Marble and Wood Blocks for only a Dollar

Do you love the look of marble but not the price tag that usually accompanies the beautiful stone? Kristi Murphy is all about the marble trend and thought it was perfect for her gender-neutral, not-too-babyish nursery. She wanted to incorporate West Elm’s marble and wood blocks into the nursery shelves and found a way around […Read More]

Ladder Bookshelf for Craft Storage

I absolutely adore this ladder bookshelf from Cindy at Cinsarah. Cindy says that she had an empty wall in her master bedroom office nook that had become a dumping ground for her sewing machine and “crafting leftovers.” She knew some shelving was in order and managed to get her husband on board with building a […Read More]

Best of Knock Off Decor #5: Stenciled Drop Cloth Curtains

Erin from Lavender and Lemon Drops had been eyeing some printed window panels from West Elm for some time. Deciding they would be the perfect addition to her living room, Erin dedicated a snowy day to creating her own with drop cloth fabric and a stencil. I have used drop cloth for all sorts of […Read More]

Best of Knock Off Decor #4 : Stenciled Rug for a Reading Nook

This knock off is honestly one of my favorite ever featured on Knock Off Decor, and it just so happens to be the fourth most popular in pageviews. Lydia from Pudel-Design added a graphic punch to her reading nook with this handpainted, stenciled rug. Now, I have seen my fair share of painted rugs, but […Read More]

Framed Mirror from Flooring

Kim of The Kim Six Fix recently had the opportunity to share a guest post on Pretty Handy Girl as part of her Rockstar DIY series. And she proves just what a rock star she is with this brilliant idea for making a framed mirror! Kim doesn’t have a big power tool stash so she […Read More]

IKEA Hack Martini Side Table

I love having a little accent table in the living room. One that’s small enough to pull over to the recliner while I’m reading or to the couch during my favorite TV shows. West Elm’s Martini Side Table is perfect for the job and also happens to be a bestseller thanks to its array of […Read More]

Decorative Spheres from Embroidery Hoops

Jennifer from Engineer Mommy has been admiring the decorative spheres that have been around the design world for some time and decided to make her own using just two embroidery hoops and a can of spray paint. Yep, it’s that simple! And these little gems are perfect for styling tables and shelves since they have […Read More]

Floating Wall Mirror

Ursula from Home Made by Carmona came to the rescue when her daughter needed a larger mirror for her bedroom to prep for the day. Ursula had been eyeing West Elm’s floating mirrors, but they retailed for $199-$399. What’s a DIY-loving girl to do but make her own! Ursula upcycled a salvaged mirror and simply […Read More]