Pottery Barn brings new concept to Seattle
July 14, 2017,
The 16,818-square-foot store is officially reopening today, and offers the brand’s Fall 2017 collection featuring Pottery Barn’s seven newly introduced aesthetic perspectives.
“Seattle is a growing city, full of culture, style and natural beauty. We are excited to open our new retail concept in one of our most important markets, providing customers with an inspirational shopping experience that encourages a sense of discovery,” said Marta Benson, president of Pottery Barn. “The fall season marks an especially exciting time for Pottery Barn with the introduction of new aesthetics and a broader range of price points to address the needs of customers seeking different styles for their homes.”
In celebration of the opening, the store will host festivities through the weekend, in addition to exclusive discounts and a gift with purchase.
The Williams-Sonoma Inc. nameplate introduced the new store concept last year. University Village is the eighth Pottery Barn location to open in the new format and features signature design elements including rustic wood shelves, classic bronze light fixtures, concrete floors with wood inlays and decorative wood accents crafted from local reclaimed wood.
Pottery Barn at University Village features lifestyle displays reflecting a broad range of price points to meet the needs of customers seeking different styles, from updated traditional to globally-inspired, rooted in Pottery Barn’s casual, relaxed style. The store has exclusive furniture, bedding and easy decorating ideas for every room in the home including living, dining, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and outdoor spaces.
At the newly imagined Design Studio, customers have access to complimentary in-home design services. Pottery Barn’s team of design specialists are available to help customers select furniture and décor, create floor plans, consult on paint colors and assist with event planning.
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