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Oodles of Pineapple Home Decor for Pineapple Lovers

If you’re a fellow pineapple lover, today is your lucky day. I’m sharing the 40 of my favorite pineapple home decor products for every room in your house! 

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During the most recent round of the One Room Challenge, I made over one of our teen daughter’s bedroom from an outdated, tiny closet of a room, into an updated boho bedroom dream! Said daughter is a huge pineapple lover. One of the requests she made for her room – pineapple home decor! I also love pineapples and have done a craft project or two around the fruit. I can’t say I blame her for loving them – there is just something so sweet and summery about this tropical fruit and these days pineapple decor is EVERYWHERE.
During the make-over, I put in a lot of time sourcing pineapple decor for the home and thought I’d share some of what I found. I had NO idea, so many pineapple-shaped home accent options existed – can you say pineapple diffuser or speaker?
 If you are a pineapple lover or know someone who is, this is the list for you!

40 Pineapple Home Decor Products for People who love Pineapples



Thirstystone Wood and Marble Pineapple Coasters with Gold Stripe (Set of 4) • Thirstystone • $24.99
Safavieh Kelly Table Lamp in Yellow • Safavieh • $124.99
Bulbing – Pineapple Lamp – Glass/Plywood Birch • $108.49
Fenella Smith – Flamingo & Pineapple Useful Jug • $35
Thirstystone Marble/Mango Wood Pineapple Serving Board • Thirstystone • $46.99
Deny Designs ZW Day Pineapple Twin Duvet Cover in Green • Deny Designs • $96–180
Illume Coconut Milk Mango Pineapple Candle • $28
Anthropologie Pineapple Doormat • Anthropologie • $42
Opalhouse Pineapple Peel & Stick Removable Wallpaper Disco Brown/White • $29.99
Deny Designs Pineapple Farm Ceramic Coffee Mugs (Set of 4) • Deny Designs • $45
Urban Outfitters Reversible Sequin Pineapple Throw Pillow • Urban Outfitters • $29
Tooletries Pineapple Toothbrush Holder • $18
Threshold Pineapple Bookends, White/Gold • Threshold • $19.99
Thirstystone Tropical Pineapple Single Square Coaster • Thirstystone • $2.99
Pier 1 Imports Tropical Flowers Pineapple Tea Towel • Pier 1 Imports • $12.95
Pier 1 Imports Be a Pineapple Wooden Tray • Pier 1 Imports • $24.95
Cost Plus World Market Mini Gold Pineapple Frame • Cost Plus World Market • $9.74
Cost Plus World Market Gold Pineapple Micro LED Battery Operated String Lights • Cost Plus World Market • Sold Out
Lilly Pulitzer Pineapple Mirror • Pottery Barn Teen • $129
Pineapple Crown Wall Art by Minted®, 24 x 24, White • Pottery Barn Teen • $44–300
Pineapple Life Tea Towel • $15
Slant Collections Pineapple Trinket Tray • $16
Lc Lauren Conrad LC Lauren Conrad Pineapple Coaster Set • Lauren Conrad • $10.40
Lilly Pulitzer Swirling Floral Pineapple Ring Holder • Lilly Pulitzer • $30
Anthropologie Pineapple Bookends • Anthropologie • $48
Artfully Walls Pineapple Wall Art • $278
Anthropologie Pineapple Kids Sham • Anthropologie • $28–44
Deny Designs Dash and Ash Pineapple Paradise 16″ Square Decorative Pillow • Deny Designs • $75
Stradivarius Pineapple Jewelry Stand • $21
Stradivarius Pineapple Light • $26
Audiology Audio Technology of New York Pineapple Bluetooth Speaker • $34.99
Birch Lane Pineapple Candle • Birch Lane • $37.99
Marmont Hill ‘Purple Pineapple’ by Shayna Pitch Framed Painting Print • $88.99
Intelligent Design Gold Pineapple Painting Print • $17.96
Rosanna Patio Party Pineapple Accent Tray • Rosanna • $33.99
Ready2hangart ‘Fiesta Pineapple’ by Sarah LaPierre Painting Print on Wrapped Canvas • $37–88
Southern Tide Pineapple Sheet Set • $34.99–49.99
Brewster Wall WallPops Pineapple Wall Art- Set of 2 • $47
One Kings Lane Pineapple Outdoor Pillow – Gold • One Kings Lane • $45


A few things on this list are in our daughter’s room and there are a few more I may be eyeing up for myself! With most items coming in under $50, I hope you find something on this list that you can love, too!

What’s your favorite pineapple home decor item on the list? 

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How to create a colorful tray from a cheap picture frame

A lively and colorful decorative tray couldn’t be simpler to create when you start with an inexpensive box picture frame! 

