6 expensive-looking home decor items from the Pottery Barn Monique Lhuillier collection that you shouldn't skip

The new Pottery Barn Monique Lhuillier collection is inspired by fresh-cut French lavender

A three panel image showing items from the Pottery Barn Monique Lhuillier collection
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She's best known for making dresses for Blake Lively, Gwyneth Paltrow, and even Michelle Obama, but this spring, fashion designer Monique Lhuillier has curated some stunning tablescape items.  

All inspired by fresh-cut French lavender, this new collection brings a crisp, airy feel to spring decor. Whether you’re in need of new servingware or want to refresh your table linens with crisp, seasonal touches, Monique's collection has some beautiful pieces that are perfect for spring decor.

I trawled through the whole collection to find the choicest picks. Whether you're refreshing your current decor or totally starting from scratch, I've found a few gems in her latest collection. 

The new Pottery Barn Monique Lhuillier Collection 

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I like Monique's collection but as spring approaches lots of other designers and retailers are dropping seasonal collections. I've scoured the entirety of the Anthropologie spring collection and picked out the best Anthropologie spring tablescape ideas. I've also been hard hard at work going through Joanna Gaines' Hearth & Hand spring collection as well as the Crate and Barrell spring collection. If you can believe it, Williams Sonoma's Easter collection is already here too. There's lots of options our there for elevating your spring decor. 

Jessie Quinn
Contributing editor

Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.