Share Your Traditions With Us To Win $2500

Whether you call it your pad, nest or abode, your home is a special place; even more so during the holidays.  It’s where laughter is had, food shared and memories made.  Home is the heart of tradition and we love that we contribute in our small way in helping you and your family craft those meaningful moments.  With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we are asking you to share your traditions with us.


Entering the contest could not be more simple.  Post a picture highlighting your Pottery Barn style on Instagram, tag @PotteryBarn and include the hashtag #behometogether for a chance to win a $2,500 Pottery Barn shopping spree.  Enter as many times as you want now through November 29, 2015.  Be creative.  Have fun.  Remember we are celebrating YOUR unique sense of style and tradition!

The contest winner will be randomly selected on 11/30/2015.  Please see our complete rules for eligibility.

We like to all get together in the family and remember all the good memories of my little brother. He passed away on Thanksgiving Morning in 1987.

This is the worst website I have a customer rewards card that I tried to use but it did not take the $25.00 off the total. Then I tried to take advantage of a 20% off e-mail to order the same items and that did not show the discount on my order. When I tried to input my $25.00 rewards coupon, it said it was already used (even though I cancelled out on the order). I’m not happy and have to find a store to get my mother’s Christmas gift!

Christmas is always a special time for my Wife and I. She was a only child and We have tried our best to instill values and traditions for our children and their families. So this year we are finally all going to be together after many tears apart.

Every year we go to my mom’s house where the whole family gets together. We eat turkey and a bunch of food, then we clean up and play board games with the kids. The men usually fall asleep while us ladies take care of everything 🙂

We have a 98 year old down to 2 two year olds so we get together and just enjoy the generations for every holiday. Feeling blessed.

Our family likes to get together weekly during the holiday season, it feels weird without my grandma it’s just not the same 🙁 we miss her dearly and holidays are always tough for us because of the memories

On Thanksgiving, we all.get together and watch the kids play. Adults sit and chit chat, usually guys in one room, ladies in another. When we sit down to eat, we all gp around the table, and say one thing we are thankful for.

I have my family for Christmas eve dinner and presents. After everyone leaves my daughter receives a Christmas eve gift from her elf (Christmas pajamas, cocoa, mo ie and popcorn). We watch the movie and have treats. She puts out milk and cookies for santa. The Christmas morning magic starts early. After presents we go to mass and visit family all day.

I do home health care so I have to work every Thanksgiving until three. My mom, dad, brother, niece and son have started having their own Thanksgiving at a later time than the rest of the family so I can have a hot dinner and family time when I get home. 🙂 I appreciate the sacrifice they all have made to include me and am very thankful to have them to come home to.

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