A collection of furniture and accessories offering a range of lamps, rugs, draperies and oversized sofas and chairs. [Description from dmoz]
Pottery Barn doesn't sell pottery per se, but it does sell furniture on which pottery can be displayed. The retailer sells casual home furnishings and accessories, such as sofas, tables, bedding, and tableware, at nearly 200 stores across the US and Canada. Pottery Barn also sells its wares by catalog and online. In 1999 the retailer launched Pottery Barn Kids, which operates retail stores and a separate Web site. Pottery Barn launched another specialty brand in 2003, PBTeen, which sells merchandise through catalogs, a Web site, and stores. Pottery Barn, which has roots that go back to 1949, is owned by home furniture and cookware retailer Williams-Sonoma. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 1.7 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor shops at Garnet Hill and patronizes anthropologie.com.
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