Where is Pottery Barn Corporate office Headquarters

Pottery Barn Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 2100 Chestnut St, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 415-441-1787
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1949
  • Founder: Paul Secon and Morris Secon
  • Key People: Douglas A. Diemoz (Chief Financial Officer)

Pottery Barn Headquarters Location & Directions

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About Pottery Barn, History and Headquarters Information

History

Pottery Barn was founded in the year 1949. The company has been active for over 70 years now. The company was founded by Paul Secon along with his brothers as well, located in West Chelsea, Manhattan, USA. The founder of the company had discovered almost three barns of pottery from the factory of Glidden Parker, located in Alfred, New York, USA. Paul Secon, with the help of his brothers, had built up a chain of almost seven stores. Then in the year 1996, Paul Secon had sold off his share of the company. Two years later, one of his brothers named Morris, also sold off his share percentage as well, to an outsider. The new owner of the company had expanded the chain to nearly 13 stores, and then afterwards selling it to The Gap, in the year 1904.

As of the year 1986, the company was sold off to Williams Sonoma. The mail order list catalogue of the company was first published by the company in the year 1987. As of the year 2017, the company had released its first augmented reality application for iOS mobile users, that helped users to virtually place pottery barns all over their rooms and therefore save the design ideas for buying products later onwards. One of the company's sub-brands, known as PBTeen, was the first home to focus mainly on teenagers. The brand was launched in the year 2003. The first store of PBTeen was opened in the year 2009 in Georgia, the USA, which was followed by stores in Chicago and New York City, USA. PBTeen also has a sub-brand as well, known as PB Dorm, for young people who are starting their college lives. The company has also been referenced to as well, in various favourite TV shows, known as FRIENDS, The Big Bang Theory and Seinfeld. The headquarters of the company is based in 2100 Chestnut Street. The name of the place is San Francisco, while the name of the state is California, USA. The pin code of the area is 94123.

About

Pottery Barn is an American company that focuses on the designing and manufacturing of various kinds of products for home furnishing needs, for its customers, all around the world. The current CEO of the company is Douglas A Diemoz. As of the year 2015, the company has its presence in over 198 locations all around the world, including the USA, Mexico, Australia, Perto Rico, Canada, etcetera. The company is currently a subsidiary of Williams Sonoma Incorporated.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of home furnishing items, manufactured and developed by the company itself. The company also has speciality stores as well, known as Pottery Barn Kids, PB Teen and PB Dorm. The company also sells its bed and bath line products as well.

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  • Kathy says:

    I had a very bad experience at the Monterey Pottery barn. My question is: are you more interested in selling what is in your stores or getting products out? There was only one sales person who was trying to help someone which was taking a very long time. She couldn’t find the price of the products the lady was trying to purchase because there were no prices on your products and we’re also not on your website .

    Two visual people working who didn’t know about your products . I waited over 1/2 to have someone who could help I finally had a enough I asked for a manage that person know much I left.

     
  • Ellen Sheridan says:

    I will be following this up with a phone call to your corporate office.
    Very very frustrated customer here.
    Given run around, no call backs,
    Order not filled despite ordering months in advance.
    Baby due in 2 weeks crib hasn’t arrived!! Please please please contact me asap to resolve.

     
  • Mary Carroll says:

    Disappointed with customer service is an understatement! Order bookshelf on 9/3/2022. Paid for indoor delivery. Received notice to be delivered 9/30/2022. Called by delivery co. that shelf damaged, would either be repaired or replaced, and I would be contacted regarding situation. Haven’t heard a word, customer service has put me off after numerous calls, and very frustrated! And, to “add insult to injury.” The shelf is now on sale, was told by customer service rep that I couldn’t get a difference in price because I hadn’t yet taken delivery of the shelf! When I check delivery status online, the message reads refund process begun or complete. Again, customer service rep has no information on that message regarding the shelf order! You have +$600 for purchase item never delivered or refunded.

     
  • Rachel Ingenito says:

    Your customer service is awful. All I wanted to do is make a purchase and apply my $160.00
    Rewards. I was unable to apply online so I decided to call in the order after 3 different calls and long hold time they were unable to apply and told me I can call to apply after. I didn’t want to loose the sale so I placed the order.
    Called in with order # and was told it can’t be applied.
    Horrible customer service. I have never had a good experience when I call in. I shop plenty by pottery barn. I would appreciate someone getting back to me.

