Designed for everyday living, Pehr creates beautiful, practical products in partnership with exceptional craftspeople and ethical manufacturers.
Our Origin Story
Our focus in the beginning was very clear. To design what we loved and believed was useful. That quality and design are of equal importance. An element of 'Playful Sophistication' was and continues to be, the lens through which all of our products come to life."
Friends since they were kids themselves, Jen Kelly and Becca Perren struggled to find a brand that could accurately reflect their shared approach to style and motherhood.
Knowing that creating the perfect space for your babe is as much about you as it is about them, and with an unwavering commitment to quality, attention to detail and sustainable manufacturing practices, Pehr was born.
Pehr is a female-founded, female-led company. We instinctively know the value in a woman’s touch, and are proud to work with artisans and partners whose skilled hands bring our products to life.
We recognize the power in harnessing our collective influence to bring positive and lasting change, and we are steadfast in expanding our manufacturing network with partners who share our commitment to supporting women in the workplace.
Of equal importance is aligning with like-minded groups, such as Care & Fair and Good Weave, organizations dedicated to providing educational opportunities for women in developing nations.
The Brass Tacks
Nothing good gets done in a hurry. So, we spend a lot of time sweating the details. From fabric to fit, palettes to prints – our design process is slow and steady to ensure we bring the best to you and your babe.
Organic Materials and Processes
We believe quality and safety should come standard, so we only use 100% certified organic cotton in all of our bedding and apparel. You can rest easy knowing your kids are outfitted in the highest grade materials.
They won’t be little forever, so their tomorrow weighs heavily on the choices we make today. We are actively working to reduce our footprint by eliminating single-use packaging and identifying more sustainable manufacturing processes.