Pottery Barn is releasing a Friends-inspired collection
Pottery Barn is releasing a Friends-inspired collection

Pottery Barn is releasing a Friends-inspired collection

Collection will be available 30 July 

Chelsea Ritschel
New York
Saturday 13 July 2019 21:33

Pottery Barn is releasing a new collection inspired by Friends to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the beloved sitcom.

The brand, which was famously featured in the show when Rachel purchased a Pottery Barn coffee table and attempted to pass it off as antique to Phoebe, will release the line of 14 Friends-inspired items, including furniture, accessories and tabletop items, in late July.

The PB apothecary table, which episode “The One with the Apothecary Table” is named for, will be part of the collection.

Unfortunately, it is not currently clear if the other PB pieces featured in the episode, including the lamp, the “Colonial bird merchants” bird cage, or the room divider will be available for purchase.

Although images of the full line have not been released yet, the first promo image shows a throw pillow with the Friends logo, a Central Perk mug, and a mug emblazoned with the iconic line: “Joey doesn’t share food.”

According to PopSugar, the collection will range in price from $13 (£10) to $1,099 (£874).

On social media, news of the limited-edition collection has been met with excitement, especially as Friends is set to leave Netflix in 2020.

“Omg this is the best news I’ve heard all day,” one person wrote on Twitter.

Another said: “I hope my husband doesn’t mind that I will soon be spending ALL OF OUR MONEY on this collection.”

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The collection will be available to shop on 30 July, ahead of the 25th anniversary of the sitcom in September.

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