Outdoor Chaise Lounge Chairs

This is our first full summer in our new home with an in-ground pool in the backyard, and I am beyond excited to spend some long days playing in the water with my kiddos and lounging poolside! That means I am definitely going to need these DIY chaise lounge chairs that Ashley from Shanty 2 Chic built following plans from Ana […Read More]

Planked Wood Outdoor Planter

Kaylor from Fisherman’s Wife Furniture fell in love with some planked wood planters from Restoration Hardware but couldn’t pay $400+ for one planter. Kaylor shopped around for a few months but never found anything she liked. No worries for a DIYing gal – Kaylor knew she could build a knockoff of the beloved planter. She […Read More]

Wooden Outdoor Christmas Deer

While Tami from Curb Alert says she couldn’t even attempt to knock off most of Pottery Barn’s gorgeous home décor, she knew she could try her hand at sculptural outdoor deer made from twigs. After all, she did already have an overabundance of branches and twigs in her yard! Tami selected a few pieces and […Read More]

Chalkboard Tombstones for a Spooky Porch

I know we all agree with Jamison from Rogue Engineer when he says, “Decorating for the holidays is always fun, but who wants to spend $120 on a set of chalkboard tombstones from Pottery Barn?!?” Jamison instead made his own spooky yard décor using all the scrap wood he had lying in the garage. He […Read More]

Family Name Wall Plaque

Pamela at From My Front Porch to Yours was inspired by Ballard’s Pruvost Plaque and knew she wanted to put her own spin on the popular sign. While Ballard’s sign recreates one that once hung above a sweet shop, Pamela added a personal touch by making hers a family sign that reads, “The Finch Family […Read More]

Distressed Diner Sign for the Kitchen

Christy from Our Southern Home had been wanting a sign to go in her kitchen for a while and finally came across the perfect inspiration piece from Pottery Barn. While their Diner Sign retails for $59, Christy was able to make hers for FREE using materials and scrap plywood she already had. Christy shares her […Read More]

Pieced Pallet Wood Wall Art

Katie at On the Banks of Squaw Creek came to the rescue when her office building needed a large piece of art in its new kitchen area. She used pallets from her farm to create this knock off of the Pottery Barn Painted Pieced Woodwork in custom sizes, custom colors, and for a custom price. […Read More]

Wooden Spheres from Embroidery Hoops

Doreen from Hymns and Verses wanted to create wooden spheres for her son’s upcoming wedding reception that is being held in an old cigar factory. They needed quite a few of the spheres, which would make them very expensive to purchase. Instead, Doreen got creative and had a crafty gathering with the bride and her […Read More]