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Hello dear friends! I am so excited because today is the first day of my new monthly Look for Less Challenge that I mentioned to you a couple of weeks ago. However, I must apologize right away because I only have the video tutorial ready for you (life happened this week and I am a little behind), but rest assured I will be updating this post in a couple of days in order to include the step by step blog post as well for those of you who prefer that method.
So…..I have been wanting to create a trellis mirror for a while now. They are not only gorgeous, but they are timeless as well. However, these mirrors can come with a hefty price tag.
I have been eyeing one particular mirror at Pottery Barn… the one below to be exact….
Isn’t she dreamy?
And while it’s currently on sale, it’s still too much for my budget!
So, I thought I would recreate it myself.
I headed off to my local Goodwill and with the help of some 3/8″ square dowels, a thrifted mirror that cost me $5.95, a hand saw (I recommend this one for dowels), some chalk paint in the color Linen White here is what I came up with…
and here is how I pulled it off!
Pottery Barn Inspired Mirror DIY – Video Tutorial
Don’t forget to make sure and check out the playlist of the other talented YouTubers who joined this challenge this month and see what amazing pieces they created!
Oh and my co-host Heidi Sonboul upholstered a thrifted chair to look like something you would buy at Pottery Barn as well. Definitely check her video out too!
I hope you enjoyed the tutorial above and I hope this inspired you to recreate something you have been eyeing that is totally out of your budget. Just because you can’t buy it doesn’t mean you can’t “have” it!
See you real soon!