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As part of the recent At Home DIY Blog Hop we all made a piece of furniture that was inspired by a designer look but made budget friendly by DIY’ing these ourselves. So today I rounded up my favorite top 10 designer furniture knock-offs to share.

This West Elm inspired knock off bookshelf from Two Feet First gives that modern industrial farmhouse look at a fraction of the cost.

 

I am in love with this DIY Tripod Floor Lamp from Savvy Apron! It looks exactly like the inspiration photo from Ballard Designs and it cost her around $5! Amazing!

 

Carmen and her husband from Living Letter Home created this beautiful Restoration Hardware knock off farmhouse table and it is amazing! And she spent less than $150!

 

This DIY Blanket Ladder is from yours truly. I have always wanted one but never wanted to pay the price tag that most places want. It now holds my quilts and it looks great!

A finished blanket ladder leaning against a wall with three different quilts hanging from the rungs with a blue hutfch in the background

 

A console table for under $150 and it is covered in textured wallpaper?? Yes Please! Teri from TMooreHome used a Serena and Lily console table as inspiration and I think it looks so great, I love that textured wallpaper that she added instead of paint or stain!

 

Eileen at Just Measuring Up created this super adorable simple round stool that was inspired by one at West Elm and she only spent $15! Such a great deal!

 

This DIY Modern End Table from Girl, Just DIY! was inspired by one at Crate & Barrel and I love her version so much better and the price tag of only $30!

 

I have a soft spot for plant stands as I have a slight obsession with indoor plants. This upcycled rope spool plant stand from Zucchini Sisters is super cute and I love it more than her inspiration from Ballard Designs and she was able to upcycle a discarded spool! All a win in my book.

 

I love to search Pottery Barn for inspiration but those price tags on some things are just not reasonable! Jen from The House of Wood thinks the same, she created this DIY Pottery Barn Inspired bench for only $35 and didn’t spend the hundreds of dollars that Pottery Barn wanted! Awesome!

 

This $40 adirondack chair from Virginia’s Sweet Pea is amazing and looks exactly like the LL Bean one that inspired her build and didn’t cost hundreds of dollars!

 

All of these projects are so amazing! I hope you find inspiration to create your own furniture or upcycle a trash or thrift store find!

 

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