You can bet that this DIY farmhouse table from Shanty 2 Chic probably cost buyers a lot more than $110 if purchased through Restoration Hardware. Check out her tutorial to save some serious money and make this for yourself!
While I personally love the look of a colorful and mismatched bookshelf, I can’t resist this DIY matching bookcase from Bless’er House. Believe it or not, a set of five matching books from Restoration Hardware would have set you back about $110…yikes.
If you’ve been on Pinterest, chances are you’ve seen these incredible industrial pipe shelves. This project only cost around $50, which is tons cheaper than they would be at R.O.
Love the Restoration Hardware finish, but don’t want to pay through the nose to have it incorporated in your own home? DIY it instead! Shanty 2 Chic has the full tutorial. You’ll need $70 and about 15 hours of free time for this do-it-yourself.
This chalkboard retails for approximately $240 dollars, but the folks over at Bloglovin’ concocted a way to make something similar for only $60. Isn’t the framework the best part of this chalkboard?
Update your bathroom with a DIYed Restoration Hardware bathroom vanity. Naturally, this piece of furniture has that epic Restoration Hardware finish! Avanti Morochi has more! Check out her blog for the full tutorial, and make sure you see how she completely remodeled her bathroom!
Just what I’ve been looking for, a super easy DIY coffee table that looks great, and is even easier to make! Look at how dramatic those legs are! From The House of Wood.