     
    • Lily Mc Carron says:

      I too have the exact same problem! I decided to forfeit my $60 rewards just because service is SO bad! Never again…or any store run my the same people! I’ve been filling my new house with PB! They don’t care about you! Boycott these companies!

       
  • Amber Jones says:

    Currently filing BBB and FTC complaints and contested my charge with my bank because your online customer service reps have zero reading comprehension – even when the issue seems like it’s close to being resolved – and I’ve already been on a phone call for an hour and fifteen minutes that resulted in me being disconnected with zero follow-up, and this has been over the course of 5 weeks at this point.

     
  • Kristen says:

    Ordered water bottles for my kids. Paid a ridiculous amount for them, even had their names engraved on them. My son dropped his the other day and the lid broke. Figured I could just call and get a new lid, nope. Pottery barn doesn’t offer any replacemt parts for their water bottles. Wwhhhat. So now I have to trash a perfectly good stainless steel water bottle because I can’t find a top to fit. Wonder how many of these are floating around in a landfill d/t no replacement parts being available. Way to help in saving the planet Pottery barn kids.

     
  • Edward wright says:

    How long are your gift cards good for?

     
  • Lannie says:

    I am having the worst day ever and I have been on hold 3 times at over 40 minutes each and then I get either disconnected or I help! Second guessing my 30,000 order!!!!

     
    • Lily Mc Carron says:

      It’s their practice these days. I too was decorating my new house with PB! No more! Can’t hire good people to do a simple job!!!

       
  • J. KELLY says:

    I’VE SPENT A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF TIME CHECKING ON 2 ORDERS AND SPOKE TO NUMEROUS PB CSR’S. I HAVE PURCHASED ITEMS FROM PB STORES BUT RARELY ON LINE AND NEVER FURNITURE. BIG, BIG MISTAKE! NOT SURE OF THE OUTCOME AS STILL NO RESPONSE. EMAIL REPLY SAID WOULD GET TO ME IN THE ORDER RECEIVED….YIKES. THAT COULD BE WEEKS.

    I’m frustrated with the overall service, or lack there of, along with the poor follow up that was indicated by numerous PB associates. Without writing an epistle, I will try and break this down. My only concern is the correct products and on a timely basis.

    2 Orders both ordered 6/12/2022:

    1) Order # 321633244504 – 2 items in this order, teak side table and teak ottoman/cushion. Received the side table within days, no problem. The ottoman has been another matter. I checked on a couple of times. The last lame response I received… “they are making each cushion individually so that’s why taking so long”. We all know that PB or their vendor is NOT going to custom sew each cushion to order on a small ottoman as they receive. I’m quite sure there is a small stock pile even with supply -chain and personnel issues. After, that received tracking that the order is coming….guessing because of my persistent inquiries….FINALLY, I receive my order Friday and lo and behold….it’s only the cushion, No ottoman! I’m pretty frustrated at that point. After well over a hour on the phone with your CSR, Natasha, which by the way, was pleasant and trying to be very helpful, we elevate to Tabitha (supposedly a supervisor) on the call. She did acknowledge the website was wrong and PB would be correcting regarding the description. However, No one can seem to locate how to find the vendor as I don’t want just a cushion, I want BOTH. Why would your website indicate an item but the main component is “not available” which the website did NOT indicate and if that is the case, do you not have inventory control that would show in a retail store?? Tabitha says she is going to elevate to next level and assured me that I will hear from corporate or her with 48 hours. I requested her contact info and she said would send me an email at the end of call. It is now Monday a.m. and no contact. I realize her timeframe was business hours but, since she did not send me her contact info, I don’t know if she even “elevated or did anything”.

    2) Order # 321633844188 – One item on this order. Since it was coming from California by horse and buggy, it was going to take 3+ weeks. I checked tracking and was set up with a delivery appointment of 8/15 but no one ever contacted me. I did inquire why was the shipping/handling so high as my husband purchased on his card and did not realize the added cost. I never really received a viable answer but indicated this was “white glove” and PB would deliver and assemble for me. At this point, I went with it since the ottoman order has been a pain, the order delay on this item seemed somewhat minor.

