Pottery Barn Hits The Road With New Airstream Collection

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Pottery Barn and Airstream have teamed to develop a "home" collection for use on the road.

Pottery Barn is teaming with Airstream, best known for its iconic travel trailer, on a new product collection designed to bring the comforts of home on the road.

The Airstream x Pottery Barn Collection features iconic Airstream references while evoking a sense of limitless possibilities no matter where the road leads. The retailer’s more than 40-piece collection includes bedding, indoor/outdoor pillows, dinnerware, drinkware, table and kitchen linens, barware, rugs, décor, style-forward storage, travel-friendly games, accessories and beyond. Items range in price from $12 to $899.

“Following the demand we saw from our first successful collaboration with Airstream, we are excited to unveil a second collection which reflects the idea that home is wherever our customers are, while drawing on the wanderlust and sense of adventure that Airstream ensues,” said Marta Benson, president of Pottery Barn. “Whether you own an Airstream or are just dreaming of an adventure, the pieces in this collection combine style, functionality and the comforts of home.”


The tabletop and bar essentials products in the line include the Airstream Icon Enamel 6-Piece Dinnerware Set and Airstream Big Sur Flask with Magnetic Tumblers, which are lightweight and durable for outdoor dining. For dining on the go, the Airstream Picnic Backpack is complete with a full set of essentials including melamine plates, plastic tumblers, stainless steel forks, knives, and spoons, a waiter-style corkscrew and salt and pepper shakers.

“We’re thrilled to expand our partnership with Pottery Barn on this new collection, just in time for the upcoming summer travel season,” said Bob Wheeler, president and CEO of Airstream. “The approach with this functional, design-forward product line will appeal to both Airstream owners and those who are inspired by the idea of hitting the road and exploring our country.”