Pottery Barn hits Indian shores and launches exclusive online store

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The last two years have been promising for decoration enthusiasts, with many global brands entering the Indian market. From West Elm, which launched in 2020, to recently launched H&M Home and Ikea, international home furnishings brands are making the case for thoughtful investments for the discerning. consumer.

Now, this San Francisco brand is poised to take over the home furnishings market with its key product categories—furniture, bedding, bath, rugs, window treatments, table tops, lighting and other decorative items—coming with American decorating sensibilities. Along with this, they offer Pottery Barn Kids, which helps create child-friendly, eco-friendly, stylish and innovative spaces.

However, this is not his first date with India. In 2016, Pottery Barn collaborated with ace designer Sabyasachi to launch a holiday capsule collection featuring a range of home products, featuring works created by artists from the Sabyasachi Art Foundation. And for those unfamiliar with its established position in the industry, you may know Pottery Barn via pop culture references, the most popular of which is from the American sitcom Friends’ Season 6, Episode 11 ‘The One With The Apothecary’. Table’, where Jennifer Aniston’s character Rachel Green buys an apothecary table from Pottery Barn for its ”unique appeal and story”.

Besides his style again sustainable offerings, Pottery Barn and Pottery Barn Kids designs are organic and feature FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified indoor wooden furniture collections, supporting forest ecosystems around the world. And to further enhance the shopping experience, the brand offers exclusive Design Crew services with a dedicated team of interior design experts offering free personalized design services. The design team helps answer style questions and advises on room planning via online chat or virtual consultations via video, phone and email.

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