    The delivery time on this has changed a couple of times last time on tracking website to 8/15. I inquired with your shipping/appt scheduling if there was any way to deliver earlier. I was advised it was an outdoor coffee table and didn’t really need assembly as that seemed to be the scheduling delay. This CSR advised there was no assembly and was just a drop off. So, 3 times I was told there was a special PB service and PB would assemble when, in fact, this is just a drop off. This CSR advised I would be notified in “2 hours” If they could change the delivery date. Never heard a a word! I checked and now as of this a.m., 8/3 the new schedule, again, no contact with me at all!

    When I started this email, I was trying to make it “simple” and “direct” since this is how I typically handle business and confrontation but I have to tell you this experience has been the worst I have experienced with online ordering and believe me, I have ordered many things especially since Covid.

    BOTTOM LINE – I would appreciate someone, with good business sense, locate an ottoman and forward the frame so I will have somewhere to place the cushion that I would never have ordered it the website was correct AND I receive my coffee table as promised no later that’s 8/3.

     
  • Terri Myers says:

    I have been trying to reach someone in corporate since I’ve not had any satisfaction from customer service. I have been a huge customer for years but not anymore. Can’t reach anyone to get my issue solved so I won’t be a customer anymore

     
  • Lynette says:

    I am soooooooo glad I read about the horrific problems receiving orders and the total lack of customer service BEFORE I placed a substantial order with Pottery Barn. Thank you to everyone who shared their experiences. It is most helpful to know not to purchase from this ineptly managed company.

     
  • Susan says:

    Pottery Barn cancelled my order without even notifying me. The only way I found out my order was cancelled was because I was trying to see if the shipping date had been narrowed down at all.

    Customer service was no help.
    They just kept saying the editing department cancelled it. I asked to be connected to them only to be told they contact me, to which they never did.
    No phone call, no email, no explanation.
    The shipping and billing address were different but had they checked the name for both were the same. This furniture was for a second home we purchased in Florida.

     
  • Linda says:

    I ordered a simply white serving platter on 4-11-22. A month later I called and they said it would arrive the first week of June 2022. We it’s now the second week of June and no platter. I went on line to check the status and now it says out of stock and that it would be babk ordered. What happened to the first week of June when I called and they said it’s in transit and expected to arrive then. I am so upset with the constant run around. My suggestion don’t order from Pottery Barn unless you want your order a year from now

     
  • Ava says:

    DO NOT ORDER FROM POTTERY BARN OR ANY AFFILIATE!!! I REPEAT DO NOT DO IT!!!

    Warning: we ordered a couch and two arm chairs custom made in early September with an expected delivery date November. The order ran us more than 5000$$. Since then, the delivery date has been pushed forward countless times. Every time I speak to a rep I receive false information and promises about my order. No one can seem to tell me where this order is and my calls end up going nowhere. I have called at least twenty times and pottery barn has not even attempted to make the situation right or even provide me with an ounce of meaningful information about where our items are. One rep said the items were at a distribution center but this might be false information.

    At this point, I am moving forward with filing a claim with the federal trade commission and the relevant state authorities. I recommend that everyone who is experiencing similar fraud do the same.

     
  • Anthony Manzo says:

    Ordered 2 night stands and a dresser (White glove delivery) All 3 pieces came very damaged, I spoke to manager who put in for reorder. No reorder was ever issued! Received email that delivery for reorder was going to come on May 24th no delivery showed up. Called customer service for the past 3 days spent 3-4 hours each day on phone dealing with customer service reps who did not put in reorder and lied in the notes stating I was keeping damaged furniture. Pottery Barn is NOT a loyal company and I want there damaged furniture to be picked and I want a full refund. I will now send this the Better Business Bureau.

     
  • D Dawson says:

    I ordered 2 items. At the time of the order, I was provided a ship date that was not accurate and when I received confirmation of the order was provided a final ship date 3months later than needed. I immediately tried to cancel the order. I also contacted customer service and they shared that a cancellation was not possible. None of this info was presented prior to ordering. I am extremely upset about this policy and the lack of ability to cancel the order. My next step is to contact the Better Business Bureau. I will share this lack of clarification of order status with everyone that I know and will no longer be a Potterybarn customer. I request a response from corporate to make this situation right.

