Best Of: Pottery Barn

A curated round up of the very best items from Pottery Barn. (March 2017)

Dublin Stackable Shelving Unit* || Leighton Wall Adjustable Sconce || Kantha Textile Wall Art || Moraga Coffee Table || Bowen Global Dresser || Jamie Media Console || Zahara Synthetic Rug - Blue || SoMa Swivel Slipcovered Chair || Cooper Table Lamp || Windsor Modular Desk || Display Wall Shelf With Drawer || Shibori Embroidered Pillow Cover || Diamond Shibori Print Pillow Cover || Faux Succulent Arrangement || Cline Dining Chairs || Washed Velvet Pillow Cover 

Welcome to the "Best Of" series! Each Friday I choose a retailer and feature a roundup of my favorite products. If there's a particular shop you'd like to see, please leave a comment, or use the contact form with the subject line, "Best Of Request." To see all the places I've featured in the series, click here.

Pottery Barn's "look" has been evolving recently, and I've noticed they've been dipping their toe into a few new styles, while maintaining their classic, traditional roots. Specifically, they recently launched a small space-focused line that has a lot of that classic look, but it also includes pieces that lean toward an eclectic, modern style, which I personally love! This line also has lower price points overall than the rest of the PB collection. (Affordable pieces #FTW!) I've included a bunch of those items in my roundup, but you can shop the entire line here as well. 

There are a few items I wanted to call out from this round up: 

The Dublin Stackable Shelving Unit provides some super flexible storage and has an awesome industrial-modern aesthetic. You can purchase shelves individually or in packs of four - just think of the possibilities! Go vertical and use it as a bookcase, or place stacks of two side-by-side in an entry for shoe storage.

The Bowen Global Dresser reminds me of an Anthropologie piece with its slightly imperfect, hand-painted look and those unique drawer pulls - but no Anthro pricing here! This tall dresser is just $499, and much of it is made from solid wood. There's also a matching bedside table and smaller media chest of you're on the lookout for smaller pieces with this look!

If you'd consider yourself to have a black thumb, or just don't want to have to worry about keeping plants alive, Pottery Barn has you covered. They've got a wide array of really, really good faux plants - including air plants, succulents, hydrangea and even a giant fiddle leaf fig! I'm all about real plants, but sometimes faux is the way to go (if they're good ones).

One thing you can't tell from the image about the Jamie Media Console is the deep texture that runs through that matte black piece. Up close, it's so pretty and gives the pieces some visual interest without stealing the spotlight from other pieces in the room.

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