All Pottery Barn stores seem to have their own "in-store" display designers.
It's my experience each Pottery Barn seems a whole lot different from the other ones because of this, even though they carry the same merchandise.
Dining Display At Pottery Barn, On Knox St, Dallas TX
My favorite Pottery Barn store is just a little north of downtown Dallas on Knox Street, just west of Highway 75.
The whole area is lovely and old with well-kept, tree-lined streets and beautiful homes built before World War II.
This store's entry opens into the dining area section of the store, and it was love at first sight for me and their dusty-gray-and-pale-pink dining room display here!
They also had a front room display set up next to the dining room display, which carried on the pinks and dusty grays.
I was in the area to buy a long planned for couch at a Weir's Furniture store across the street, but I never miss an opportunity to stroll through this Pottery Barn store and soak in the lovely displays.
I once took a vow to never ever again use the term "Pops Of___" but I'm breaking my vow here because there's no other way to say it except the pops of dark pink in just a few areas really made the displays come to life!
But I will say I longed for, lusted after, and (hang my head in shame) even "felt up" every soft throw and pillow in the place!
How about you? Do you like the dusty grays and pale wood that seems to be coming out this year?
I saw a pretty bed painted in a medium dusty gray that actually made me want to go home and paint something gray instead of my usual white.
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Thanks for dropping by!