Our entertainment unit was a boring piece of furniture.
Not entertaining at all, if you don't count the TV.
It was time for change.
We happily committed to joining Debbiedoo's Knock-Off Party.Our inspiration was a beautiful Pottery Barn entertainment unit.
Did we come close to our inspiration photo?
Wellllll.......sort of, kind of, maybe a little bit!
Did we have fun? Yes! Spend a lot of money? No!
Their gorgeous entertainment unit.
The bridge makes the entertainment unit look pulled together.
Why we didn't decorate the wall before is a mystery to us.
We couldn't afford all the framed art so we made our own.
Fabric over canvas is very inexpensive and can easily be changed.
The Grays Anatomy textbook belonged to Steve's dad when he was in dental school.
This 1936 Doubleday Bulletin was a thrift store find for 25 cents.
It's in perfect condition.
Two issues plague our marriage and yes, they have led to
1. BIG speakers 2. Steve's Startrek looking rocker recliner.
Thank you for stopping by to see our Pottery Barn inspired entertainment unit knock-off!
Feel free to Pin our photos or join us on our Pinterest Boards.
~ Marla and Steve ~
This post is lined to:
Tweak It Tuesday at Cozy Little House
Treasure Hunt Thursday at From My Front Porch To Yours
Grace at Home at Imparting Grace
Bliss at Home at The Bliss Diaries
Catch As Catch Can at My Repurposed Life
Winter Knock-Off Party at Debbiedoo's