DIY Great $5 Blanket Ladder
The blanket ladders here are about $200 if you buy it at the Pottery Barn but you only need $5 to make this one. It is a great blanket ladder and it is the real money-saver too. The project is so easy to make and once you have completed the project, you can highlight your bathroom with this ladder. You can do this project in just an hour.
DIY $40 Farmhouse Coffee Table
Farmhouse furniture and decor are always incredible that you will love to add this one, especially if you DIY. Having your DIY farmhouse furniture is more than just to save hundred of dollars. Eventually, the design of coffee table you made can be the same as one of the Pottery Barn catalog without spending too much money. Indeed, you will spend hundreds dollar to buy one at the Pottery Barn, but the DIY allows you to have the same thing for about $40. This table is so beautiful and easier to make than you think.
DIY Chelsea Nightstands From Television Trays
The Chelsea nightstands at the Pottery Barn are the best seller but the cost is expensive. In fact, you can make it as your DIY project by using a couple of wooden television trays. The project is so easy that you only need to paint them in white just like the Pottery Barn catalog. Otherwise, you can choose the best color that can fit your bedroom decor.
DIY Inexpensive Moss Letters
We have to admit that the moss letters at the Pottery Barn are so lovely. If you do not mind to get it for $80, you can go for that. But, if you think that you would like to save some money, it is great to make a DIY project. In fact, you can make an inexpensive DIY moss letters by spending less than $5 for each. After that, you can use the letters to decorate any room to give a fresh natural touch.
DIY Lovely Rope Chandelier
This is a good rope project to add to your home. The rope chandelier adds dramatic look to any space. You can do this to complete your dining room, as well. If you buy it at the Pottery Barn, you need to pay for hundreds of dollars. But, if you make it as your DIY project, you only need about $20. It depends on the main supply, like the old chandelier you have on your hands. If you have no old chandelier, then you need to spend more by heading to the thrift stores. This project is so simple that you can even finish it for several hours.
DIY Beautiful Headboard And Frame
The owner made this tufted headboard instead of buying it from the Pottery Barn. He made this DIY headboard and frame just like the one from the Pottery Barn catalog. This project will never break your banks. It is so easy that gives a beautiful look to your room.
DIY Beautiful Writing Desk Pottery Barn
I love a good writing desk and the Sicily from Pottery Barn is one of my favorites. It has such a beautiful look and it fits in perfectly with any décor. Of course, it’s not cheap, which is why I really love this DIY version. You can make this Pottery Barn Sicily desk knockoff in an afternoon and it costs just a fraction of what you’ll pay in the store.
DIY Gorgeous Mirror Knockoff Pottery Barn
This is a cool mirror that makes you need to spend nearly $700 if you buy it at Pottery Barn. But, if you make it as your DIY project, you only go to the Dollar Store and buy the supplies for less than $100. That can help you save a lot of money. It is a gorgeous mirror that can be a nice addition to your bathroom and any room to hang.
DIY Round Jute Placemats Pottery Barn
We love these gorgeous placemats but the cost is expensive at the Pottery Barn. On the other hand, you cannot save some dollars if you make it at home as your DIY project. To start, you will need a roll of jute as well as hot glue gun to create beautiful placemats. Best of all, the process is easy and fun.
Amazing DIY Letters With Fabric Cover
At the Pottery Barn, you can find some amazing letters with fabric as the cover to personalize any room in your home. Even if the design is so incredible, you may think twice because the price tag is quite high. The case is so different if you take it as your DIY projects. Simply, pick up the letters at the Dollar Store for a couple of dollars. Alternatively, go to the local Dollar Store or craft stores. Once you have the letters, you need fabric to cover them and glue them in place.