living in PB Teen: beadboard canopy tie dye bedroom

Have you ever opened up a catalog or a website and wished you could live inside it? I mean, obviously that’s what they’re supposed to make you feel, but some of them do it particularly well.

Right now I’m kind of in love with PB Teen—maybe even more so than full-on, grown up Pottery Barn. A little bit more relaxed and with a healthy dose of quirkiness, PB Teen is definitely from the same family as Pottery Barn, it’s just the adventurous younger cousin. And I like it. 😉

living in PB Teen: beadboard canopy tie dye bedroom

Beadboard canopy tie dye room

living in PB Teen: wire wall letters

wire wall letters

living in PB Teen: wall mounted glass vessels

wall mounted glass vessels

living in PB Teen: photobox frames

photobox framesliving in PB Teen: rustic perforated bins

rustic perforated binsliving in PB Teen: wave curl wall art

Chris Burkard Lacquer Photography, Wave Curlliving in PB Teen: wood and wire wall multi basket

wood and wire wall multi basketliving in PB Teen: bulletin board

bulletin board

I want to call this style Easy Breezy Vintage Beachy and I want to claim it as my own. The colors, the textures, the styling—they all make me drool. I just want to crawl into my computer screen and take a little nap on that deliciously cozy looking bed.

And even if I can’t afford all of it, who says I can’t sprinkle a little of this and a little of that around? Those wire letters for one are whispering sweet nothings in my ear. They would be so stinking cute in the girls’ room.

OK, I’m going to go get a towel for all of the drool that has collected on my chin. But while I do that, is there a catalog that makes you swoon? And do you ever buy from it? Or do you just admire from afar and add it to your “Someday” list?

Written by Jennifer Garry
Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she's not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.