About Pottery Barn

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Pottery Barn

With almost 200 locations throughout the U.S. and an extensive online catalog, Pottery Barn has a solid reputation as one of the best furniture stores for the mid-range and upscale market. This company offers a broad range of decor to suit discerning tastes.

An impressive array of high-quality furniture and accents makes Pottery Barn one of the most popular furniture stores for gift registries. Whether you want a dining table or a sheet set, you're sure to find what you want. The retailer even features special lines like Pottery Barn Kids, PBTeen, PBDorm, and PBApartment.

Lovers of transitional decor will appreciate Pottery Barn's blend of traditional and modern elements. Drawing inspiration from a wide variety of sources, the brand's quality furniture works in any home from a cozy cottage to a high-rise apartment.

As one of the country's top furniture stores, Pottery Barn offers items for many price points. From plates and towels as low as $10 to good, quality furniture up to $3,000, customers will find something that suits their budget. This makes the versatile retailer a destination for shoppers of luxury furniture brands and mid-level stores alike.

Customers who buy furniture from Pottery Barn support a company that focuses on sustainable production. The brand looks to reduce its ecological footprint by offering trendy organic bedding, recycled rugs, and reclaimed wood.

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