Pottery Barn Is Releasing a 'Friends' Collection and We Suddenly Need an Apothecary Table

The limited edition will hit stores and online on July 30.

Pottery Barn 'Friends' Collection - “The One With the Apothecary Table”
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  • Pottery Barn is releasing a Friends-inspired collection to celebrate the show's 25th anniversary.
  • Fans can recall the retailer as part of "The One With the Apothecary Table" episode.
  • The collection will hit stores and online on July 30 with a dozen products.

    Since premiering 25 years ago, Friends has captured the hearts of millions and now, loyal fans of the sitcom can bring a piece of the iconic show into their own homes—without needing to stop by the flea market. Pottery Barn is making dreams come true with a Friends-inspired collection, set to launch on July 30, and we couldn’t be more excited.

    “The Pottery Barn x Friends Collection encompasses fun tabletop, decorative accessories and furniture for the ultimate Friends-lover,” the retailer told House Beautiful. Sure, Phoebe Buffay needed time to warm up to Pottery Barn, but after she did, the eccentric member of the group had to have everything from the catalogue.

    Before the ‘90s show leaves Netflix in 2020, viewers can rewatch “The One With the Apothecary Table” episode while admiring their own apothecary table that may or may not have been shipped from the White Plains store. The new collection will include a dozen products starting at $12.50 and will be available online at PotteryBarn.com and in stores nationwide.

    But if July 30 seems too far off in the distance, you can enter Pottery Barn's contest right now for a chance to win a Friends-themed vacation in Los Angeles. The winner and their plus-one will enjoy paid airfare and hotel, admission to Warner Bros.'s deluxe studio tour to take pictures on the Friends set, along with a $1,000 Pottery Barn shopping spree.

    As we countdown to the Friends-collection release, the only thing left to do is start practicing some restraint or else find ourselves creating our own Pottery Barn display in the living room, like Rachel Green famously did.

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