Pottery Barn has debuted a newly designed store at The Village at Corte Madera in Corte Madera, CA.
According to the company, inspired by a modern farmhouse, the 12,288 square foot store features dramatic high ceilings with exposed wood beams, a skylight in the center of the store and 11-foot high steel framed doors that open to an outside seating area at the front of the store.
In addition, the new store design blends rustic and modern elements. It features locally salvaged woods from buildings at the Oakland Army Base and hand forged iron shelving. As part of Pottery Barn’s commitment to sustainability, the store features LED lighting to reduce energy consumption, low VOC paints to reduce toxins and reclaimed wood, the company said.
Additionally, an expanded design studio offers new tools and resources to assist customers in visualizing and customizing interior design and home furnishings projects. In-store and in-home design consultations with expert design specialists are free and, for a small fee, in-home installation services, which include room painting, drape installation, gallery wall hanging and more, are also available.
“The new store design is a beautiful contemporary canvas for showcasing our relaxed, inviting and timeless home furnishings and décor collections,” said Laura Alber, president and chief executive officer, Williams-Sonoma, Inc. “This store represents a refreshing evolution of Pottery Barn’s signature spirit. We’ve created an exciting destination full of inspiration for visitors that encourages a sense of discovery, is easy to shop, and offers unique services to help our customers create their dream homes. We welcome all our neighbors to our new home in Corte Madera.”