Decorative Wood Storage Box

Val at Home Made Modern needed some sort of box to store all the chargers that end up by her bed. She fell for the Ming Boxes from ZGallerie that come in sets of two. However, Val only needed one box and couldn’t really justify spending $59.95. Instead, she decided to make her own from […Read More]

X-Base Outdoor Dining Table

Ayisha from The Pursuit of Handyness had the novelty of visiting Z Gallerie on a trip last year. One of the many items she adored was a a roomy x-base dining table. You can imagine Ayisha’s excitement when one of her “DIY heroines,” Ana White, posted plans on her site to build a similar table […Read More]

“Rustic Yet Refined” X Dining Room Table

When the movers broke her dining room table, Jen from House of Wood’s first thought was to build a new one. She saw a gorgeous X-based table from ZGallerie and hit up her friend Ana White to draw up the plans. Then with a little more help from Ana and the friendly folks at Minwax, Jen gave her freshly built table a “rustic yet refined” Restoration Hardware-inspired finish. Are you drooling yet? Oh, and I think I forgot to mention the lumber was only $85. Just in case you weren’t already sold {Wink}.

diy dining room table

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Turn a Boring Chandy into a Stylish Orb Chandelier

Were you blown away by the beautiful orb chandelier I shared from Jen at Tatertots and Jello this morning? As promised, tonight Shelley from House of Smith’s stunning light fixture is in the spotlight. Starting with a store-bought chandy, Shelley created the orb effect with fencing wire and gave it a fresh finish with white paint. I love what Shelley has to say about her new entryway light… “She’s definitely large and in charge, but that’s what I LOVE about her! She adds some more drama to the space, and almost acts as an art piece as well as a light fixture!”

diy white orb chandelier

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Framed Coffee Art

Whenever Casey and Bridget of DIY Playbook get together, coffee is usually part of the equation. So it was only fitting the duo was drawn to a piece of framed coffee art from Z Gallerie. All it took was a little work in Microsoft Publisher and a pot of coffee to create the coffee rings, and Casey and Bridget had their own version for FREE! They framed the prints, which are now welcome additions in their kitchens.

Free coffee art printable inspired by Z Gallerie


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Silver Leaf Tree

No one would ever guess the origin of the leaves on this metallic tree created by Mrs. Polly Rogers! Surprisingly, the classy silver leaves began as lowly brown toilet paper rolls. Here’s what Polly has to say about her new tree: “It’s a perfect centerpiece for events, parties, weddings, and decor.  It’s easy to make, and your friends will never guess the humble beginnings for your new decor!”


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Silver Leaf Wreath

I am loving some shiny silver this holiday season, so Johnnie’s metallic leaf wreath at Saved By Love Creations is right up my alley. Johnnie’s wreath is both stylish and gentle on the wallet, requiring just a few materials from the dollar store and a can of spray paint.


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Framed Alphabet Art

When it came time to decorate her second child’s nursery, Danielle at House in the South knew she wanted to include an alphabet print. Here’s what she has to say: “After seeing the Alphabet Zoo nursery art from ZGallerie, I ran across a pack of animal alphabet cards by Jenn Ski the creator of the ZGallerie piece. With a few on-hand craft items I used them to make a knock off that I am extremely pleased with.” How cool is it that the cards Danielle found were by the same artist as her inspiration???

abc nursery art

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