Pottery Barn Ceramic Bunny Look for Less


Free makeover, the Pottery Barn ceramic bunny look for less!

Pottery Barn ceramic bunnyWhen I get a Pottery Barn catalog in the mail, it’s time for a cup of coffee and brainstorming session.  I don’t think they ever come up with anything that I don’t love, well except the price.

Pottery Barn Ceramic Bunny

Pottery Barn Bunny

I spotted this bunny and knew that I had a container just waiting for some spray paint:

Ceramic BunnyHere she is before her makeover.

Pottery Barn Bunny

What do you think?  $39.50 vs free

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These kind of trinkets can be found at Goodwill all the time.  Spray paint people, spray paint!

Pottery Barn BunnyHave you refreshed anything lately?

Thank you,

Debbie

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Comments

  1. 1

    This is so inspiring. I LOVE Spring decor, but not normally a huge fan of Easter-decor. This is completely adorable and I would definitely decorate with this little guy.
    Brandi @ Nest of Bliss recently posted..DIY Barn Doors

  2. 2

    Oh, this is darling! Love it against the black background.

    First time on your site. You created a great vibe!!

  3. 3

    Cute, cute, cuteness!! I love the bunny makeover, and the photos and styling. So pretty!!
    Shannon @ Fox Hollow Cottage recently posted..Fun With Polka Dots In The Kitchen {a cottage update}

  4. 4
    Margaret says:

    Great makeover! I prefer yours to theirs.

  5. 5
    Paula says:

    Your bunny’s new paint job is lovely. Actually looks nicer than PB version ;)
    Way to go!!!

  6. 6
    Nancy says:

    Ooooo, I love bunnies and this one is just charming (and much nicer than PB’s!) Your comment, “Spray paint, people, spray paint!” made me laugh … I can no longer look at home décor items without thinking, “Hmmm … I could spray paint that …” Thank you for posting such wonderful things on your blog; I just love it! Happy Spring! :)

    • 6.1
      Debbie says:

      What all are you going to spray paint Nancy ;)
      Thank you!

      • 6.1.1
        Nancy says:

        Well, I just finished spraying a tulip shaped ceiling fan bulb cover and a clear dollar store plate with a second coat of frosting spray, and I’m going to use them to make a cake stand to display seasonal décor items. And I have a few terra cotta flower pots that I want to spruce up for spring. And by the time I finish doing those, I’m sure I’ll have a dozen other items lined up to be re-beautified. :)

  7. 7
    dani says:

    It’s amazing how much more “artistic” the bunny looks painted! Love it!

  8. 8

    Oh what a difference a little paint makes!! Love it!! :)

    Nancy
    Nancy @ Artsy Chicks Rule recently posted..Feather Pillow “Fail” {and a simple “no-sew” fix}

  9. 9
    ChiWei says:

    Oh my goodness, now I want to go thrifting!

  10. 10
    Grace says:

    This is dear!
    I’m headed to The Goodwill tomorrow to see if I can find any bunnies!
    Thanks for the idea

  11. 11
    Rita says:

    Cuteness! Better than the PB version!
    I’ve spray painted but had trouble with the paint bubbling on a shiny surface. Any tips?

  12. 12
    Lynn says:

    I like your bunny better!

  13. 13
    Jan Thomason says:

    I thought that wooden one would be yours.
    I thought it was stupid and am surprised at
    myself that I scrolled any further.

    Yours is so so cute! And, you’re right. Goodwill.

  14. 14
    grace says:

    Hi!
    We loved your PB knockoff so much that we featured it in our Easter DIY Round Up! We couldn’t help, but share how cute and easy this idea is!

    http://teachlovecraft.com/easter-diy-round/

    -Grace

  15. 15
    Debbie says:

    I have a bunny almost exactly yours before you painted it white. Mine is from Harry and David, which I got years ago. I was just thinking yesterday I was bore with it and now I know exactly what I am going t do. Spray paint it ! Thanks for the inspiration.

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