If you’ve ever sat around with your five best friends, in your impossibly large apartment, in one of Manhattan’s priciest neighborhoods, in the middle of the day when you all supposedly have jobs and thought, “Man, we sure could use something to put our coffees on!” prepare to make like Chandler Bing and BE amazed.
Nearly 20 years after Rachel tricked a chain furniture store-averse Phoebe into decorating their apartment in Pottery Barn furniture on “Friends,” the actual store released a line of furniture and memorabilia inspired by the hit series ahead of the show’s 25th anniversary in September.
In the Season 6 episode, Rachel buys the table, and when she finds out about Phoebe’s exceptional distaste for the store, tells her it is from flea market originating back to “the days of yore.”
You can even pretend you’re back in time ― at least to the year 2000 ― when you use it. According to the Pottery Barn site, it replicated the table “down to the last detail,” including drawers made to fit CDs.
Unfortunately, you won’t be given the “old-time” style pricing Rachel claimed to have gotten on the piece ― but at around $1,100 it’s still more reasonable than a supposed two-bedroom, rent-controlled apartment in Manhattan’s West Village.
Head to Pottery Barn to purchase.
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