I have been on a little bit of a knock off kick over at Infarrantly Creative. I shared the Pottery Barn Kids inspired loft bed I recently built for my daughter Kayla and have another Pottery Barn inspired project for you! This time it was a pretty gold beaded love pillow that caught my eye. […Read More]
My good friend Jen from Tatertots & Jello created the most adorable pallet art for Valentine’s Day. Jen was inspired when she came across a heart plaque from Ballard Designs. She loved that the art was perfect for Valentine’s Day yet still fit her color scheme with it’s neutral pallet. Jen created her own striped […Read More]
Melissa from Two It Yourself was inspired by a a vertical wood Christmas sign from Pottery Barn to turn a pallet into a sign of her own. And since she already had the materials on hand, it cost her nothing but a little time! Melissa decided to go with a different finish than Pottery Barn’s and used one of her favorite techniques to achieve an aged look. She also customized her text and simply printed the letters from the computer to trace around. I agree with Melissa – her free sign is just as charming as Pottery Barn’s pricey one!
Today I’m going to do a double feature of two fabulous Pottery Barn-inspired projects submitted by a reader named Jill who doesn’t have a blog but loves a good knock off like the rest of us. Jill was inspired by a number canvas from Pottery Barn and created her own from a pallet. I am loving the look of the font she used!
As shared on Infarrantly Creative, I gave my own little nod to Valentine’s Day by creating a piece of wall décor appropriate for the holiday but also versatile enough to claim a permanent home on my wall. I love the combination of the rustic pallet wood look and bright yellow ruffles. It’s completely unexpected and makes me smile every time I see it!
Last year Matt and Jacque from The DIY Village created this Santa art from repurposed deck boards for a pallet art look. Matt did a phenomenal job tracing the original image on the computer to create a stencil, and then a little red paint brought Saint Nick to life. As Matt points out, any canvas or wood would be a great backdrop for creating your own piece of inexpensive Christmas art.