- Elliott Bed $699 – $1,495 Special $599 – $1,399
- Elliott Captain's Bed & Trundle $1,999 – $2,099
- Elliott Twin-over-Twin Bunk Bed $1,599 – $2,599 Special $1,199 – $2,599
- Elliott Twin-over-Full Bunk Bed $1,799 – $1,949 Special $1,349 – $1,459
- Elliott Loft System $2,399 – $2,499 Special $1,799 – $2,499
- Elliott Loft System & Twin Bed Set $3,099 – $3,195 Special $2,395 – $3,195
- Elliott Drawer Chest $999
- Elliott Extra-Wide Dresser $1,045 – $1,199
- Elliott Dresser $899 – $999 Special $719 – $999
- Elliott Desk & Hutch $299 – $499 Sale $119.99 – $499
- Elliott Nightstand $299 – $319
- Elliott Toddler Bed Conversion Kit $139
- Elliott Dresser & Topper Set $1,049 Sale $839.99
- Elliott Collection Wood Swatches $20
For classic style in your baby’s nursery or child’s bedroom, our Elliott Collection at Pottery Barn Kids is a lovely choice when considering what pieces to furnish it with. The solid wood frames are made with traditional cabinetry craftsmanship for stable furniture that lasts for years. With timeless appeal, each piece of our collection has subtle molding and a richness caused by the layers of hand-finishing. For enhanced durability and to make cleaning easy, childproof lacquer provides a protective sealant.
The solid poplar wood crib gives your baby a snug night’s sleep. The metal mattress platform features three different height options so that you can alter the height as your baby grows. Choose from a white, charcoal or chocolate finish to blend in with the nursery decor. A conversion kit is recommended so that when your baby grows to a toddler, he or she can sleep in the same, familiar surroundings. The lower panel prevents toddlers from rolling out of bed and allows them to pull up when they awaken.
Keep all of your baby’s bedding, diapers, nursing essentials and clothing stored neatly away in a dresser. The four drawers feature dovetail joinery for a classic look, and a removable topper makes changing your baby easy and convenient. The dresser, which is also available in an extra-wide design with seven drawers, is kept stable with the inclusion of an anti-tip kit.
When your child’s ready for a big bed, a twin or full bed looks stylish with a slatted headboard and footboard. A trundle underneath provides an instant bed when playmates stay overnight. A matching nightstand accommodates a lamp for reading a bedtime story with a single drawer and a cubby underneath to store your child’s books or toys. Another design incorporating a trundle is the captain’s bed. This fun, raised design lets your child climb in and out of bed using a ladder. Three drawers layered between the bed and trundle provide additional storage, which is ideal in a room with little space.
For two kids, a bunk bed is fun and a great way to save space in a room. Opt for a twin-over-twin design or twin-over-full bunk bed with a solid wood ladder and two guardrails to keep your child firmly tucked up in the top bunk. Fold clothes neatly away in a matching dresser with two large drawers at the bottom and two smaller ones at the top. If there’s room, go for the extra wide dresser, which has three extra drawers for much-needed storage.
Your child needs somewhere to sit quietly and get on with the homework due the next day. Keep the furniture theme going in your child's bedroom with a matching desk. Two drawers to one side are ideal for storing books, pens and craft materials. This keeps everything close at hand while keeping clutter off the desk surface. Utilize the wall space above with a hutch that has three cubby holes above for extra storage and a cutout to route cords and keep messy leads neatly concealed. A corkboard panel above the desk completes the look and is ideal for hanging a calendar and pictures.
Why not incorporate the desk with the bed in a full loft system. Your child will love clambering up and down the ladder and being king or queen of the castle in the room. The bed has a full guardrail and is set upon a double-sided open shelving unit with convenient cubby holes and four dresser drawers. On the other side is a desk with two handy drawers under the table unit. There’s plenty of room in the space underneath the bed to move around freely on a swivel chair and find whatever’s needed in the drawers and shelves. For two kids, utilize this space for a second bed and switch the desk configuration so that it’s on the outside of the unit. When you’ve decided what furniture you prefer, look at the wood swatches and choose the color that blends in perfectly with the nursery or bedroom decor. For white or charcoal pieces, brushed nickel knobs complete the look while the chocolate color is complemented by antique bronze knobs.