3 Ways To Turn Ordinary Items Into Pottery Barn Style Home Decor

Here are 3 perfect ideas to beautifully up-cycle your unused items.

By Hometalk Hits

Step 1: Clean window

You can also sand down the edges of the frame and paint it.

Step 2: Tape papers to create stencil

Measure the glass and tape pieces of paper together to fit the size.

Step 3: Draw your design

Use a Sharpie marker to create your monogram letter or any design of your choice.

Step 5: Slide paper under window

Align the paper as close to the center as the possible.

Step 6: Trace stencil with silicone

Apply silicone in small sections, using the stencil underneath as a guide.

Step 7: Begin laying gems on the silicone

Carefully lay the gems on the silicone, pressing down so that the gem is flat on the glass.

Step 8: Fill blank spaces with clear gems

Repeat this method adding clear gems to complete the window.

Create a multipurpose piece from a spool

This idea using an electrical spool looks cute and is super functional!

Step 1: Measure the spool

Measure the heigh of the spool - this is the measurement you'll use to create the spindles.

Step 2: Paint the spool with a pretty color!

You can paint just the top or the bottom side as well.

Step 3: Cut the dowels

Use a chop saw or manual saw to cut the spindles to the height of the spool.

Step 4: Attach spindles

Screw a 2" wood screw through the underside of the spool, place the spindle under, and drill the screw in.

Step 5: Attach casters to bottom

Evenly space out your casters and attach them using screws.

Step 1: Remove screws from table legs

Use a pair of pliers to twist the screws out of the table legs.

Step 2: Mix epoxy glue

Make sure not to get this stuff on your hands!

Step 3: Adhere saucers to legs

Apply epoxy to the table leg, flip the saucer upside down and stick in place.

Step 4: Paint candle holders

Show your personality with the paint color! Apply two coats for a rich, solid finish.