Willy Wonka's chocolate factory.
Santa's toy workshop at the North Pole.
The Pottery Barn outlet store.
I'm not sure about you, but gorgeous furniture and home decor being sold at a discount is totally up my alley. Especially when it's set up warehouse style with aisles and aisles and aisles for me to walk around, drooling. And, lucky me, I got to visit the north Georgia outlets over the weekend and entered the dream land some like to call the Pottery Barn store. Check out some of the goods I found along the PB aisles (pardon the not-so-hot iPhone pics)!
Those blue pillows asked if they could come live on my sofa.
Faux braided lampshade? Suhweet.
I love lamp. Like, a lot.
I can just see this covered in something bright and floral....
She realllly wanted to come home to my office!
But even at half price, she was $350ish, a bit over the budget.
My dining room table has a crush on this chair.
One of each, puhlease.
Too. Adorable. For. Words.
This could be fabulous in someone's bathroom reno.
Did I say I only love white bedding? I lied.
Oh hey, multi-colored frames. Jump into my shopping cart. Now!
$30. Enough said.
I also dropped by the Restoration Harware outlet. This store is more about browsing, as it's not exactly my style. Okay, who are we kidding? It is my style, I just can't afford it. Even at the discount price, re-dic. But I did wander around and marvel at all of the large statement pieces RH has to offer.
Guess what? You won't believe this, but I actually left both stores empty handed! It might have had something to do with the fact that I was in a hurry or maybe nothing just struck my fancy (I'm one of those buyers who sits on a purchase for a few days, then goes back). But it's true. Now I can't say the same thing for the Kate Spade, J Crew and Banana Republic stores.... ; )
Have you visited any home decor outlets lately?