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Pottery Barn is a United States-based home furnishing store chain with retail stores in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, the Philippines and Australia. Pottery Barn is a wholly owned subsidiary of Williams-Sonoma, Inc. since September 1986, when it was purchased from GAP, Inc.
The Pottery Barn was co-founded in 1950 by Paul Secon and his brother Morris. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California. Pottery Barn also operates several specialty stores under the titles Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen. Pottery Barn has two retail catalogues, the traditional Pottery Barn catalogue and Pottery Barn Bed + Bath to focus only on its bed and bath lines.
Pottery Barn Kids
Pottery Barn Kids focuses on upscale children's furniture as well as bedding, towels, and baby clothing. The first Pottery Barn Kids store was opened in South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, California.
PBteen is the first home retailer to focus on teenagers in the 13-19 age range. It was launched in 2003. The first PB Teen store opened in Georgia in 2009, as well as in New York City and Chicago. The store now has a sub brand PB Dorm aimed at young people starting college life.
Appearances in popular culture
In the Boy Meets World episode "What I ment to say", Pottery Barn is mentioned in a sarcastic way after Eric comes home from his date to the local Pottery Barn.
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