Back to School with Pottery Barn Kids

Who is ready to head back to school?! We are!!

I am so excited to partner with Pottery Barn Kids today and share what I picked from their adorable selection of back to school essentials! So lets head into my kids bedrooms for a glimpse at some of the pieces we picked!

Starting with Reese… she is a girly girl who loves pink. I chose the Pottery Barn Kids Fairfax Pink and White Stripe Backpack {size small since she’s four!}, the Mackenzie Green & Pink Gingham Classic Lunch Bag and matching Fairfax Insulated Water Bottle. I especially love that Pottery barn kids can embroider everything from backpacks to water bottles so your kids pieces don’t get lost!!

Headed into Pre-K, Reese just loves writing and drawing; she is a sponge for new words. So I decided to turn her activity table {the Carolina Large Play Table} into a cozy desk area for her todo her “make believe” homework.

I placed the sweet white task lamp on one end and a metal lazy susan in the center for her pencils, erasers, and scissors. I even got her a personalized pencil case in pink gingham so she could pack her favorite pencils for school. She couldn’t be more excited to practice writing new words at her little desk space which of course makes a mom extra happy.

Brooks, three, is heading into Nursery and Pottery Barn Kids’ size small backpacks are perfectly mini for him. I chose the Mackenzie Red & Navy Gingham Backpack, matching lunch bag, and insulated water bottle. He is so excited about his new pieces that he has been carrying his new goodies around the house in anticipation. It is too cute!!

Tomorrow I am going to share a look at what I am packing inside their new lunch boxes. Between pickiness, peanut restrictions, and overall health consciousness, it can definitely get hard to come up with lunches that are mom and kid friendly, so I hope my ideas inspire you. Hope you are enjoying the last days of summer!

Thank you to Pottery Barn Kids for partnering on this post.

Photography by Yesi of Simply Lively





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