Coastal decor isn’t usually my thing. But in the summer? I can get get into it!
But since it’s not something I’d use year-round, I can’t justify making an investment in these pieces. When I think about hosting a summer party (I just decorated my kitchen for summer), I always imagine gorgeous tablescapes using braided grass plate chargers from Pottery Barn.
And at $12 a piece they’re not terribly pricey…
Until you realize that you need about 12 of them for a proper set. So… $144 for glorified placemats? Ouch.
I refused to let my dream die though, so I came up with an amazing dupe that is silly affordable.
In this post, I’m going to show you how to make a braided seagrass plate charger (that looks exactly like the Pottery Barn version) for under $1 per placement.