3 Reasons to Shop Pottery Barn

3 Reasons to Shop Pottery Barn

Rosee Creatives

As if you really need more than one…

From the atmosphere,  to the friendly staff and all the classic/modern/FESTIVE decor in between… Do you really need any more reasons to shop at Pottery Barn? Recently, I had the opportunity to set up a pop-up shop in Pottery Barn at South Coast Plaza. Provided that it was during Christmas season, my Holly Jolly heart was delighted. Surely, you won’t mind feasting your eyes on my favorite holiday pieces, which I have attached below. Still contemplating? If you’re not sold by my sentiment, then allow me to charm you with my words: 3 Reasons to Shop Pottery Barn.

Where to Begin…

I somehow always find myself ending up in Pottery Barn after a long day of perusing the mall. There is something so comforting about daydreaming in a store that feels like home (my want to be home). The best part, the staff never questions my (probably weird) tendencies toward making their workplace my second living room. Every time, I ask myself: “Why am I in here, again?”. Then again, I’m not so shocked at all. Pottery Barn has a long history of superb customer service and engaging staff members, not to mention they service top quality, specialized products.

3 Reasons to Shop Pottery Barn

  1. GUIDANCE – Online & In-store

Their website has an entire  blog section on Tips & Ideas. The saving grace to my apartment living woes! Here, they have compiled some really neat articles that answer basic design questions, give ideas by room, and offer fantastic style advice for those of us who do not specialize in feng shui… #guilty.

Seriously, they are giving these Pinterest worthy tips to us, for FREE! Not to mention, if you go in to a Pottery Barn store, you can be guaranteed quality advice for designing a room that is totally you. Looking to spruce up your design game? You can make a free in-store design appointment here.

2. Their Blog – Relating and Connecting

My favorite links involve the creative ways to utilize small spaces. After all, every inch counts! In addition, they offer countless “how to” blog postings (for free) that range anywhere from customized crafts, to throwing a memorable cocktail party, all the way down to delicious desserts.

As if that wasn’t cool enough, Pottery Barn is always looking for Instagrammers, Tweeters, and brand influencers to utilize their products with hashtag #Mypotterybarn. In other words, they believe in their products and their customers so much that they want YOU to share your application of the aesthetics.

At Pottery Barn, they appreciate efforts that help give back. They are connected to the programs that we, as customers, truly care about. They focus heavily on initiatives to helping the environment by utilizing eco-friendly raw materials and a “Green” approach to waste.

3. Like Momma’s House

“Momma I’m home!!!” Growing up, I have memories of my mom obsessing over Pottery Barn. There’s a familiarity to it that actually makes me feel as if it’s my home. Granted, styles have changed over the years, yet the principles of their marketing and what they stand for has remained the same. In 1986 the original Pottery Barn brand was purchased by William Sonoma, which has since enhanced the quality and craftsmanship of their products.

Their mission statement:

“OFFERING QUALITY PRODUCTS AND OUTSTANDING SERVICE HAS BEEN OUR GOAL SINCE THE FIRST WILLIAMS-SONOMA STORE OPENED IN 1956. AS WE MOVE FORWARD, A SHARED COMMITMENT TO WHO WE ARE, WHERE WE ARE GOING AND HOW WE WILL GET THERE WILL HELP US CARRY ON THIS TRADITION.”

– CHUCK WILLIAMS, FOUNDER

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