Pottery Barn Knockoff Chaise

Today I am sharing my Pottery Barn Knockoff Chaise.  I have my eye on the entire collection, but until I am full time trophy wife, I need to stay thrifty!  Chesapeake Double Chaise

But, I am not a trophy wife..{yet} so I am forced encouraged to think differently at how I spend my our money.  So I got to thinking about my Costco chaises. The idea was right in front of me the entire time.


I just pushed the chaises  together to create a double chaise look.  It totally changed the look of the patio.


I love it!  It makes a great statement on the patio.  It’s funny how a 30 second change can make such a difference.   What do you think?

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    I had to stop by your blog because of the title! I am not a trophy wife either and I think your idea is perfection!!! I am going to be eyeing the yard sales!
    Your newest follower…

    Denise @ buttonsandwhimsy.com

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    Definitely makes a statement, it’s says come her and lay down, and enjoy! I like yours better, it’s more inviting, the other one to me is too big. Really like the red. So glad you shared your creative inspiration with Sunday’s Best!

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    I think I might like yours better. Thank you for sharing this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again on Monday. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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    Super idea! I saw one like this out in blogland and she draped the entire thing with a white ruffly sheet and threw pillows on it. It looks like a poolside bed! I love the happy red stripes on your cushions. So holidayish! :)

    xoxo laurie

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    It definitely makes a great statement in the patio, I love the contrast of the red and white stripes with the colors of the patio, well done, it looks really nice.

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