Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn Furniture Company History & Information

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For over 70 years, Pottery Barn has provided quality home furnishings for nearly every room and decor style. The San Francisco-based company operates over 200 retail locations throughout North America. They also maintain a simple online shopping platform that makes it easier than ever to find beautiful furniture and decor for your home.

Pottery Barn offers a host of products to suit many different price points. Their affordable furniture and low-cost accent pieces are a great choice for shoppers on a budget. Sturdy materials, lasting construction and meticulous attention to detail make the brand's pricier items a smart investment.

The company is dedicated to sustainable and ethical business practices. They use eco-friendly means of production and work with the Arbor Day Foundation and the Global Organic Textile Standard to reduce their carbon footprint. Pottery Barn also shows its commitment to social change through partnerships with St. Jude, the N.A.A.C.P and the Trevor Project.

Where Is Pottery Barn Furniture Made?

Pottery Barn sources their furniture from all around the world. Upholstered pieces, such as sofas and loveseats, are made to order in the United States at the company's manufacturing facility in North Carolina. The brand imports other pieces from skilled international artisans in Asia and South America.

Pottery Barn Furniture Quality

The company uses high-quality, ethically sourced materials for its furnishings. Many of the brand's pieces feature kiln-dried wood, organic cotton and reclaimed recyclables. Pottery Barn backs up its products with generous policies like flat-rate shipping, affordable white-glove delivery service and hassle-free returns and exchanges.

Pottery Barn Furniture Types

Pottery Barn offers a wide array of beautiful furniture in traditional and modern styles. Their catalog includes comfy sectionals and sofas, elegant bedroom sets, sturdy dining suites and weather-resistant outdoor pieces. You can also find coffee tables, ottomans and storage items to fill in your layout. The brand's rugs, lamps and bedding are the perfect accessories for completing your ideal look.

The Big Sur Madera Living Room Collection


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Pottery Barn's Big Sur Madera living room collection offers a beautiful contemporary canvas suited to any setup. Madera rectangular coffee tables feature a rich mocha-brown finish to enhance the rustic-modern vibe of your cozy living room. The table also features a lower shelf for additional storage and display space.

This line includes the Square Arm upholstered double chaise sectional, which makes a gorgeous centerpiece for your family room. The modular sofa and lounge-worthy chaise provide maximum comfort. You can also choose from cotton, chenille, tweed or velvet upholstery to suit your unique aesthetic.

Additionally, the Madera living room collection includes stylish accents to tie your look together. Decorative pieces like antiqued mirrors, handcrafted terracotta bowls and ceramic table lamps bring a mix of contemporary appeal and rustic flair to your living room. You can also find hand-knotted wool rugs and smooth suede throw pillows to enhance the warm and inviting atmosphere of your layout.

The Malcolm Bedroom Collection

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Featuring vintage style with a dash of modernity, Pottery Barn's Malcolm collection will jazz up your bedroom. These platform beds, nightstands and spacious 6-drawer dressers feature solid spruce wood atop a firm metal base. With sturdy construction and flawless glazed pine finishes to suit rustic, contemporary or modern bedrooms, this collection is an excellent long-term investment.

The Aubrey Home Office Collection


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Pottery Barn's Aubrey collection can turn any corner into a stylish home office. Comfortable desks provide all the space and storage you'll need to study or work from home. This collection also includes spacious cabinets and bookcases to keep textbooks, files and office supplies within reach.

The Benchwright Dining Room Collection

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With room to seat up to 14 guests, the Benchwright extendable dining table serves as a proud centerpiece for any dining room. Decorators with smaller dining areas can choose a round pedestal-style model instead. Padded Segura leather dining chairs put a modern spin on this farmhouse-style setup, while the Maisie glass globe chandelier adds a touch of drama to your design.

The Seagrass Collection

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Transform your beach house living room, enclosed porch or patio into a coastal paradise using the Seagrass collection from Pottery Barn. Kiln-dried wood and durable synthetic webbing offer maximum support, while rolled arms and wingback designs lend classic style to your space. These sofas, sectionals, chairs and ottomans also come in gray wash or espresso finishes to complement your color scheme.

Shop Pottery Barn Furniture

With talented staff and designers keeping up with the latest trends, Pottery Barn has been a provider of stylish quality furniture for over 70 years. They also offer seasonal discounts and convenient online shopping to help customers enjoy a simple, stress-free buying experience. Overall, the company makes it easy and affordable to furnish your home with exquisite pieces.

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