I am a big fan of tradition, especially when it comes to holidays. Pulling out holiday decor year after year is like greeting old friends. That’s why holiday decorations need to be both classic and durable. Sure they are only on display for a short time each year, but to become family traditions they must stand the test of time.
When it comes to classic seasonal looks made from quality materials, Pottery Barn Kids is right there on top. I could happily outfit every inch of the house in Pottery Barn and Pottery Barn Kids decor (both seasonally and year round). From tabletop and mantle decorations to garlands and plush friends to fill those Easter Baskets, Pottery Barn Kids has everything to brighten your spring look for the bunny’s arrival.
Of course nothing says Easter like the all-important Easter Basket. For the past three Easters I have purchased a new, cheap Easter basket/bucket for K. Filled to the brim with goodies, the baskets served their purpose, but after the holiday I discovered that these baskets and buckets somehow made their way into our lives as play things. In other words, these decorations didn’t get put away with the rest of the decor they just became more stuff around the playroom.
This year even our Easter basket is becoming part of our annual tradition. On Easter morning, K will receive a beautiful, new PBK Easter basket. Large enough to fill with tons of goodies, this is basket that is made to last throughout childhood. Not only is it beautiful, but it won’t junk up our playroom and its green too (think of all those junk baskets that end up in the landfill).
I am really excited to start this new tradition with K. Plus this one-time investment means that I can spend more money on goodies to fill the basket than another basket.
Pottery Barn Kids Easter baskets come in small and large versions in you choice of white, chestnut, pink, yellow or green. After selecting your basket, there are 19 liner patterns to choose from. (This one is “pink flower” in case you were wondering.) By the way, I debated the large basket, but I am glad I got the small basket. It is plenty big enough for goodies, but not so big it will be hard to fill. Plus it is the perfect size for my egg-hunting preschooler.
Check out all of the Easter decor available from Pottery Barn Kids. There’s still time to order before the Easter Bunny’s arrival (April 2 is the cutoff for monogrammed Easter items), but hurry he will be hoping down the bunny trial soon. (PS – select decor is now on sale with free shipping.)
Stay tuned for ideas to fill your baskets with tons of goodies.
Disclosure – I was provided a basket to facilitate this review, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.