This morning I shared the beeeautiful reclaimed wood dining table that Cara from Build It Craft It Love It built for only $120. Of course, a dining room isn’t complete without somewhere to sit! Cara built the matching bench using scrap wood but says even if you have to buy all the materials it would […Read More]
Larissa from Prodigal Pieces says, “No one can deny that Pottery Barn offers a classic style in their housewares, home decor and furniture. Problem is not everyone can afford it.” Fortunately, that’s not a problem for a crafty gal like Larissa because she knows how to get the same look for a fraction of the […Read More]
Becki and Chris of The Uncommon Common Law were this year’s winner of Creating with the Stars at East Coast Creative. And looking at this stunning bench they made, it’s not too hard to see why! The couple recreated the infamous Nelson Bench for only $136, and it’s a dead ringer for the original. I simply love the look of the natural maple and ebony legs and am amazed by Becki and Chris’ workmanship. Gorgeous!
Jacqui of Brooke Eva has tremendous style and DIY savvy. Just check out these upholstered x-benches she made for East Coast Creative’s Creating with the Stars competition. I mean… WOW! Jacqui built these babies from the ground up, cutting those beautiful legs from wood, upholstering every inch with charcoal fabric, and finishing it off with nailhead trim. Hello, Gorgeous!
In my earlier feature of Sarah M Dorsey Design’s painted curtains, you may have noticed the beautiful blue bench situated below the window. That beauty just happens to be another knock-off created by the very talented Sarah. Sarah built the bench frame and then upholstered it and added special details like turned legs and casters. Sarah says she saved on some of her materials and splurged on others to create her bench for around $100. I am so impressed by her mad skills!
Kristen from Lipstick and Sawdust just completed the latest addition to her “Jewel Box” guest room – an upholstered bench that she planned and built herself! Kristen saved money on materials by using foam from clearance IKEA cushions and some scrap wood pieces. I love how Kristen always finds ways to save money while still producing gorgeous results!
Shoes strewn about on the floor isn’t exactly the welcome you want when people enter your home. With the help of Ana White and her easy-to-follow plans, Jen from House of Wood tackled a project to tame those unruly shoes in her entryway. This was actually Jen’s first build from a couple of years ago, […Read More]