Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Pottery Barn

I love Pottery Barn. But really, who doesn’t? It is probably a good thing that we do not have one here in Greensboro, at least not yet. Because if we did, it would be trouble. I get to shop at some of my favorite shops when I head over to Chapel Hill to either visit our daughter or bring her home for the weekend. There is a great outdoor mall there called South Point and they have a Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, and an Anthropologie. Why does it always seem that any other city but your own has more fun and exciting shops and restaurants? So, until my next shopping trip and visit to Chapel Hill/Durham, here are just a few of the things I spotted on the Pottery Barn web site:

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Look how gorgeous this cheese set is! Someday, it will be mine…oh yes, it will be mine. :)

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And these vintage clock plates and bowls. I am already trying to figure out a way to make them for myself. :)

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Now I loved seeing this tray because I just picked up a great tray from Goodwill that I am going to rehab and post for you to see soon. This one here has a price tag of $49.99 but I think mine will be MUCH less expensive. :)

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And oh how pretty are these mini dessert domes??? I made a version of my own with some things that I found at the Goodwill and posted about it yesterday. If you have a minute you can click here to see what I did. My Dessert Stand Set.)

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And finally, I loved these antique look number napkin rings. I actually ordered these today. They come as a set of 6 for $32.00. Big splurge but I think I will love them forever. I’d better!

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11 comments:

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Love the clock plates and bowls; and the numbered napkin rings. Sometimes, Lisa, they have better deals and prices on their "internet/catalog only" items than an in-store item.

RNSANE said...

I love the little mini dessert domes though I am not buying these type things anymore. With retirement and preparing to find a much smaller place to live, I look only - most of my purchases, if any, are good wines that I still love ( I already have the wonderful crystal and that I WON'T give away until my dying breath ). I already told my doctors, I will NEVER give up wine so don't bother telling me I have to do so.

Rambling Girl said...

Love those cloche dessert stands but the one you made is just as cute and I like your price better...matter a fact I just signed up for Pottery barn email...I love that site and the stuff.

Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle said...

I don't think I've seen any of these yet. Wouldn't it look nice to put one at each place setting for a dinner party?

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

I too am loving every single one of those things. The cheese hooked me in though. PLease share with me? YUM!
Love the clock plates!
Hey, link up your mini domes to thrifty thursday this week. It'd be perfect!

Wendy said...

I love your decorating style and you have so many great ideas. Thanks for stopping by and visiting my blog. Can't wait to see what you do with burlap & picture idea!!

Wendy

Brenda @Cozy Little House said...

We don't have all those stores either. We don't even have a Home Goods! Never shopped at one or seen one. (I hate music on blogs too. So I keep my computer completely muted...)
Brenda

The Daily Connoisseur said...

I love Pottery Barn too! Right now they have faux fur throws and I **really** want one! xo

Stacey said...

I saw the silver serving pieces at the store and they are to die for!! I want them. There I said it...I try not to but I do. :) They are heavy and the silver has a patina that looks like it isn't brand new.

Room to Inspire said...

I am in love with the clock plates and bowls! Please be sure to show us if you figure out a way to make these yourself.

Chelsea

Norma Lee @ Norma Lee Good said...

oh how I love me some PB. I love the numbered napkin rings I just don't know why they didn't go ahead and number 1-12! Their catalog is beautiful too. Maybe the plate fairy will bring both of us plates!