While I love the look of Pottery Barn furniture,it is not high quality and is very overpriced.Some of their items are real woodand decent quality. However,many of the items such as desks and bookcases and things are particle or press board and veneers!
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Is Pottery Barn furniture good quality?
Over the next few decades, Pottery Barn has become synonymous with elegance in modern interior design. Its signature furniture and home decor is generally relaxed and unstuffy but crafted from some of the finest and most durable materials.
Where is Pottery Barn furniture made?
There actually are simple Go to Pottery Barn and ask to see the carton the furniture you want came in. Much of the furniture sold at places like that (including Pier 1, etc) is made in China, Indonesia, or some 3rd world developing country. If you don’t see the info you want plastered on the furniture, ask.
What kind of materials does Pottery Barn use?
Pottery Barn’s pieces include materials such as engineered woods, medium-density fiberboard (MDF), kiln-dried woods, reclaimed woods, synthetic fabrics, organic cottons, natural linens, metals, marble, acrylic, glass, seagrass and more.
What is the history of Pottery Barn?
Pottery Barn was founded in 1949 by brothers Paul and Morris Secon after discovering three entire barns full of old pottery in Alfred, New York. Over the next few decades, Pottery Barn has become synonymous with elegance in modern interior design.