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The Furnishing Store Pottery Barn Pays a Very Nostalgic Tribute to the Classic Sitcom Friends

It has been fifteen years since the American television sitcom Friends last aired, but fans obviously still can’t get enough of Rachel and friends’ comedic and romantic adventures. Thanks to the streaming service Netflix, we can relive all of our favorite episodes at any time of the day.

Pottery Barn’s Friends-Inspired Furniture Line

For the show’s 25th anniversary, Pottery Barn is releasing a collection of Friends-Inspired memorabilia

But, if replaying the show isn’t enough for the nostalgia to go away, this interior design company can now help you walk down the memory lane by releasing a Friends-inspired furniture line. The furnishing store chain Pottery Barn will debut a variety of furniture items, accessories, and tabletops to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the National Broadcasting Company’s classic sitcom, Friends.

Starting with the mugs from Rachel’s best-loved café, Central Perk, the company will also create a replica of the character’s iconic apothecary table. The show featured the legendary furniture on The One With the Apothecary Table episode during the show’s sixth season.

 The Apothecary Table

Pottery Barn will replicate Rachel’s apothecary table and other iconic items from the show

Rachel Green bought an apothecary table from Phoebe’s most-hated furniture store. To avoid triggering Phoebe, Rachel told her that it’s an antique piece from the ancient times. Little did she know that things will get hilariously tangled from simply hiding the fact that she purchased it from Pottery Barn.

The company didn’t reveal the price tag for the items yet, but the collection of Joey, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Phoebe, and Ross’ commodities, will be available for sale on July 30, 2019. Aside from Pottery Barn, the world’s largest furniture retailer IKEA replicated the show’s emblematic living room.

Walk Down the Memory Lane

Courteney Cox revisited Monica Geller’s apartment in New York

Later this year, Courteney Cox blessed the fan’s Instagram feed as she revisited her character’s old apartment. Cox portrayed the role of Monica Geller, who lived in the corner of Grove Street in the West Village of New York. In the sentimental video clip, Cox kissed the fans goodnight and told them that she’s going home as she walked towards the building. She even used the show’s background music when transitioning scenes to complete the nostalgic feeling.

Ellen DeGeneres just recently convinced the actress to join Instagram during her guesting on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She was there to promote 9 Months with Courteney Cox, and Ellen’s team surprised the actress by recreating the Friends’ set and an unexpected appearance of her former colleague Lisa Kudrow.

There Will Be No Reunion

Created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, the show lasted ten successful seasons. Despite the fans’ hints of wanting a revival or a reunion, Kauffman said they don’t see any good reason to do so. It’s easy to gather all the six actors together, but a reunion could only ruin the show’s beautiful memory.

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