     
  • Shirri cirino says:

    Order #320992540114. I need this vanity promptly…it has been “stuck” since end of April. Please respond to email asap with expedited shipping date. Bren was able to be of the utmost help several years ago on a previous remodel. Shirri cirino 9202795895

     
  • Gina Sheridan says:

    I purchased a slip covered Townsend sofa in January of 2020 and received it in June of 2020 . The sofa fabric started pilling a few months after using it. I contacted customer service and was told to send photos . I did and received no reply . Worse than this , about 1 year after owning the sofa, it started creaking every time someone sat down on it, got up from sitting, or even just adjusted positions. It is embarrassing when family or friends sit on it and it creaks. I am a 56 year old and weigh 125 pounds – the sofa does not get that much use . I called customer service and was told their warranty was only 1 year on the frame ! They gave me the name of a furniture repair company , who has a 1 star rating online , and told me I would have to pay for a repair . I asked to escalate it and was told I would receive a call within 24 hours and – you guessed it – no call. I’m going to try to go straight to the corporate offices . It is UNACCEPTABLE that a sofa lasts only 1 year . I had my last slip covered sofa from Macy’s for over 20 years . I raised 3 children on that one and washed the covers dozens of times and had zero problems. I wish I had not gotten rid of it- preferred that 20 year old sofa over Pottery Barn’s 2 year old one. I am not sure if I received a lemon during covid manufacturing times or what , but regardless , they should provide a fix. I will never step foot in a pottery barn store again . I am looking at Homemakers for a sofa as there is no Macy’s near me now , They provide 10-15 year warranties on many of their frames . Shame on you Pottery Barn .

     
  • Connie says:

    I placed an order in January 2020, Pottery Barn charged my card in July 2021. They have my money but here it is 16 months later and I still haven’t received my order. The order status is changed weekly to show delivery the following week. How can a company charge for products they aren’t able to deliver? Customer service is a joke. Every time I call, they promise a supervisor will call me back. There is no response to e-mails sent to customer service.

     
  • Lenora Fleming says:

    Been trying to get my furniture delivered for a month now. Due to internal mistake, my $18k order was shipped to the wrong hub (LAK) address and needs to be transferred to the ATL hub, in order for them to deliver to my Florida address. Funny, as the furniture is sitting in Lakeland Florida!! No one can tell me when it will be delivered as they seem to not want to take ownership of the problem. This issue is costing me rental income every week it’s delayed and Pottery Barn doesn’t care! Mangers won’t call you back either, nor will B2B support team, or the concierge department.

     
  • susie bowden says:

    I HAVE HAD PROBLEMS WITH MY PEARCE SECTIONAL CUSHIONS. THEY SINK IN THE MIDDLE AND ARE NOT COMFORTABLE. I’M 5’4 AND WEIGH 120LBS. SO IT IS NOT MY WEIGHT. MY COUCH IS ONLY 2 YEARS OLD. COME ON POTTERY BARN AND STEP UP TO THE PLATE AND DO WHAT IS RIGHT.

     
  • VA says:

    Pottery Barn does not own up to or take responsibility when an issue of an order is their fault. Misleading delivery dates, misinformation, policies that are asinine and seem to be made up to get customers off the phone. Items made overseas “cannot be canceled” until the vendor responds to an email sent by pottery barn to verify they have not started the item. I find it hard to believe that pottery barn’s only means of communicating with their vendor is via email – I was told this over the phone. 2022 and they only communicate with a major part of their business via email? Then told we had to have made the cancellation within 72 hours. Oh ok, my request was made within the 72 hour window – but guess what, the response I got was that it’s not an exact 72 hours. This is unacceptable. Is there anyone in the entire company that can actually ensure that this matter is taken care of? I would have never made the order if I knew the items were on back order, you’re not told it’s on back order until after check out. I don’t accept this, common sense tells me this is a poor way of doing business & “policy”or not – something can be done. No one there cares enough to make it right.
    Pottery Barn

     
  • Sylvia Don Carlos says:

    I too am writing to inform the public ordering from Pottery Barn is a RISK. I am awaiting a sofa which was ordered in August and should be delivered by Dec. 10, 2021. At this point it doesn’t appear as though the custom build has even been started according to the tracking map provided on the order. The map states: Custom Build Scheduled and the next icon after that is Custom Build In Progress. My order is remains on Scheduled only.
    I contacted customer service which was a waste of time. I told customer service in an email I expected them to find out if the build has started, no reply.

