Originally founded in the West Chelsea neighborhood in lower Manhattan, founder Paul Secon has been specializing in great value for exclusive fashionable home wares since 1949. After beginning to expand beyond house wares to offer kitchen and decorative items, Pottery Barn was first purchased by The Gap Stores, Inc. in 1983 then later by Williams-Sonoma in 1986. Continuing to evolve since the founding of the company, Pottery Barn now has their own design studio offering an emphasis on craftsmanship and high quality products.
Today Pottery Barn focuses on four areas:
- innovating their designs
- giving back to the planet and global communities
- offering top-notch service to customers
- creating enduring products
Pottery Barn’s main design floor is housed in San Francisco, with stores all around the world to help customers live functionally, beautifully, and comfortably at home. From furniture to bedding to kitchen wares and decorative items, Pottery Barn offers every home design essential you can think of.
What’s Hot at Pottery Barn Right Now?
Healthy Homes! With healthy living taking over the world for the better, Pottery Barn too is focusing on helping you feel good at home with organic bedding for a sleep sanctuary, soothing candles and color tones, live plants for air purifying and easier breathing, and reduced chemical exposure in all of their products. Design your home for healthy living and invite loved ones over for a nutritious and home-cooked meal to enjoy your living space with you.
Here are a few of the items that are peeking our interest!