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Baby Nash’s Vintage Nautical Nursery!


This is the Vintage Nautical Nursery my husband and I put together for our little boy. We  had a budget of $1000 and crafted and created the whole room for under $800! We love this space & wanted to share it with you! :)

Design Inspiration

I love anything vintage & my husband wanted a nautical theme so we blended the two & waala!

Decorating Style

Vintage, Ecclectic

Project Details

Where’d you get that?

Crib: Babies R Us Million Dollar Baby Foothill Crib

Bedding: I made the pillow, crib skirt, & crib blanket using THIS fabric

Crib Sheet: Target Lexington Fitted Crib Sheet

Changing Table/Dresser: Ikea (We already had this dresser)

Curtains: Target (Nate Berkus, Threshold, & Target Home Brand Linen Panels)

Rug: Target

Frames: Wooden Frames: Hobby Lobby Metal Frame: Target Nautical Frame: Hobby Lobby

Map Print Framed: Paper Source

Wooden & Metal Shelf: Hobby Lobby (already had this)

Decor On Wooden & Metal Shelf: Hobby Lobby, Target, & My sister made the “N” art work

Small Personalized Baby Hanger: Etsy

Wooden Bench: Antique  (we already had this piece)

Wooden Baskets: Target (already had these)

Small wooden table: Target (already had this piece)

Wire Baskets: Hobby Lobby (already had these)

Diaper Basket: My Aunt Linda made this! She sells these baskets & has many designs so contact me if you would like her info!

Glider: Target

Basket of Blankets: Target (already had this)

Nautical Bell: Hobby Lobby

NASH Letters: DIY Used Cardboard Letters from Hobby Lobby & Map Wrapping Paper from Paper Source

Vintage Camera Case: This was my dad’s camera case

White Shelf: Ikea

Nautical Table Lamp: Gift form my aunt

Port Hole Mirror: Hobby Lobby

Ubbi Diaper Pail: Babies R Us

Our TOTAL: $737 

Favorite Items

My favorite item in the nursery would have to be his bedding. I just love the fabric and although it isn't perfect, it was made with lots of love.


Use what you have & shop sales!  Even if you don't have a sewing machine, you can craft many of the elements and details yourself & that will save you lots of money overall!

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  3. avatar Ashley Garcia says:

    HI! I’m getting ready to start on our new nursery. I was wondering about the brand name & paint color that you used? It goes perfect with the theme we are using!

  4. avatar Ali says:

    I love this paint color! Could you let us know what you used? Thank you!

  5. avatar Kate says:

    Can you please share the name of both color paints that were used? Thank you so much! Beautiful room!

  6. avatar Stacy says:

    Will you please provide the two paint colors used? We have the MDB Foothill collection with a similar nautical theme. Only piece missing to our little one’s nursery is the perfect wall color! Thanks!

  7. avatar Jessica says:

    What is the paint color?

  8. avatar Bonnie says:

    What is the name of the paint color you used?

  9. avatar Sara brown says:

    Beautiful! What is the paint color?

  10. avatar Alycia says:

    Would love to know the paint color please :)

  11. avatar Heather says:

    I am in love with the fabric you chose for the baby blanket what is the fabric called? I looked on the website but could not find it. I am in love with your nursery! I am also curious about what color of paint you used?

  12. avatar Natalie says:

    Do you have pattern instructions for the crib bedding??

  13. avatar Joannie says:

    Can you please provide paint color… Pretty pleeeeeeaaase

  14. avatar Katie says:

    I love your paint color. Can you tell me what it’s called?

  15. avatar Ginger says:

    Lovely space. I just wish you didn’t have to post them in collage form. I love looking at the details, and your shots are too small because of the collage.

  16. avatar Jenni says:

    What is the wall color? Am I just missing it in the above listed items?

  17. avatar Jillian Scotts says:

    Oh my, what pretty little details!