17 Pottery Barn Kids Knock Off [tutorials]


Pottery Barn Kids has some amazing eye candy in the store that always lures me in. It’s time well spent too because I get some of the best style, decor, and designers ideas to knock off! {snicker}  Transform your kids’ bedroom with the best DIY ideas to make your own Pottery Barn Kids inspired beds, wall art, costume, pretend play, furniture and bedding.

Pottery Barn Kids

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Pottery Barn Kids

1. How to make a farmhouse play kitchen for about $150 from Sincerely, Marie Designs. The refrigerator features an upper refrigerator and lower freezer, a stove and sink. So cute!

2. This knock-off art caddy is so amazing it will be difficult for you to be able to tell the difference between the inspired pieces and the originals. Learn how to create this cute art cart for your playroom area from That’s My Letter!

3. Who wouldn’t want to spend their summer reading outdoors in a nook like this one from Vintage Revivals? Thrifted treasures were used to make and decorate the nook.

4. Not wanting to pay Pottery Barn Kid prices for a sandbox, iGriza created her own! I think it looks cuter than PBK’s.

Halloween Costumes

Halloween Costumes

5. DIY strawberry fairy from Six Sisters’ Stuff using a long sleeved red shirt, tulle skirt, felt and wings. This version only cost $19.95 versus Pottery Barn Kids version for $79. A huge savings!



6. Make your own tiered ruffle crib skirt from Come on Ilene with this hack tutorial. For pennies on the dollar, you can get the same barn kids look. Or tweak it a little to make it perfect for you!

Pottery Barn Kids Bed

Pottery Barn Kids Bed

7. Build the ultimate clubhouse fort bed from That’s My Letter that you can build yourself. It holds a twin sized mattress and has a play area below.

8. This amazing tutorial teaches us how to build a bed hacked from Pottery Barn Kids by Shanty 2 Chic! A trundle in the base of the bed makes this practical.

9. Bunk-beds can be expensive, so if you are on a budget and are a comfortable DIYer, then this is a tutorial for you! This post is the final reveal of beds from House of Rose.

Pottery Barn Kids Crib

Pottery Barn Kids Crib

10. Update an old crib with a little paint distressing from Maison de Pax. Use these tips to make it baby safe.



11. This copy cat DIY extra wide Kendall dresser is perfect for both boys and girls. The tutorial contains step by step instructions with photos from Sew Woodsy.

12. If you have some skills with power tools or want to learn, this is a great project! Perfect for a curvy side table by Her Tool Belt. Skip the high price tag and build your own table with this great step by step tutorial.

13. Make a diy dollhouse bookshelf from I Can Teach My Child using their free plans. Store books on the shelf or use it as a dollhouse.

14. Check out this awesome tutorial where you’ll learn how to make a Pottery Barn inspired playroom table from Shanty 2 Chic!

15. Here is an innovative way to display your little one’s books for easy reading. This tutorial will show you how to make a Madison bookrack from Sprinkled with Sawdust using fabric 1×8″ plywood.

16. Instead of Pottery Barn Kids’ version that’s made with mostly mdf board this Jordan dresser knock off tutorial from Pneumatic Addict uses solid wood and only costs around $150.

DIY Wall Art

DIY Wall Art

13. May the Force be with you! Enhance any Star Wars themed room decor with this DIY Art from 320 Sycamore for only $15.75!

14. Make these bathroom hangings from The Teacher’s Wife, inspired by the Pottery Barn version, for a tiny fraction of the cost! Using the three free printables, these hangings are so easy to make, and look amazing hanging in your bathroom!

15. Kids love to see how much they’ve grown each month!  Follow this tutorial to create your own adorable ruler growth chart from Sincerely Jean.

16. This is an adorable whale wall art tutorial from Provident Home Design for any room with a subtle or not so subtle nautical theme!

17. Check out these DIY wall mount bookshelves from It’s Overflowing inspired by Pottery Barn Kids! Perfect for both a little boy and girls bedroom! A simple afternoon project after a quick trip to your local hardware store!

Wondering where the PBKids ideas and inspiration for these tutorials came from? Pottery Barn Kids, my friends! And this is just fun!

17 Pottery Barn Kids Knock Off [tutorials]

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