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Using a decorative tray in your home decor is a super easy way to infuse style and color. And, with so many ways to use it, a tray is an economical choice as well! Here are some ways I’ve used trays in the past:

  • Turn an ottoman into a side table by adding a tray on top
  • Show off a favorite collection of items – plants, accents, pictures in frames – anything goes!
  • To corral bathroom or makeup items
  • Add flowers or plants for a fun centerpiece
  • As a serving tray – can’t forget that one

Sometimes, things are even more special when you can customize them. Today I’m showing you how you can make this versatile piece for under $!10.

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Even better, it’s time for another Create With Me challenge!  I skipped the month of June – just too much going on with my kids home for summer –  so I am extra excited to be back for the month of August.  You voted for our team to create with picture frames!  There are so many great projects you can create with picture frames, but one of my favorite things to do with a picture frame – precisely an inexpensive acrylic box frames – is to create fun and unique decorative trays!

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Here’s what I used to create this fun, colorful tray:
  • An 11 x 14 acrylic box frame – I found mine at Hobby Lobby, but this is a great deal!
  • Nail polish in various colors, including clear
  • Navy blue high gloss acrylic paint
  • Painters tape
  • Make your tray

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  • 1.To create your tray, turn the box frame over, remove the “box” meant to hold the picture in place, turn it over, and voila – a tray!

  • 2. To make sure you get a crisp edge, add painters tape around the inside edge of the frame.

    3.Paint clear nail polish around the inside edge of the painter’s tape to minimize any seepage.

    4. Next, paint the bottom of your tray with your acrylic paint. Allow it to dry between coats.

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  • 5. Now it’s time to add some color! You can add any pattern you want with your nail polish – I went with a series of dashes alternating my colors. Allow your tray to drive for a full 24 hours before using it to give the nail polish a chance to cure.

    6. Style away!

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I love how mine turned out, and I can guarantee you’ll be seeing it around my home. Have you done a picture frame make-over? We’d love to see what you’ve come up with! Post your pictures to Instagram using the hashtag #createwithmeprojects!


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Thanks so much to Samantha of Little Bits of Home for hosting such a fun challenge!


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How to Make Your Front Porch a Showstopper this July 4th

Reusing many items you likely have around your home,  you can have the best front porch in the neighborhood this 4th of July. These ideas cost little and but are big on patriotic fun!

I’m so excited to be participating in Garden and Outdoor Spaces Blog Hop for the second year in a row! I had such a fun time creating a functional and charming outdoor seating area in my driveway last year. Many thanks to the always sweet Tara at Lehman Lane for hosting this fun hop and be sure to check out all of the other Garden and Outdoor spaces from my blogging buddies at the end of this post.

As for me, I’m talking about my front porch and the 4th of July.

For me, the 4th of July brings to mind a time gone by.  Parades, fireworks, apple pie, picnics and ice cream cones, cook outs with hot dogs, cheeseburgers, and corn on the cob – banners on every door and the flag flying high on every front porch, which by the way, has a pitcher of lemonade ready to serve! It’s America at it’s best, but with a nostalgic spin.

With the 4th quickly approaching, it is time to get into the patriotic spirit. What better way to celebrate than to decorate your front porch during this festive day?  Reusing many items you likely have around your home,  you can have the best porch in the neighborhood that’s little on cost and big on patriotic fun. *This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Please see our disclosure statement for further information. Thanks for supporting Knock it Off Kim! 

How to Make Your Front Porch a Showstopper this July 4th


An easy and inexpensive accessory, nothing says 4th of July more than Old Glory!.


Adding red or navy throw pillows to our  DIY Upcycled Handwoven Rockers softened the modern style. These cushions are made with quick-dry filling and outdoor fabric to make sure they hold up to the elements.


What says Americana and summer more than a bicycle? It’s funny, this bicycle of mine doesn’t get a lot of use in the riding department, but it certainly makes an adorable planter.

The blue ribbons holding the basket add a nice pop of color. When my husband saw I’d parked the bike at the front door, he only shook his head. We’d recently decided I should get rid of it because I don’t use it, but clearly,  I’m a hoarder, and will do anything to keep it!

A few decorative signs, an antique-style wall planter, and plaques complete the look.


Red, white, and blue, with shots of yellow flowering plants add color and texture to an otherwise neutral front porch. I love how the colors pop off of the white and turquoise in the bicycle.


I made this DIY Red, White, and Blue Swag Wreath years ago but it’s still one of my favorite things to ring in the fourth. The tea-stained fabric has a nostalgic look that I love.



With a few additions to your front porch, you’ll have an outdoor space to enjoy long after the 4th of July!

How are you planning to show your red, white and blue?




Be sure to check out my blogging buddies outdoor space ideas!  Thanks for stopping by!

Garden and Outdoor Spaces Ideas for your front porch

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