Please make sure to read her first one as well if you haven’t yet.
Once we enter the world of adulthood, magazines and catalogs geared towards teens and tweens don’t fit our lifestyles anymore. Well, maybe for some of you they do. I’m not judging, But let’s discuss the fact that you’re 30 years old and still subscribing to Teen Beat later. Right now I want to talk about Pottery Barn Teen, better known as PB Teen (because hey, in a generation of people who abbreviate everything, why not abbreviate Pottery Barn, too?).
Keep in mind, if I were still a single gal I would be using a lot more of this in our place, but Paul’s not really big on large scale pink polka dots or anything pastel, floral, or just downright girly, and PB Teen doesn’t offer a lot in the way of neutral or unisex items (I’m assuming that’s because they’re correctly assuming that the 18 and unders aren’t cohabitating with significant others yet!), so some of these may be hard to convince your hubby to embrace. But little pieces here and there won’t kill him. Here are some of my faves:
Love the green ones!
PB Teen Nouveau floral rug
Black and white is always classic. This rug would be super cute with the Circolo tables, too!
PB Teen’s Awning stripe drapes create and airy, simple feel. Love the soft colors and thick stripes!
PB Teen Chelsea style tile – great to use in your kitchen for grocery lists, recipes, invitations….
PB Teen Painted dot bath towels. I can’t get over their cuteness!
Alright, I couldn’t decide if I loved this or hated it at first. Personally, I might have selected a different shade (like a drum shade), but I love the base. So cute on a dining room buffet table! PB Teen teacup lamp