CHICAGO – Crate & Barrel and Crate & Kids’ new collection with designer, Leanne Ford, the collection featuring products for the whole home including an expansion of the kids furniture line released in 2020.
The Leanne Ford for Crate & Barrel Collection was inspired by the increased time spent at home in recent years and the importance of flexible yet lovely living spaces throughout the whole home. The design embraces the need for multifunctional furniture and décor, including home office items that work in any room. The collection consists of 50 pieces and retails as low as $10.95 for dinnerware and up to $6,596 for the Haldeman storage and open bookcases, set of four.
The Leanne Ford for Crate & Kids Collection brings kid-friendly design to the playroom, nursery and kid’s bedroom spaces. The line is inspired by Ford’s search for design forward pieces that could stand up to a little one’s use. Whimsical designs can be seen in the art and lighting collections, while form meets function with natural wood finishes and neutral décor. This collection features 60 items and retails from as low as $10 for dresser knobs and up to $1,698 for the Ever Slipcovered white daybed and mattress cover.
“Curation was the true vision behind this collection, bringing layered warmth and style through mixed materials and silhouettes to create an easy and joyful, well-loved home,” said Ford. “I designed these pieces to live happily with our previous collections, while being strong enough to stand alone.”
Both collections are available now at Crate & Barrel and Crate & Kids online and in stores. Customers have access to the Crate & Barrel Design Desk services available to help envision the collection in their homes. Members of the Crate & Barrel Holdings Inc. Trade Program will have access to this collection as well.
Erica Crawford, associate editor for Furniture Today, is a recent graduate of the University of Iowa, with a degree in English and a writing certificate in publishing. In addition to bringing her writing talent to the editorial team, Erica will add her late-Millennial perspective.