Pottery Barn to open first West Coast outlet store at Tejon mall

Pottery Barn is opening its only outlet store west of Texas in the Outlets at Tejon, a 320,000-square-foot center north of the Grapevine set to begin operating in August .

The 12,397-square-foot unit will be Pottery Barn’s ninth outlet store in the United States.

Pottery Barn had 193 standard stores as of Oct. 28. The chain is owned by Williams-Sonoma Inc. of San Francisco, which also runs an eponymous chain as well as the West Elm home furnishings business.

In the third quarter, Pottery Barn same-store sales rose 8.4%, smaller than the 11.1% increase it saw during the same quarter in 2012.

The store will join more than 70 other brands, including H&M, Coach, Gap, Banana Republic and Calvin Klein, at the Tejon outlets.

The $90-million shopping destination sits at the junction of the I-5 and Highway 99, 30 miles south of Bakersfield.


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