If you've ever watched Hailey Bieber's YouTube series Who's In My Bathroom?, I have exciting news. You can now shop the stunning bathroom for yourself, thanks to Pottery Barn.
For those of you who haven't watched yet, here's a little background info: The series consists of Hailey chatting with celebs like Kendall Jenner and Emily Ratajkowski from her bathroom (well, kind of—more on that in a second) while they play games, enjoy some snacks, and sip on a cocktail or two. You know, normal things that ultra-famous BFFs do in their bathrooms.
Recently, production for Who's In My Bathroom? relocated from Hailey's actual bathroom to a custom-built set in Hollywood. To make the set feel more like home, Pottery Barn's Design Crew gave the space a makeover and created a cozy backstage lounge for Hailey and her A-list guests to enjoy. Starting today, you can shop some of the items the crew used to decorate the polished bathroom set.
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I just moved to a new place and my bathroom is in need of an update, so I'll pick up some of the fluffy towels. I'll also grab the ice buckets to keep my wine cold during my next self-care night, and perhaps some pretty drinking glasses to use while I zen out in the bath. Sounds nice, right?
The design crew from Pottery Barn also decked out Hailey's green room and dressing room, plus the backstage lounge. So if your living room or bedroom is in need of a little zhuzh-ing up, the pieces below should do the trick.
The new and improved bathroom decor made its debut during Hailey's most recent Who's In My Bathroom? episode with Gwyneth Paltrow. And according to a Pottery Barn press release, it'll also be featured in two more episodes this season.
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