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Rachel Zoe wants to make over your children's bedrooms

US designer Rachel Zoe at the 2019 CFDA fashion awards at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City on June 3, 2019

Rachel Zoe is making her first foray into home decor.

The US fashion designer and stylist is teaming up with Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen on a line of interior accessories set to launch in September, WWD reports.

The collections, which will cover everything from furniture and lighting to bedding and accessories, will draw on Zoe's own concept of a dream childhood or teen bedroom, spanning vibrant prints and fun details such as metallic colors and sequins.

"Together we were able to design a nursery and kids collection that brings together Rachel's fashion point of view and her experience as a mom," Allison Spampanato, senior vice president, product development at Pottery Brand Kids and Pottery Barn Teen, told WWD. "Our teen collection represents Rachel's philosophy that glamour is in the details; and the bedding, decorative accessories and décor we designed together is a collection full of whimsical style synonymous with Rachel Zoe."

The move marks Zoe's homewares debut, but the style maven, who runs her own eponymous ready-to-wear business, is no stranger to collaborations. The fashion icon has teamed up with brands ranging from Google -- with whom she released a phone case collection in 2017 -- to eBay -- for whom she created a back-to-school backpack series in 2016 -- in the past.