DIY nursery on a budget. Full of girly details!
Polka dots, puppies, and tophats. I originally wanted something much more gender neutral, but surpisingly my husband wanted the nursery to be super girly. We compromised with the coral walls, and I added in some tophats to tone it down a bit.
A little quirky. Mixing vintage and new.
Wall color: Benjamin Moore Coral Gables
Copper Polka Dots: Inspiration from Oh Joy! post
Crib: Babyletto Modo
Changing table: Maison Sud (local to South Carolina)
Warm Fuzzies poster: Hammermill Press via Urban Outfitters
Elephant Print: etsy.com
Elephant Blanket: Weegoamigo
Bunny Magician Doll: BlaBla
All bedding/Changing Pad: Dwell Studio
Rocking Chair: Lowes
Rocking Chair Cover: Etsy Seller Rockin Cushions
Hadley Banner: Made by my Mom
Blonde Doll: Made by Jennifer Beeman of Grainline Studio
Dog prints (Stationary Cards in a Target Frame): Rifle Paper Co.
Bookshelf and Owl Basket: Target
I absolutely adore the handmade pieces. My mom made the banner above her crib and was used as decor for my baby shower as well. One of my best friends made the blonde doll complete with 2 outfits!
You don't have to spend a lot to make the nursery cosy and cute. The 2 big ticket items were the crib and dresser/changing table. We spent around $300 for each piece and plan to re-use them for future babies. We went with a traditional rocker to save money. The chair itself was $99 and we spent an additional $150 to order the custom cover. Everything thing else was pieced together over time until we stumbled across the right things at the right price!