CopyCat Decorating: The Pottery Barn Inspired Dining Room
Are you sprucing up the house? You may enjoy these decorating dupes! One of the great reasons for decorating with Pottery Barn inspired decor is that neutrals do not go out of style. If you start with a base of neutral colors, you can add accent colors easily by changing up your accessories.
We love to get “the look for less. Here at More with Less Today, paying full price just goes against our nature.
All prices were accurate at the time of posting but we all know that prices go up and down quickly. Be sure and double check the price before making a purchase. I welcome your comments and your decorating ideas!
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The Pottery Barn Veranda Round Chandelier retails for $399.
Instead, take a look at Lowes: allen + roth Harpwell 6-Light Oil Rubbed Bronze Chandelier $159.00
The Pottery Barn Glass Domes come in two sizes.
Instead, take a look at these look-a-like options from Target: Threshold™ Camelot Dining Chair with Nailhead Trim (Set of 2) , right now they are about $100 each. The burlap most closely resembles the Pottery Barn dining chairs.
These Pottery Barn Persian Style rugs range from $219 – $1599 depending on the size and style.
Instead try the Target Safavieh Aram Area Rug which starts at $35 and goes up, depending on the size.
The Pottery Barn Toscana Extending Dining Table retails for $1,499 – $1,899.
Instead, take a look at the Pier 1: Nolan Extension Trestle Table which is currently priced at $599.95.
The Pottery Barn Glass Stemware – a set of six is currently priced at $72.
You can also find them at Bed, Bath & Beyond: Shatterproof Martini Glass $3.99
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If you are a fan of CopyCat decorating, you may enjoy other posts in our series. What CopyCat look would you like to us to share next?