Pottery Barn is my new favourite store for all things decor. If you are redecorating, renovating, building, or looking for special occasion pieces then Pottery Barn is a great place to start… and finish.
This Easter, add cute and decor worthy tabletop ideas to have your home reflecting a special occasion for kids and adults. Whilst the religious significance is not evident if you love the idea of rabbits and eggs to provide some tabletop fun then you’ll love these new homewares.
A Little Pottery Barn History
Pottery Barn first opened in Lower Manhattan, NYC, in 1949 nestled amongst the warehouses and docks of West Chelsea. Paul Secon, the Founder, was committed to providing his customers with well-designed furniture and homewares that offered great value. In-house designers are intimately involved in design, construction, and product testing. Beautiful and durable materials are chosen for their longevity so you know that wood, metal, and fabrics will stand the test of time.
Four key areas that inspire Pottery Barn and are enjoyed by their customers;
- innovative design
- providing top quality service
- creating enduring products
- giving back to the planet and global communities
Even today, nearly all collections are imagined and developed by a team of artisans based in San Francisco. Prototypes are hand-created for everything from patchwork quilts to lighting and dinnerware.
Pottery Barn Design Services
Now, this is really cool. Enjoy free advice from in-house consultants who will provide advice, take measurements, discuss colour options, and provide their expert tips. How great is that?
Have A Pottery Barn Easter
Set an Easter-festive table with bunny candy dishes, Easter placecard holders, table runners, serving platters, salt and pepper shakers, napkin rings, egg decor, cushions, throws, utensils, and realistic faux-flower displays. If you can’t find fresh daffodils, tulips, peonies, and ranunculus then these faux arrangements will suit you perfectly.