I thought it was a good time to share a nice collection of the Best Farmhouse Kitchen Pottery Barn Knock-Offs. A little something for your walls, an iPad Holder for when you are cooking those scrumptious meal, some amazing Kitchen Islands and so much more. Each one comes with a wonderful tutorial, just click on the blog name and it will take you there. Treat your Farmhouse Kitchen to a little something special! Have fun creating!
If you have an iPad and a Farmhouse Kitchen…then you need to make yourself one of these iPad Display’s! The girls over at Shanty 2 Chic have a great tutorial waiting for you so you can make your own. Don’t delay…make one this weekend…you will be so glad you did!
The Wood Grain Cottage is sharing a fabulous Farmhouse Pottery Barn Inspired Staple and that is…DIY Stockage Fruit Crates! Who doesn’t love the look and the storage convenience of these crates. Her tutorial will have you organized in no time…a great weekend project because you will be done and they will be filled by the end of the weekend. The perfect home for your fresh produce like tomatoes, potatoes, garlic and more! So many possibilities!!! Drop by and totally enjoy!
Angie over at The Country Chic Cottage saw a Canister in her Thrift Shop and WOW did she transform it into a Pottery Barn Inspired piece that is pretty amazing. You will see why I say it is amazing when you see the before and the actual Pottery Barn piece! You can use her technique on just about any piece you find or buy…so keep this in the back of your mind when you see certain things in the Thrift Shop or any Store. It’s a great Farmhouse Look that you can have for a fraction of the price.
This DIY Cutting Board Wall Art created by Jamie over at Anderson + Grant is one of my favorite Pottery Barn Knock-Offs ever and I mean EVER. What kitchen wouldn’t want this hanging in it? I mean really! The best thing is is that you can make it yourself…you can customized with color…paint treatment and much more. It’s quick…easy and simply fabulous. Come on over and Jamie will give you the tutorial. Don’t wait to find Thrift Store Cutting Boards… search at Homegoods… Dollar Stores… you can even make a pattern and cut your own! The letters are always available in your favorite Craft Stores or of course if you are handy with the saw… you can cut them!
I have featured this wonderful Pottery Barn Inspired DIY before and I have to include it in the Best Farmhouse Kitchen Knock-Off Collection for sure! A basket like this is gold in a Kitchen. You can store all kinds of things and roll them your way when you need them. You can fill it with produce and much more. Tanya over at Twelve O Eight is going to show you this quick and easy DIY…really it is just so simple but packs a real Farmhouse Punch : ) Keep your eyes peeled for a perfect basket…get some casters …let Tanya show you how to put it together and you will have one great piece for your home. I think we all need more than one of these! One for the Family Room…for the Kids Room… The Kitchen…The Living Room (great for firewood)…LOVE IT
Is your kitchen crying out for a new island? Do you love the Pottery Barn look? Do you love to DIY? Well then it is time to hop on over to Remodelaholic where you will find the detailed plans on how to build this fabulous Farmhouse Style Island. You just might be chopping your veggies on it really soon!
We all have our eyes on those fabulous Metal Letters at Pottery Barn but of course they come with a hefty price tag…Medina from Grillo Designs is going to show you how to make Faux Metal Letters that will satisfy your Farmhouse Flair!
You are going to find an amazing plan to build this Pottery Barn Inspired Mug Rack over at Sawdust 2 Stitches. This is a spot-on knock-off…it looks like it walked out the front door of Pottery Barn! Drop by and snatch up the DIY! This is a piece you will treasure forever.
Jen over at City Farmhouse has a simple but fabulous Pottery Barn Inspired Project…Round Jute Place-mats that will make any table picture perfect. All you need is an hour and a few supplies and these beauties will be on your table tonight!
Ikea…These are the KNAGGLIG crates that premiered back in August of 2015…and this shows what they can look like when they get a paint job or should I say paint treatment. You can use any paint…stains or combination treatment you would like to achieve the perfect look for your home! There is so much you can do with these in your Kitchen. Great for produce… awesome to store pots and pans and all kinds of Kitchen Stuff. I think they would be so cool standing on their side filled with Cookbooks. I think I need a truck load of these!
When you visit Proverb Girl 31 you are going to do a little math…5 $15 IKEA Shelves PLUS $50 of Lumber =’s an AMAZING Shelving Unit that would have cost over $600 in the store…so you have to hop on over there to see how it was done and how easily it was done…this is a MUST SEE!!! FABULOUS!!!
The Tale of an Ugly House… Amanda over at The Tale of an Ugly House has created a gorgeous Pottery Barn Inspired Outdoor Buffet that rivals the original! Come and check out how she did it!
Here is another Pottery Barn Knock Off beauty from the girls at Shanty 2 Chic. This time it is a Classic Kitchen Island that would be perfect in any Farmhouse Kitchen for sure. Not only are their step by step directions…there is also a video …at the end of the weekend you can have one of these yourself! Oh the possibilities! I will take mine in weathered white…how about you???
One of the basics of Farmhouse Home Decor is that wonderful Farmhouse Table where the family gathers to share meals and their life. So of course the girls over at Shanty 2 Chic came up with one that you can build yourself and it will save you TONS because as you might have gathered…a Farmhouse Table over at Pottery Barn is a bit pricy! Drop by for this great tutorial…ENJOY!
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