Pottery Barn rolls out bed and bath concept

Duff, Mike
December 2006
Retailing Today;12/11/2006, Vol. 45 Issue 22, p6
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the change of the business format Pottery Barn Bed and Bath in the U.S. The company wants respond to the retail environment trend for home fashions and fixtures. They have opened retail store outlets in New York, Florida and Oregon that offer to customers the retail store experience of high quality linens and extensive line of bathroom fixtures.


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