Concrete and Pipe Industrial Wall Shelf

Ashley from Simply Designing says that pipe shelves are her favorite, so it comes as no surprise that she wanted to create her own – but with a TWIST! Ashley was inspired by a shelf from Restoration Hardware but shook things up a bit by using concrete instead of wood for the shelves. Ashley reassures […Read More]

Factory Cart Table

Jennifer from Blissfully Ever After couldn’t have been more elated to receive this amazing factory cart table for her eight year wedding anniversary. Her sweet husband built the entire thing from scratch using reclaimed wood, antique rail cart wheels, and other supplies from the local hardware store. Jennifer says, “I am in LOVE with the […Read More]

Industrial Rolling Bookshelf

Lisa from Texas Décor had a corner in her living room that needed a more substantial piece of furniture but just couldn’t decide what it should be. That’s where’s Dear Lillie’s gorgeous Restoration Hardware inspired rolling cart comes in. Lisa followed the tutorial to make the cart for only $105 – instead of $2,500! Lisa […Read More]

Rustic Perpetual Desk Calendar

Katie from Little House of Four loves shopping at World Market for home décor. Although they have great prices, there are times when a knock off is in order to save a few dollars. Katie recently took inspiration from a $50 metal perpetual calendar and created her own for a fraction of the price. It’s […Read More]

Industrial Rolling Bookshelf

Ashley from Cherished Bliss had an awkward space in her dining room that was begging for some TLC. She knew she needed a large, tall piece of furniture to balance out all the other long, skinny pieces in the room. She came across a rolling bookshelf from Restoration Hardware and then found plans on Ana […Read More]

Industrial Wood and Steel Console

Jen from The House of Wood had been drooling over Restoration Hardware’s wood and steel console and quickly added it to her TO BUILD list. Well, now it’s officially been crossed off! Woot woot! I love the rustic, industrial style of this piece, and, of course, the fact that it costs over one thousand dollars […Read More]

Industrial Clock Side Table

Sherry from Savvy Apron was shopping at the thrift store when she came across an industrial stool just like the ones sold at Dot & Bo. Sherry didn’t really need a stool, but she simply couldn’t pass it up at only $10. The stool sat in Sherry’s garage for months until she had the genius […Read More]

Industrial Caged Pendant with Rope

 Lauren from Bless’er House has been on a mission to “personalize every builder grade basic light fixture in [her] house.” She recently tackled the mini pendants over the bar area in her kitchen and gave them an industrial makeover for only $10. After spray painting the pendants, Lauren wrapped the down rods with sisal rope […Read More]