Pottery Barn Kids' Black Friday Sale Will Have You Feeling Merry & Bright
It’s impossible to explore Pottery Barn Kids without going “Awww!” every minute (or at least that how I react to the store). And those planning to hit up Pottery Barn Kids' Black Friday sale are in luck. From the punchy patterned bedding to adorable beds, the sales abound at Pottery Barn Kids this weekend.
But you don't have to wait till Black Friday to save big at Pottery Barn Kids. If you have time between brining the turkey and salivating over a slice of pie on Thanksgiving, you can score a special deal. Today, Pottery Barn Kids is offering up to 60 percent off items site-wide. (And you can get an extra 20 perent off by using the code GREAGIFTS at checkout.)
If you have kids of your own in need of some new toys or backpacks, or your BFF has a new baby in need of nursery furnishings, Pottery Barn Kids will hook you up. Even a lot of holiday decorations are on sale now (anywhere from 20 to 40 percent off), so you can nab some gorgeous Christmas stockings on the cheap. You just might finish up all of your holiday shopping before December even cranks up. Bonus: you can shop the sale items online and avoid the mall crowds on Friday.So for those looking to save on decor for your kid's bedroom, here is a roundup of the store’s best bets for this holiday shopping season.
Chic Stroller Blanket
The on-trend Chevron Stroller Blanket is $31 (originally $40) is a gorgeous accessory befitting any modern baby. And you can get it embroidered!
This sweet Santa Holiday Quilted Bedding, from $34 to $159 (originally $43 to $199), is certain to make bedtime more appealing for the entire month of December. How fun would it be to wake up Christmas morning with this festive bedspread?
Pretty Play Table
My First Play Table & Chairs runs from $89 to $179 (originally $99 to $199). This tiny table is perfect for coloring, reading, and board games.
The Classic Fair Isle Stocking Collection, starting at $24 (originally $30) would make a perfect addition to any chimney (or your home’s chimney equivalent). You can also get them monogrammed for everyone in the family.
If your kid’s backpack is looking pretty worn midway through the school year, the Taylor Aqua Backpack at $26 (originally $45) would make a great replacement. The backpack can be personalized with different icons (including a horse or a lightening bolt) and text.
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