Jennifer from Decorated Chaos has always been drawn to animal prints and immediately fell in love with some brown and white printed pillows from Pottery Barn. Amazingly, she was browsing Pier 1 when she came across cloth napkins with an almost identical coloring and pattern – and they were on clearance! She grabbed two and [...Read More]
Lisa of Concord Cottage was inspired when she saw a pretty fall mantel from Better Homes and Gardens that featured white pumpkins spelling out THANKS. Lisa adapted this idea and made a pumpkin wreath banner with the word FALL. Amazingly, she was able to do it for only $7 using foam wreath forms and pumpkins [...Read More]
Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict couldn’t resist bringing a little fall into her home with a no-sew leaf pillow inspired by Pottery Barn. While Pottery Barn’s pillow may be embroidered with a monogram, Debbie tailored her DIY pillow to her suit her tastes – with bright orange leaves and no “fussy” monogram. She [...Read More]
Like Jami from An Oregon Cottage, you may find yourself repeatedly inspired by Pottery Barn’s catalog, especially when it comes to holiday and seasonal décor. A couple years ago Jami was inspired to recreate several items from their fall line, including some distress white ceramic turkeys and these lovely book page pumpkins. For this project, [...Read More]
Angie from Beneath the Magnolias made this beautiful and simple no-sew version of Pottery Barn’s pumpkin applique pillow for fall. Angie layered burlap for the applique and finished the edges with jute twine to keep it from unraveling. She even shares her pumpkin pattern so you can whip up your very own pretty pumpkin pillow [...Read More]
Melissa of a Prudent Life shares at View from the Fridge how you can create your own Anthro-inspired dishtowels for just a few dollars. All you need for this budget-friendly knock off is a pack of flour sack towels and a Sharpie. In true Anthropologie-style, the imperfection is part of the beauty, and Melissa says [...Read More]
Here’s a quick and simple idea for your Thanksgiving table or fall mantel from Debbie at Confessions of a Plate Addict. Debbie surrounded a glass cylinder with miniature Indian corn to create a pretty fall candle holder. Since the corn is just secured with a rubber band, you can easily remove it and redecorate the cylinder for each season.
Allison from Cluck Cluck Sew shares a fabulous pillow cover tutorial to dress up those tired throw pillows this fall. Best of all, this is a “scrap buster” project designed to use up some of that scrap fabric that is taking up valuable closet space. For this fall-inspired pillow, Allison chose fabrics that simulate the colors or fallen leaves. However, Allison points out that the design possibilities are pretty much endless. Just check out the flower pillow she made using the same technique.