x Pottery Barn Kids line keeps things simple, with just four looks:

Warm mid-century

This crib features mid-century modern warm wood tones.

White mid-century

White tones freshen up this mid-century modern look.


A two-tone look of white and warm wood mixes with a clean, contemporary style and a touch of retro, thanks to the angled legs.


This Audrey design is the most retro of the four, featuring a honeycomb design on the dresser and side panels of the crib. The pieces are available in white or mint green.

The website offers suggestions for West Elm pieces, like bookshelves or side tables, that coordinate seamlessly with the nursery line.

Here’s a look at some of the West Elm x Pottery Barn Kids baby furniture (and coordinating accents) you can buy now:

Which of these pieces would you like to incorporate into your new nursery? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments. Photography by West Elm x Pottery Barn Kids.