The collection aims to enhance the quality of life at home for those living with disabilities, injuries, and the aging-in-place community by offering stylish products that do not sacrifice function and accessibility.
Its launch expands on the retailer’s commitment to becoming a more inclusive brand, said Marta Benson, Pottery Barn’s president.
“Our mission is to incorporate accessibility into everything we do—providing beautiful, thoughtful design that makes a home a more comfortable place for everyone.”
The Accessible Home collection offers a range of bath, upholstery, office, dining, bedroom, and lighting products rooted in Pottery Barn’s signature values of quality, style, and sustainability.
The Accessible Home collection features Pottery Barn’s signature quality, style, and sustainability values. Some items include bathroom consoles, pivot mirrors, and grab bars; upholstered motion lift chairs; desks and tables; and sconces.
To bring the collection to life, Pottery Barn teamed up with industry experts to ensure the pieces had proper accessibility features. For example, Pottery Barn’s Irving recliner features powered remotes with easy-to-read buttons, multiple reclining positions, side pockets for easy-to-reach storage, and lifting to assist with sitting and standing.
Included in the Accessible Home are non-slip rugs, non-breakable melamine tabletop products, adjustable desks, as well as adjustable beds.
The Accessible Home collection is available now on potterybarn.com and in select stores.