If there’s one guilty pleasure I can’t get enough of, it’s browsing through Pottery Barn’s latest catalog or the online store. Never mind the fact that a lot of the things in there cost almost as much as a mortgage payment. It’s still fun to gather inspiration and dream about decking my home full of Pottery Barn when we win the lottery.
Of course, I’m not patient enough to wait nearly that long, and let’s face it, there are SO many other fun things to spend lottery winnings on, right? 😉 So that’s where I turn to my inner DIYer and say, wait a minute, we can easily make some of these things for a fraction of the cost! After all, having a beautiful home shouldn’t cost more than the home itself!
If you’re also a Pottery Barn lover on a tight budget, there is hope for us yet! I’ve gathered some of the most beautiful Pottery Barn knock-offs right here for you to try. They’re all pretty simple and include full tutorials so you can easily follow the directions and make them yourself!
Gorgeous DIY Pottery Barn Knock-Offs
DIY Flag Wall Art by Hymns and Verses
Love Letter Lamp by The Shabby Creek Cottage
DIY Numbered Buckets by Duke Manor Farm
Distressed Wood Shelf by Addicted 2 DIY
Book Page Scrolls by Setting for Four
Burlap Table Runner by Ella Claire Inspired
Faux Coral by Setting for Four
DIY Pinboard by The Home I Create
Star Wreath by Addicted 2 DIY
Painted Number Canvas by AKA Design
Affordable DIY Artwork by Postcards from the Ridge
Candles and Holders by The Country Chic Cottage
Large Rustic Clock by My Repurposed Life
Seashell Wreath by Addicted 2 DIY
Crooked Frame Display by The Shabby Creek Cottage
Chalkboard Tins by The Country Chic Cottage
So what do you say, are you ready to give your home a budget-friendly Pottery Barn makeover? Not only will these seriously up your home decor game, but you’ll be able to tell everyone you made them yourself. I mean how many people do you know who make their own home decor?
Let me know in the comments if you’ll be trying out any of these Pottery Barn knock-offs for yourself. There are just so many good ones, it’s hard to choose! And if you enjoyed this post, you’ll love my newsletter. Sign up below for weekly craft, DIY, and home projects and tips!