Thursday, September 22, 2011

Pottery Barn Free Class

Thanks for yall's help on the dress for this weekend.  I'm thinking option A it is! :) 

After the complimentary Pottery Barn design class I went to over the weekend, I was surfing their website to learn more about their free Design Services.  They have ideas for any kind of themed party you can imagine.  Click here.  It gives you ideas for holiday parties, bachelorette parties, movie night, you name it!  Who knew?!

They also have Decorating Advice and info on their design services in that same link.

Here is the link that shows when the free classes are in store.  There is another one coming up this Sunday.  All you have to do it call your local store to sign up.  The best part is when the class is over and the mall still hasn't opened yet so only a few of you have free reign to shop in the store.  And you get the full attention of the employees. 

I gave the lady a description of my den area and coffee table and how I wanted to pep it up.  I ended up with a couple different sizes of these Glass Display Pillar Holders

The thing I like best about these is you can put whatever you want in the bottom below the candle.  They demonstrated with moss in it.  I put acorns and fake leaves in one of mine and mini pumpkins in the other.  Come Christmas I'll probably layer some fake snow and cranberries.  These are also going to be great for another home one day.  They can be used anywhere in a home so I love their versatility.  Best part - they are super reasonable.  (And I had a gift card!)

Anyway, I just thought I'd share some fun ideas from Pottery Barn.  All my own opinion and they didn't ask me to do this! ;)  Believe me, they don't want my decorating advice!  I'm terrible.  Mama to the rescue!

7 comments:

April of A. Liz Adventures said...

I think it would be so much fun to take one of those classes. If you ever want to take another with a partner in crime, I am in!

I hadn't seen those glass pillar holders before but I am in love with them and all the possibilities they have.

Jess said...

Annie, I love it! You are so crafty and I love that you can change up the bottoms with different things. Adorable.

Jess said...

Annie, I love it! You are so crafty and I love that you can change up the bottoms with different things. Adorable.

Hannah said...

I am super jealous you got to attend on of those classes. I think it would be something that I would really enjoy. Beautiful pillar holders! I bet you will use them a lot.

Melissa said...

I love those glass pillars!!

Fashion Meets Food said...

I would love to be able to take one of their classes. The closest store to me is an hour away which is a complete bummer.

xo

Sundresses and Smiles said...

HOW FUN! I am checking out their website now to find a class!