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Gotham - - Contents - BY TIM LATTERNER

With a sprawl­ing new flag­ship that spans 17,000 square feet over two floors, Pot­tery Barn has cre­ated a mag­nif­i­cent show­case for its well-known style of clas­sic fur­ni­ture pieces that al­ready feel like home. The store, which opens Septem­ber 8th in Flat­iron, is also get­ting exclusive col­lec­tions and new ser­vices to re­ward brand loy­al­ists and lure in new shop­pers.

In col­lab­o­ra­tion with lo­cal artists and de­sign­ers like Women Who Draw, Jor­dan Sondler, and Junghwa, Pot­tery Barn is un­veil­ing exclusive col­lec­tions of prints, tea tow­els, and more. The new lo­ca­tion will also fea­ture an ex­panded de­sign stu­dio to help peo­ple over­haul a sin­gle room or build their own dream home piece by piece.

Ac­cord­ing to Pot­tery Barn Pres­i­dent Marta Ben­son, the ar­rival of the brand’s flag­ship in New York was in­evitable. “The first Pot­tery Barn store opened in New York’s Chelsea neigh­bor­hood in 1949,” she says. “It’s ex­cit­ing to come full cir­cle and open a flag­ship store in the city where it all be­gan.” 112 W. 18th St., 212-929-4464; pot­tery­barn.com

Pot­tery Barn’s Fall 2017 col­lec­tion marks the de­but of Ar­ti­sanal Vin­tage, a new de­sign ex­pres­sion that jux­ta­poses ro­man­tic, vin­tagein­spired flo­rals with in­dus­trial met­als.

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