10 Amazing Pottery Barn Hacks

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Ten Pottery Barn Hacks

I love Pottery Barn but I don’t always love their prices.  I  selectively buy my favorite pieces from there.  And since we all love a great knock-off, today I’m sharing 10 really great Pottery Barn hacks.

 

Pumpkin Pillow

I really can’t get over how cute this pumpkin pillow is from Beneath the Magnolias.  It’s actually better than the original and I wish I could buy this one!

 

Knock off Pottery Barn Tablet Holder

I only recently first came across this cool iPad stand from Pottery Barn which sells for $35.  Mamie Jane’s  made hers using a cutting board she picked up for $1, a scrabble tile holder & a child’s building block.  Great idea!

 

nautical-swing-shelf

Inspiring Hearts and Homes made this adorable swing shelf for her kids bathroom for under $10.

 

Pottery Barn Knockoff platter

The Rubber Punkin made her version of these platters with a simple dish picked up from TJ Maxx.

 

media cabinet knock off

Corey from Sawdust 2 Stitches shared her hack via Remodelaholic. She turned a simple Ikea media stand into this!  Not an easy undertaking, but amazing results!

 

Seagrass Headboard

I have always liked Pottery Barn’s Seagrass headboard.  Over at Stripes and Polka Dots Hannah re-created it using a seagrass rug for a fraction of the price!  Her version was $75 compared to Pottery Barn’s $340.

 

medicine cabinet

This is a great idea if you’re stuck with a medicine cabinet in your bathroom.  DIY Design Fanatic shows you how she trimmed hers out with a wood frame.

 

Tiered stand

I have always loved this tiered stand.  Cindy Lou Designs  customized the size of her knock off to better fit her table.

 

painted-american-flag

Everyday Enchanting made their knock off using an old pallet they already had.

 

Pottery Barn mirror

Over at That’s My Letter, Jamie made a great version of this Eagan mirror.  She made hers larger than Pottery Barn’s, and for around $90 as compared to PB’s $250.

All great ideas!  Which is your favorite?

 

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