Easy DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Art

Grab some old or thrifted frames for this cheap & easy Easy DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Art!

I’ve been slowly giving my Master Bedroom a makeover. This week, I found some old 16″ x 20″ frames for this cheap & Easy DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Art.

AND it saved me $300, guys!!!! Seriously, Pottery Barn sells their Textile Art for about $340 for a pair. I made my knock off for less than $10 each.

And, it looks great with the updated bedding, the scrap wood wall art, and the tray ceiling a makeover with some new molding and paneling. I still have a few big changes on the list, including more wall art. Stay tuned for more updates. 🙂

DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Textile Art for between $10 and $20 each. This DIY saved me over $300, guys! And you get to pick the fabric color and style that matches your room. This is a super easy DIY Wall Decor Idea.
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How to Make Easy Textile Wall Art

$300 is a nice chunk of change to save, right? The Pottery Barn Textile Art is pretty, but I can’t see spending that much money on something this simple. And, I got to pick the fabric that matched my room and style for the perfect custom look. Winning.

For my fabric, I headed to World Market to check out their fabric placemats and napkins. They always have tons on fun and funky options to go with the current trends. Target has a few really cool options too.

You’ll love how easy it is! And be sure to check out more low cost Thrift Store in this 25+ Upcycle DIY Ideas here and a few more great projects from some very creative blogger friends. I have links to their projects at the end of this post. Let’s get to this Easy DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Art.

DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Textile Art for between $10 and $20 each. This DIY saved me over $300, guys! And you get to pick the fabric color and style that matches your room. This is a super easy DIY Wall Decor Idea.
Make sure to iron the placemats or napkins to get the best result. You could also try using pretty scrapbook paper for this DIY.
DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Textile Art for between $10 and $20 each. This DIY saved me over $300, guys! And you get to pick the fabric color and style that matches your room. This is a super easy DIY Wall Decor Idea.
I’ve had these picture frames in storage for 5 years, guys!. And I finally found a good use for them Yea!
DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Textile Art for between $10 and $20 each. This DIY saved me over $300, guys! And you get to pick the fabric color and style that matches your room. This is a super easy DIY Wall Decor Idea.
Hobby Lobby sells these pre-made 16×20″ matte’s for $4.99.
DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Textile Art for between $10 and $20 each. This DIY saved me over $300, guys! And you get to pick the fabric color and style that matches your room. This is a super easy DIY Wall Decor Idea.
I used painters tape to hold the fabric tightly in place. The painters tape won’t rip the matte when I want to change things up next time.
DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Textile Art for between $10 and $20 each. This DIY saved me over $300, guys! And you get to pick the fabric color and style that matches your room. This is a super easy DIY Wall Decor Idea.
I’m keeping these on the Living Room Mantel while I work on the rest of the room. It’s only temporary, but I’m loving the way they look here! They really work with the vases our friends in Egypt gave us as a wedding present.
DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Textile Art for between $10 and $20 each. This DIY saved me over $300, guys! And you get to pick the fabric color and style that matches your room. This is a super easy DIY Wall Decor Idea.
This DIY Knock Off Pottery Barn Textile Art is such an easy win for a really elegant and expensive looking Thrift Store or Upcycle for old frames.

Looking for more easy DIY paint project ideas? You can see the video tutorials in this YouTube Playlist.

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Build your own custom DIY Scrap Wood Wall Art. Works for Barn Quilt, Tribal Art, Boho, Mosaic, geometric wood designs and more. Includes DIY Wood Wall Art Tutorial steps and how-to video!

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So glad you stopped by to see this Cheap & Let’s get to this Easy DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Art. project. I hope you get a chance to check out more fun Upcycle and Thrift Store Blog Posts from my blogger friends.

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20 thoughts on “Easy DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Art”

  1. Super creative, easy and quick to make. Customizing it is a breeze too. Great way to use exotic patterns in a controlled way. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I love projects like this. Easy to change it too, if your taste in decor changes. Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party @DearCreatives pinned, and sharing. See you again soon.

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