DIY Pottery Barn Knockoffs That You Will Want to Create

I always have so much fun when readers email me saying they have used one of my tutorials to make their own version of a project I have done.

When Beth sent me her version of the Knock Off Pottery Barn Clock I made, I asked if I could show you guys too. :-)

Isn't that fun?  I love it against her brick red wall.

Here is the one I made and the full Pottery Barn Clock tutorial if you want to make one of your own.  Honestly, it's not hard!  

You can also check out my post of tips on how to decorate the top of all your cabinets and hutches.

Here are some more AMAZING and inspirational Pottery Barn Knockoffs that have inspired me (and hopefully you too!) 

Alicia from Thrifty and Chic made these adorable canvas and wood Pottery Barn Knock off baskets.

Perfect for additional storage under your console table!

Diane from In My Own Style created her own Pottery Barn Knock off paper towel holder with old wooden utensils  and then spray painted the entire piece.  My favorite color of spray paint to use is Krylon's Oil Rubbed Bronze.  You could also change up the entire look of this piece by using a bright red and then distressing it with sandpaper.  There are so many ways to make this piece special to fit your own home decor.

This next Pottery Barn Knockoff has been a favorite of mine for years!  Gina from The Shabby Creek Cottage took a brown wooden thrift store lamp ($7 bucks) and spray painted it white.  Next she painted on a French font that she had traced onto the shade.  

I had a lot of fun running across this coffee table as Korrie used the same pottery barn knockoff clock I used as her inspiration.  

Once again, a fun thrift store find (8 bucks!)

And the fun AFTER!

Red Hen Home

Which one was your favorite?  Ready to go thrift store shopping? :-)

Like always, my hope is to inspire you to have fun with your home decor.  Getting inspiration from stores like Pottery Barn, West Elm or Ballard Designs is a great way to figure out what your OWN style is.  Trying to re-create a piece from them is very rewarding and your pocket book will thank you!!


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