Turn a Bowl into a Hanging Planter

Anthropologie Hanging Planter Knockoff

Now that spring is here, Lindsay from Shrimp Salad Circus can’t help but have all things outdoors on the brain. She fell hard for a hanging planter from Anthropologie, but at $68 it was certainly NOT in the budget. Lindsay realized she already had a melamine bowl on hand that would perfect for this project, […Read More]

Create a Faux Cross Stitch–with Paint!

Painted Cross Stitch Dress

Michele from The Scrap Shoppe had a black dress hanging in her closet that was pretty boring and barely ever worn. She was inspired by Anthropologie to give the dress a makeover – cross stitch style! However, the kicker is that this project actually requires NO sewing. Instead, Michele achieved the look of cross stitching  […Read More]

Fifteen Fabulous Knock-Off Gifts for Mom

Knock Off Mother's Day Gift

Mother’s Day is three weeks away! I won’t lie… I LOVE the personal, sentimental touch of a handmade gift. And, quite honestly, who appreciates your creativity like your momma?!? I have pulled together several past knock-off projects that would make lovely gifts for that special lady in your life. And, of course, they are all […Read More]

Faceted Gold Knobs from Clay

DIY Home Decor  Gold Clay Knobs

Slowly but surely, Amy from Delineate Your Dwelling has been making progress on her master bedroom update. She has challenged herself to keep costs as low as possible, which meant spending $10 a knob for Faceted Orb Knobs from Anthropologie wasn’t happening. Instead, Amy grabbed some air dry clay and easily sculpted her own gold […Read More]

Industrial Style Chalkboard Numbers

Anthropologie inspired Industrial Metal Letters

Kathy of The Budget Decorator wanted to add some industrial metal letters to her living room for a quick update and to give it a little “edge.” While Anthropologie sells very cool zinc letters, Kathy knew she could come up with something that cost than $18 a letter. Kathy used a simple technique with chalkboard […Read More]

Maple and Walnut Grain Sack Cutting Boards

Anthropologie Inspired Grain Sack Cutting Boards

Katie from Addicted 2 DIY shares how you can turn a piece of scrap lumber into a stylish cutting board inspired by Anthropologie. Katie’s husband is actually behind this DIY project, and he replicated the grain sack design of Anthro’s cutting board by combining pieces of walnut and maple. Don’t you just love the contrast […Read More]

Charred Wood Bookends

Anthropologie inspired charred wood bookends

Stacy of Not Just a Housewife is planning a mini makeover for her family room and began looking online for decorative accessories to add to her soon-to-be new shelves. She came across a pair of charred wood bookends from Anthropologie that grew on her, particularly their symbolism of rising from the ashes. However, Stacy did […Read More]

Rope Basket from a Trash Can

DIY Home Decor Rope Basket

I have been known to have a bit of a basket obsession. They are just so practical and so pretty at the same time! Tanya from twelveOeight shares how she made an Anthropologie-inspired rope basket from a dollar store wastebasket. Yep, a trash can! Tanya wrapped the trash can with rope and then taped off […Read More]