15 Chic DIY Projects Inspired By Pottery Barn That Cost Way Less

Are you on the mailing list of the most popular furniture stores such as Pottery Barn? You probably notice all of their amazing new products as soon as they get them out but if you were to buy all of the little dressers, console tables and headboards that you like in their catalogs, how long will your paycheck last? About a minute at the most. We can’t allow you to do that, that is why we have gathered a few DIY projects that have been inspired by stuff seen at Pottery Barn but with a major difference – the price. Most of these projects are simply ideas to transform an already existing item into something that looks as if it came straight out of Pottery Barn without spending much money on materials.

Welcome to a new collection of DIY ideas in which we’d like to show you these¬†15 Chic DIY Projects Inspired By Pottery Barn That Cost Way Less.¬†Check them out below and you will also find the step by step tutorials that will instruct you how to create these Pottery Barn knock-offs at home. Remember, just because you didn’t spend half of your paycheck at the store doesn’t make them any less awesome. Enjoy!

1. transform an IKEA piece into this custom beauty inspired by a Pottery Barn media console

2. Add a console table to your entryway

3. no-sew vintage chair update

4. Pottery Barn Knockoff Coffee Table

5. recreate this beautiful glass bottle lamp

6. take your pinning into the real world with this linen pin board hack

7. moss letters are a great alternative to their pricier versions from PB

8. DIY TRAY INSPIRED BY POTTERY BARN NUMBER CANVAS

9. POTTERY BARN KNOCK OFF: PAPER TOWEL HOLDER

10. Pottery Barn and West Elm Inspired DIY Rope Chandelier

11. This pallet headboard is simpler than you’d think and a great alternative to the original

12. 3-Tiered Stand

13. Wood and canvas crates

14. POTTERY BARN INSPIRED HYANNIS LANTERN

15. Swing Shelf DIY Projects

 

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