    Then I contacted the designer and instructed her to call the manufacturer – she sent an email informing me Premier Retail would call me within 24-48 hours. I asked the designer to call and inquire as to whether or not the build has started. The designer too didn’t follow through in what I asked of Pottery Barn. It’s currently 28 hours and I haven’t received a call from Premier Retail, I don’t anticipate I will receive one at all. With that being said, Pottery Barn may cancel my order, as I will dispute the $2400.00 + expense on my credit card.

     
  • Grace Kiernan says:

    I am finally writing to tell ALL that ordering anything from Pottery Barn is a huge mistake. I spent $7000+ and regret every purchase I made. Please please please learn from my experiences. My nightmare began in January 2021 and stills haunts me eleven months later!
    A brief summary of order details:
    * 3 lamp shades (2 damaged, used and contained “return” reason from past customer)
    * All delivery dates 3-8 months delayed
    * 1 Queen bed ordered (2 delivered)
    * 2 Counter stools ordered (2 barstools delivered instead)
    * Sofa delivered (5 months later with NO LEGS, ill fitting cushions, wrinkled fabric)
    * Armchair delivered (6 months later…seat cushion cracks in half. Have had to place two wood planks under cushion so as to not feel springs)
    * Tapered legs finally delivered to raise sofa off floor (2 months later)
    * Replacement couch delivered (3 months after 1st sofa)

    Please understand that this happened to one customer. Can you imagine what others have gone through? You cannot make this up. I spared you the unpleasantness of customer service and/or phone calls that had to be made. My bill was paid in full almost immediately with no recourse in trying to ask for rewards $ to be credited. I will never order from PB again!

     
  • Larry Brooks says:

    Pottery Barn has to be one of the worst companies in the United States. Let me explain. A few months ago my oldest grandchild bought their first house. As a housewarming gift I agreed to let her select a dining room suit. Unfortunately, she wanted one she saw at Pottery Barn at a cost of $3,400.00 (which included $400.00 delivery fee). I made the transaction which was months ago. Since then, the dining room suit has been delivered pieces at the time over these months. The crowning blow was when my granddaughter called and told me that four legs were delivered yesterday but there was no table top. What the hell is going on? She spent several hours on the phone and as far as we can figure, no one is really sure when the remaining furniture pieces will be delivered. Had we known this up front we would not have had any dealings with Pottery Barn. I’m sure we won’t hurt your business but we can certainly tell everyone we know not to shop at Pottery Barn.

     
  • Lori says:

    I am offended that pottery barn wants it’s customers to donate for the children. Feed the children. How much more can you get political from nancy pilosi’s bandwagon?
    Close the border and I will happily donate to children’s lunch program for “ legal” American children.

     
  • L. Brewer says:

    Screwed billing!! Spouse bought $1,200 furniture and paid to Pottery Barn address. PB claimed bill not received. (COVID excuse: changed billing address. Huh?) So someone corrected by crediting money back. So then PB bills again with penalty!! SS PB Titanic! Anyone at helm?

     
  • Holly Mighdoll says:

    This the very worst customer service in history. You can never speak to the same person twice.No one ever knows whats going on. Continuously transferred to the wrong departments, many many promises to call you back that never happen. There aren’t enough words to say the bad things about pottery barn that need to be said. In addition, the furniture is NOT worth the price. Made in China and poor quality to say the least.

     
  • Sally Berlin says:

    I am very, very unhappy customer. I have been waiting for a new cushions for my 7 month old $5K couch. I am ready to explode with the customer service I have NOT been receiving. My phone is 203-496-2438.

    I expected a response ASAP, I am soooooooooooooooo unhappy. Here is my order details below.

    Williams Sonoma Inc / PB / 082268920982 / BERLIN, SALLY

    Sally Berlin

     
  • Kathleen Taylor says:

    I am an author/ illustrator and wanted to know if you use would books in your advertising and or how to be considered for your Summer Reading Challenge?

     
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