we found out baby #2 was on the way, and wanted a bright, cheerful space for our daughter that wasn't too babyish or themed. all of the furniture is vintage and was purchased for just over $100. our daughter will be 21 months when baby #2 arrives, so we chose to buy a 2nd crib vs. move her into a bed. she is thrilled with her new space!
the first piece we stumbled upon was the Jenny Lind crib. we knew immediately we wanted to paint it bright pink.
vintage, whimsical, and fun.
crib: Jenny Lind $20, painted Benjamin Moore Deep Carnation
changing table: Jenny Lind style, Craigslist $15
dresser: vintage waterfall design, Craigslist $20
chair: vintage art marketplace, Indianapolis $40
side table: Craigslist $10, painted Benjamin Moore Yellow Rain Coat
IKEA lack shelf: www.ikea.com
Avalisa Rainbow Alpha canvas print: www.art.com
Mirrored Gallery Frame: www.westelm.com
Mixed Typography Birth Print: www.etsy.com/shop/mosieposies
Pandan Bin - Metallic Silver: www.serenaandlily.com
Kids Anywhere Chair: www.potterybarnkids.com
Strapping Floor Bin - Pink: www.landofnod.com
Janod Framboisine Doll Pram: www.oompatoys.com
Circo Multi-Colored Dot Crib Sheet: www.target.com
Textured Wool Rug, Natural: www.pbteen.com
Twisted Sheer, Pool: www.pbteen.com
Paint: Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray
the side chair became my favorite item. we stumbled upon it at a vintage arts marketplace and knew it would be perfect for her space. it is VERY comfortable and perfect for reading bedtime stories.
don't be afraid of color! scour Craigslist. be patient. it is TOTALLY realistic to complete your dream nursery on a limited budget. enjoy the process & the finished product!