Thrift Store Table Makeover in Restoration Hardware Style

Rachel from Shades of Blue Interiors had originally purchased this end table at a thrift store with the intention of fixing it up and selling it off. However, after giving it a beautiful painted finish inspired by Restoration Hardware, Rachel couldn’t resist keeping the table for herself! Rachel shares her tried-and-true technique for achieving this […Read More]

Factory Cart Table

Jennifer from Blissfully Ever After couldn’t have been more elated to receive this amazing factory cart table for her eight year wedding anniversary. Her sweet husband built the entire thing from scratch using reclaimed wood, antique rail cart wheels, and other supplies from the local hardware store. Jennifer says, “I am in LOVE with the […Read More]

Wood and Pipe Shelving

Like Cassie and Sadie of Live, Laugh, & Craft, you probably can’t justify spending $500 on shelving – even if they’re as dreamy as Restoration Hardware’s wood and steel shelving! Instead, the sister duo got a similar look in five simple steps that truly anyone can do. Cassie and Sadie love these shelves so much […Read More]

Industrial Rolling Bookshelf

Lisa from Texas Décor had a corner in her living room that needed a more substantial piece of furniture but just couldn’t decide what it should be. That’s where’s Dear Lillie’s gorgeous Restoration Hardware inspired rolling cart comes in. Lisa followed the tutorial to make the cart for only $105 – instead of $2,500! Lisa […Read More]

How to Sew a Play Teepee

Candace of Candace Creations immediately fell in love with Restoration Hardware’s play teepees and didn’t waste any time buying fabric to make one for her kids. She had started laying out the fabric and had even cut down trees from the woods to serve as poles when the project got waylaid. It sat around until […Read More]

Framed Panel Map Art on a Dime

After taking down the drop ceiling in her guest room, Cassie from Live, Laugh, & Craft saved every bit of the wood as scraps. There was no way she was letting it get tossed when she could turn it into something fabulous – like Restoration Hardware inspired wall art! Cassie used the wood to create […Read More]

Tufted Crib for $300 Instead of $1,200

When planning her baby girl’s nursery, Machelle of A Joyful Riot found a tufted crib at Restoration Hardware and knew it was her dream crib. However, at $1,200, she also knew it wasn’t happening and started planning a way to DIY. Machelle shopped around for a crib with a similarly curved headboard and footboard and […Read More]

Pipe Shelves for Extra Bathroom Storage

Beth from Blush and Batting had the supplies on hand to knock off Restoration Hardware’s wood and pipe shelves for some time and is happy that she has finally crossed the project off her to-do list. While the pipe does make these shelves a little pricier than a simple shelf from Target, Beth says at […Read More]