I always feel a little guilty when posting a Pottery Barn knock-off because I love Pottery Barn. But the guilt is short-lived because my Pottery Barn knockoffs do not pose a threat to this home decor powerhouse! An, sometimes my knockoffs are just not worth the effort… which leads me back to my favorite Barn.
This Pottery Barn kitchen table knockoff was put into play when I purchased these royal blue kitchen chairs.
The blue chairs added some much-needed color, but the blue chairs clashed with our black kitchen table we found on clearance at World Market. Here’s the table before the new chairs arrived. In hindsight, the original chairs looked good. Hmm…
Now some of you (my daughter & my sister and sister-in-law, and more than a few friends) are thinking this is why one buys a full price Pottery Barn table and matching chairs in the first place.
I turned to the Pottery Barn website to see if they had any tables on clearance to match my chairs. When I saw this white kitchen table online my kitchen table problem and solution were right in front of me.
I was staring at a kitchen table knockoff. And, the blue chairs, almost identical in mine was like destiny staring me in the face.
Pottery Barn Inspired Kitchen Table Knockoff
I love this photo. Is this the prettiest kitchen ever!
And in an hour or so on a Friday night, I created a Pottery Barn knockoff kitchen table.
I shared the paint details here.
Kitchen Table Paint Color
I used Benjamin Moore Marscapone. I tried painting it without a primer, but the dark color was not happy about the makeover. I did a quick base of primer; it was totally worth the extra paint roller and tray! #practicalpainter
I love the soft, cloudy white for the table. Now about those chair legs….should I paint them? My family has a running bet that as soon as I paint a piece of furniture it will end up in the neighborhood garage sale. Game on!
PS Let me know what you think about the chair legs… please!
Linking to: Savvy Southern Style