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]
Vanessa from DIY 180 shows that you certainly don’t have to spend a fortune to get the Pottery Barn look for Valentine’s Day! Vanessa found artistic inspiration on Pottery Barn and then created similar designs with the help of Pic Monkey and Photoshop, glossy photo paper, and a printer. While these three prints would have […Read More]
When thinking about Valentine’s décor, you might immediately picture a house decked out in red and pink and brimming with hearts and lace. However, Ashley from Simply Designing shows that Valentine’s decorations can be tasteful and even neutral. Last year, Ashley shared at Infarrantly Creative how she made this textural “XOX” décor using paper mache […Read More]
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, which means it’s time to break out all things LOVE! Each day this week, I will be sharing a Valentine’s project idea to help you get a high end look – for LESS! Isn’t that what we are all about here at Knock Off Décor?!? To get the […Read More]
You can find this cute little sign in tons of stores, and although Becca at From Gardners 2 Bergers majorly loved it, she wanted to personalize it. Becca added her own spin to the design by creating the wooden frame from 1x2x8 pieces of wood and printing the text onto a transparency. By layering the […Read More]
I know I had some of you at the words no sew. If sewing just isn’t your thing, follow Ann’s lead from On Sutton Place and take advantage of the cheap ready-made pillow covers sold at stores like IKEA and Hobby Lobby. Ann started off with a $5 cover and simply ironed on a plethora of hearts for create this DIY Valentine’s pillow. How easy is it? Ann says, “Seriously…if you can cut out hearts and iron, you are golden.”
Bonnie of Uncommon Designs loves to browse catalogs, not so much to see what she can buy but what she cake make! When she stumbled on a simple and sweet Valentine tea towel from Anthropologie, Bonnie knew she already had everything she needed to recreate it. Bonnie used Heat n’ Bond to make her own adorable ribbon heart applique and then added the extra stitching detail at the bottom of the towel with red and white baker’s twine. Bonnie says, “It really does not take much to make you home festive for special occasions, and this sweet kitchen towel will be the perfect little accent in our home!”
With a house full of boys, Rachel of Maison de Pax has never been one to go over-the-top for Valentine’s Day. However, pillows sporting frayed X’s and O’s caught Rachel’s eye as a subtle way to show a little love. Rachel whipped a pair up with rich red velvet and leftover drop cloth for only $4 a piece and couldn’t be more pleased with the result!