Samantha from Crafty Texas Girls had an “I could totally make that!” moment when she saw a piece of cute rustic wall art from Pottery Barn Kids. She says, “It is basically letters on a board. Really cute letters on a really cute board.” Samantha turned to her trusty Silhouette to cut her own really [...Read More]
A couple years ago Sarah from Thrifty Décor Chick created a piece of planked wood art to fit an awkward wall in her living room. At the time the blue and red color scheme was perfect for her space, but since then she has gravitated toward more neutrals. Still loving the look of the wood, [...Read More]
Marie from Fort Ledbetter needed wall décor for her foyer and came across a number canvas from Pottery Barn that she knew could be easily replicated. Marie gave it her own personal spin by using meaningful numbers from birthdays and her anniversary. If you don’t have a cutting machine, Marie shares a great technique for [...Read More]
Sarah from Life on Virginia Street designed the most drool-worthy office, including a piece of large-scale artwork that she painted herself. Sarah created her beautiful abstract canvas by layering craft paint and walks you through the entire process so you can make your own. For a more finished look, Sarah added a gold-painted wood frame. [...Read More]
Erica from Dwell Beautiful LOVES Anthropologie but very rarely can afford the prices. She has found the way to get the Anthro look for less by recreating some of their art pieces. When she saw a botanical print, Erica knew she could easily make her own version with some Sharpies and a canvas. She says, [...Read More]
While shopping online, Erica from Dwell Beautiful says she was struck by the simple beauty of watercolor brushstroke art and the impact multiple pieces made grouped in a gallery. Erica grabbed her watercolors and enjoyed a little time outside painting away. Like she says, this really isn’t a project you need any artistic skill to [...Read More]
Tamara of Provident Home Designs was inspired to include a pair of abstract sea paintings in her recent powder room makeover. She loved the calming blue, gray, and gold color palette but didn’t have the money or space for Ballard’s ginormous $449 paintings. Tamara walks you through the steps to making your own paintings for way less. My fave part is how she used tissue paper to create texture on her canvas and incorporate pops of gold. Simply beautiful!
Amy from Delineate Your Dwelling wanted to add some bright color to her office and fell in love with West Elm’s Geo Print. She was able to replicate the artwork for only $12 by simply sketching the design onto a canvas with loose, doodle-like motions. I can’t think of a more fun design to pep up a work space!