Like couches in living rooms, activity tables are staple furnishings for playrooms. However, they can be quite pricey, especially considering the fact that kids aren’t exactly gentle on furniture. Janette from Style with Cents shares how to make a table that is TWICE as big and HALF the cost of one of Pottery Barn Kid’s […Read More]
The girls from Shanty 2 Chic are such an inspiration when it comes to knockoff furniture pieces! Just check out this awesome library-style coffee table that Ashley built with plans from Ana White. This table combines both form and function with a generous tabletop for decorating and drawers for hidden storage! Ashley’s table was inspired […Read More]
It has been almost five years since I published the first post here on Knock Off Decor. In honor of this special benchmark, I thought it would be fun to take a look back at the most popular projects and give them another chance in the spotlight. This first DIY takes the cake by a […Read More]
Lindsay from Makely School for Girls knew just the dresser she wanted for her daughter’s bedroom – mid-century modern style with clean lines and cool legs. The great news? She found EXACTLY what she had been envisioning at Crate & Barrel. The bad news? It was $1,600. Fortunately, there’s more great news! Lindsay’s friend Rayan from The Design Confidential drew up plans for the dresser, Lindsay’s hubs built the bad boy, and Lindsay finished it with extra high gloss white paint and stain. Talk about team work and a beeeautiful dresser!
Korrie of the Red Hen Home modified plans from Ana White to build this stunning 72” open buffet for a client. I love how the 4×4 legs give this piece such a substantial look. This baby looks solid! Korrie also added decorative hardware which kicks up the rustic/industrial vibe a notch. What a beautiful build!
Jennifer from Contemporary Harbor was tired of her old metal bed frame without a headboard and wanted a farmhouse bed to complete her bedroom set. She says, “I had always wanted a headboard and footboard that really made me feel like I had a grown up bed, and the Pottery Barn Farmhouse Bed was perfect, but out of my price range.” Finally, Jennifer decided she had waited long enough. With the help of her hubby and Ana White, Jennifer built her own gorgeous farmhouse bed for under $200.
Gretchen of Gretchen’s Garage loves looking at Pottery Barn for inspiration in building. So when her sister needed platform beds for the lake house she is building, that is right where Gretchen went. Thanks to some building tips from Ana White, Gretchen was able to make two platform beds for less than the cost of a headboard at Pottery Barn!
Cassandra from The Life of CK and Nate was over her scratch-and-dent, impossible to keep clean, and downright embarrassing dining room table. She went on a hunt for a new round table and came up with a couple of fabulous options from Restoration Hardware. Of course, that’s fabulous as in fabulous inspiration. Cassandra and her husband borrowed aspects from those lovely tables to design their own totally unique table complete with an octagon tabletop and six angled legs.