This Pottery Barn-inspired media console build couldn’t have come a moment too soon for Katie at Addicted 2 DIY! It was love at first sight when she laid eyes on Pottery Barn’s Benchwright TV Stand and she’d been wanting to build it for over a year. Ana White facilitated the process with her free project plans, and Katie and her hubs can finally replace their current folding table with tablecloth (aka the “high-tech redneck” media stand) with this beauty!
Today I am going to share two Pottery Barn-inspired consoles built by a couple of very talented ladies, Jen from House of Wood and Whitney from Shanty 2 Chic. First up is Jen, who sought out the assistance of Ana White to build a media console to hold her 50” plasma TV that had been collecting dust in storage. My favorite part is how the beveled apothecary-style door flips down to reveal a cubby that hides the media components. How cool is that?!?
Desperately needing an entertainment center with more storage, and more specifically hidden storage, Bee from Windgate Lane had to figure out a cost-effective solution. Once again, Ikea didn’t disappoint with their BORGSJÖ cabinet and shelf unit. Bee’s favorite part was sprucing it up butcher block, which provides a gorgeous accent to the crisp white shelves. Bee loves how the unit adds storage without taking up too much space in her family room.
Beth from Make Me Pretty Again was inspired by the immensely talented Ana White and Jen from House of Wood to build her own printer’s style cabinet for storing media components. Beth offers some helpful suggestions help you build your own without a hitch, so make sure to check it out!
Ashley from Shanty 2 Chic had me with her heading “Anthropologie For Less!” Who doesn’t like the sound of that? In this case, it was $1498 less to be exact! Following plans from Ana White, Ashley built a beautiful vintage printer’s console for only $200 that is almost an exact replica of Anthro’s cabinet. Not […Read More]
With the help of plans from Ana White, Jan from With Love was able to get the media console she had been pining after without having to dish out an outrageous amount of cash. Jan achieved the look of richly worn and chipped paint on the drawers fronts and console sides using a soap technique […Read More]
Years ago Amanda from Burlap & Denim had scored a chest of drawers for only $50 from an outlet that sells returned items. One of the drawers was missing, but Amanda cleverly stuck a basket in its place and no one was ever the wiser. When Amanda spied Anthro’s numbered chest of drawers, she knew […Read More]
Ashley from Shanty 2 Chic totally fell in love with a media console with faux front drawers while browsing Ana White’s site. She modified the plans slightly to allow for more storage space. I love the look of the faux front drawers and contrast of the soft paint and deep stain. Don’t you love furniture […Read More]