2016 Halloween Merchandise Review: Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn is not a place I frequent simply because the prices for most things they sell are too high for me.  I just can’t justify spending $35 for a wine glass.  BUT I love the stuff they carry.  I just have to wait to get it on a very, very big discount.

So needless to say, I probably won’t get to purchase any of the Halloween decorations I’m reviewing in this post, but I hope that some of you out there with a larger disposable income might benefit.

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They really didn’t have a whole heck of a lot of stuff, but the items they did have were pretty awesome.  There was a really cool table layout they had set up.  Just look at this creepy, elegant thing:

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I just loved everything on it.  The center platter held one of my favorite items:

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The glass skull decanter was beautiful in person.  I loved it.  Sadly, it’s priced at $39.50, and without any vodka in it, I just can’t justify spending that much on it.  Maybe when it’s half off.

I also really liked the skeleton wine glasses:

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There’s also a really cool condiment set.  I didn’t get a picture of it while I was there, but you can see it here.  It’s fantastic, but again, it’s too pricy for my blood.

They also had a selection of pumpkins ranging from about $24.50 to $39.50.  I liked some of the mirrored ones they had, and the larger metallic pumpkins caught my eye as well.

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So while I actually love their merchandise, I probably won’t get to enjoy any of their items this year due to the high prices.  I could get a few things, but I’m cheap and just can’t spend that much on some of that stuff.  But I hope you are able to get something.  I’ll just be envious of your purchases.

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