We first spotted photographer Kristen Vincent’s home on our Instagram feed, and that first glimpse of her home left us smitten. Eager to see more of her style, we arranged for a house tour and interview. Keep reading to learn more about Kristen’s home, photography business and design sense.
We love unusual collections, and when Pottery Barn fan Deb sent in these photos of her home, we were delighted with her great style — and her yardstick collection.
Ah . . . summer’s finally here! Okay, that’s just wishful thinking, but the good news is that the Pottery Barn summer preview is finally here. Check out some of our favorite trends from this sneak peek at the summer collection.
San Francisco-based interior designer Melanie Coddington answers 20 questions for us. Learn more about her design style, favorite movie, go-to decorating colors and more!
Did you follow along with last week’s Six Days of Spring posts? After last week’s posts, we’re excited to see spring-related posts that other bloggers have been working on! Keep reading to learn more about a link party and giveaway.
See some of our favorite links of the week, including this Austin house tour.
This week, we’re participating in a week’s worth of spring projects and DIYs with five other bloggers (make sure to click through on today’s projects at the bottom of this post). Today, we’re featuring the PB Found Greek Olive Bucket, one of our favorite storage and decorating finds for spring.
We absolutely love decorating our homes with Pottery Barn fabric by the yard. Sewing pillow covers is a great way to refresh your sofa or bed for spring. This project takes very little time once you’ve assembled your materials. (We finished it in less than half an hour.)
Recently, one of our Pottery Barn team members decided to add some spring-related garden decor to her front entrance with a little help from the Pottery Barn Linear Succulent Planters. See how she used them to frame her front entrance.