Logan’s Nursery

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My son's nursery, inspired by the alphabet murals found on Project Nursery!

Design Inspiration

Project Nurseries Alphabet Murals as well as classic childhood decor!

Decorating Style


Project Details

Great design does not have to be expensive, creativity and elbow grease costs nothing!  It only cost $400.00 to decorate this room! It was alot of work but I thinkthe outcome was worth it! Look everywhere for inspiration! I started a design file long ago, saving photos of inspiration from all types of  sources! I also gathered my supplies from lots of discount stores, you would be amazed at what you can find downthe dollar aisles!

Favorite Items

The truck shelf, I found that at a local antique store for $15.00! It's handcrafted and very well made!


Gather your ideas find inexpensive ways to pull them off and just go for it!


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    You are absolutely right. You don’t have to shell out a lot of money to come up with a superbly designed room. I can’t believe decorating this pretty room only cost $400, but hey, you did it! Hats off to you!

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    I think pastel colors are so sweet and delicate colors, and very appropriate for babies. Nice job going for these colors. And oh, I notice there’s no crib? You opted for a little bed instead?

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    Butterscoth: Thank-You!

    Dandelion: Thank-You! Yes, I wanted a mixture of classic and modern, so I chose to go with the classic baby colors, I also wanted it to be gender neutral as I didn’t know what we were having until half-way into this project. We have chosen to be Montessori parents and therefore are using the Montessori infant sleeping method, which uses a low-bed instead of a crib. Here is a link for more information on that: http://mariamontessori.com/mm/?p=921   if you curious!

    amanda: Hi! actually I made the mobile, cut the plane shapes out of balsa wood, assembled and then covered with scrapbooking paper. I then covered a embroidery hoop with ribbon and hung the planes. If I had to do it again I would have just bought some inexpensive gliders from the Dollar Store and painted or covered them, this took alot of work!

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    I love a lot of stuff in here. Love the 3D curiosity boxes. Love the artworks on the wall. Love those little Love those cutesies hanging by the window. And to think all these at so little cost!

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