The Look for Less: 10 Anthropologie Inspired Crafts

Raise your hand if, like me, you’re a big Anthropologie fan! Yeah. I suspect most of you are raising your hands right now. There is just something about Anthro’s boho look that speaks to me. That being said, few and far between are my Anthropologie purchases because the price tag is often just a little too big for my home decorating budget. But you know what that means …where there’s a will, there’s a way and whole slew of crafty bloggers have taken on the challenge of bringing that Anthro look home without breaking the bank. For that we can all be thankful because the Internet is loaded with amazing DIY Anthro-like tutorials. Want to jump on the bandwagon? (I know I do!) Dress your home in designer style for a whole lot less with these 10 Anthropologie inspired crafts!

  • 10 DIY Anthropologie Inspired Crafts 1 of 11
    10 DIY Anthropologie Inspired Crafts

    Get the designer look for less with these 10 Anthropologie inspired crafts!

  • DIY Striped Tablecloth 2 of 11
    DIY Striped Tablecloth

    Echoing the look of a boldly striped neon tablecloth that I've had my eye on at Anthro for months and months, I love this amazing DIY tablecloth. Make your own with an inexpensive beige tablecloth and fabric paint!
    Get the how-to at Oh Happy Day | Photo by Modern Kids Photography

  • DIY Zinc Letters 3 of 11
    DIY Zinc Letters

    Made from inexpensive paper mache letters and two shades of craft paint, these inexpensive letters have the same look as the more expensive zinc version. I love this cute EAT sign for a kitchen, but you can customize yours with whatever word or initials you'd like!
    Get the how-to at Sugar & Charm

  • DIY Colorblock Rope Baskets 4 of 11
    DIY Colorblock Rope Baskets

    Perfect for organizing and stashing craft or office supplies or even makeup brushes, I love the look of these colorblock rope baskets. You can make them with a simple tin can, cotton rope and yarn!
    Get the how-to at Craftberry Bush

  • DIY Flower Embellished Vase 5 of 11
    DIY Flower Embellished Vase

    Make a show stopper out of an old vase with a pretty floral embellishment! The flower is made with modeling clay, painted, and then attached with hot glue.
    Get the how-to at Made By Girl | Created by Jana Bek | Photo by Erik Melvin

  • DIY Basket Pendant Light 6 of 11
    DIY Basket Pendant Light

    Made from a basic black wire basket, I love how this piece looks when transformed into a pendant light! A lamp kit, a bit of paint and an outlet cover and the transformation is complete.
    Get the how-to at Under the Sycamore | Photo by Ashley Ann Photography

  • DIY Pom Pom Pushpins + Magnets 7 of 11
    DIY Pom Pom Pushpins + Magnets

    Ever the fan of colorful pom poms, I love how they dress up everyday notes and clippings as pushpins and magnets! You can make them with yarn or pre-made pom poms and a hot glue gun.
    Get the how-to at One Sheepish Girl

  • DIY Butterfly Tea Towel 8 of 11
    DIY Butterfly Tea Towel

    A big burst of sunshine for the kitchen, I'd love to add this butterfly embellished tea towel to my ever-growing collection. The addition of little pom pom trim is so cute!
    Get the how-to at Henry Happened 

  • DIY Patterned Journal 9 of 11
    DIY Patterned Journal

    Mimicking the look of a pricier journal, use a basic blank notebook, ModPodge and gift wrap in a pattern you love to whip up a journal you'll love to keep at your desk or bedside.
    Get the how-to Radical Possibility

  • DIY Red Trimmed Plates 10 of 11
    DIY Red Trimmed Plates

    I love basic dinnerware with just a pop of interesting color. These inexpensive white plates get a designer look for the cost of a porcelain paint pen!
    Get the how-to at Rust & Sunshine

  • DIY Felted Flower Lampshade 11 of 11
    DIY Felted Flower Lampshade

    You can spend $98 for the original lampshade or you can create your own version by making felt flowers and attaching them to an inexpensive burlap shade with fabric glue. Isn't it gorgeous?
    Get the how-to at Another Crafty Day


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