Adrienne from Chic California loves perusing the Pottery Barn catalog, admiring their displays and styling, and then recreating the looks in her own home. Such was the case with this DIY Roman numeral art. Adrienne already had a board she had inherited from a neighbor’s old built-ins, and it seemed just the right size to […Read More]
I think we would all agree that we want our homes to be filled with love. Cami of Tidbits came across a “LOVE” sign from Pottery Barn and knew it would be perfect in her home. She employed the wood working skills of her husband to build the framed sign and then finished it off […Read More]
One of the perks of DIY is the ability to customize an item exactly how you want it. You want dark brown instead of black? You got it! That’s exactly what spurred on the creation of this wall sign by Aimee from The Vintage Estate. Aimee used paint and a contact paper stencil to easily replicate the plaque her client wanted in the exact color she wanted. I gotta say that I love this sweet little sign!
A close friend of Jeannine from The Concrete Cottage loved the Z Gallerie subway art and wanted to give it as a gift to her dad. When she asked if Jeannine could recreate it, she had a small list of requests: make it personalized, make it a bit less distressed, and make it for way cheaper than Z Gallerie’s! Done, done and done! Jeannnie was able to use her Silhouette, some paint, and a bit of chalk to create a one-of-a-kind gift that nearly brought her friend’s dad to tears!
Heidi from All That Brings Joy was inspired by all the different hand painted, antique looking signs she’s seen around Pottery Barn for the last year or two to finally tackle her own. She decided to make one for her kitchen and went with the word market. With the little amount of wood and paint required for this project, Heidi was able to do it without spending any money.