We’re here to inspire beautiful decorating for every room, effortless entertaining for every occasion and thoughtful gifting for everyone on your list – in our stores, through our catalogs, online and over the phone.
COMPLIMENTARY DESIGN SERVICES
Pottery Barn’s Design Studio Specialists are trained to provide expert decorating and entertaining advice in our stores, in our customers’ homes and on the web via email and live chat – all free of charge. In addition, our Specialists host over 50 complimentary decorating and entertaining in-store classes and events each year. Online, we also offer an extensive archive filled with hundreds of exclusive articles, videos, decorating tools and our custom room planner. No matter what your design dream or dilemma, we're here to help — anytime, anywhere.
We take great pride in our exclusive products. Our in-house designers and expert craftsmen draw inspiration from time-honored designs from all over the world to create unique collections at an excellent value – and we always hold ourselves to the highest standards of quality.
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POTTERY BARN WORLDWIDE
Pottery Barn has stores in Canada and the Middle East, as well as ships to over 90 countries worldwide. In 2013, Pottery Barn, along with Pottery Barn Kids, West Elm and Williams-Sonoma, will open in Sydney, Australia.
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