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Textiles designer John Robshaw has become a favorite of celebrities and fellow artists alike for his bright, globally-inspired prints. Now he’s teamed up with Crate & Kids to create a brand-new collection inspired by what he says is his most important role yet: Being a dad.
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“I designed this collection with kids in mind. I wanted to create a world for them, a life in color and print,” Robshaw said in a release. “Kids are wonderfully imaginative and optimistic. My daughter notices everything, big or small, including color and prints. It’s fun to see her be excited by it all and I’m happy to be a part of bringing joy to other kids.”
Robshaw’s 70-piece Crate & Kids line is heavily inspired by his travels through India, as well as his two-year-old daughter Regina. Featuring bold colors and maximalist-yet-straightforward designs, the collection is filled with intricate patterns, animals, and hand-stitched details.It also prioritizes sustainability, as all products are made from organic fibers.
“Kids love to dream! This collection brings adventure and optimism to nurseries and kids’ rooms through elevated designs with global influences and roots,” added Sebastian Brauer, Crate & Barrel’s Senior Vice President for Product Design and Development. “Bold pattern and energetic color is coming back into the home and this new collection extends that artistic confidence into kids’ rooms, allowing kids to express themselves in fun and unique ways that are rich with cultural references.”
Pieces range from $29 to $749. One of Robshaw’s favorites? The Amitri Tatro Organic Baby Crib Quilt ($129), which is embroidered with designs inspired by the lush gardens and grand palaces of India. The quilt is also reversible, with its other side featuring an allover floral block print in bright yellow.
You can shop the full John Robshaw for Crate & Kids collection here.