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Results found for "nursery on a budget"

  • Unisex Nursery on a budget, We ended up having a boy so the pink things have since been replaced with blue things.  I bought the crib for 60 dollars and made most of the bedding and curtains., Nurseries Design

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  • Nautical Nursery on a budget. Suggestions welcome!, Hopefully this is a room our son can grow into and use for many years. Feel free to offer suggestions as long as they're not labor-intensive (I'm not painting stripes or installing a chair rail!) Even though it crowds the nursery we must use the queen-sized bed as we have no storage space. Thanks in advance for your thoughts!, Nurseries Design

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  • Alphabet Blocks Nursery - on a budget, I designed and painted this nursery myself  which was inspired by my daughter's crib bedding. We didn't have a lot of money to spend on furniture and accessories so I made the walls fun and colorful. We'll just paint over it when our daughter outgrows the 'blocks' theme., Nurseries Design

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  • Boy Nursery on a Budget, Baby blue boy nursery with Safari accents done on a budget!, Nurseries Design

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  • Lulu's new bedroom, This room went from being a bonus room that my husband used to do yoga and guitar jamming in to being our daughter's bedroom! The best part about this room is that it probably cost less than $200 for everything you see here. The crib was a hand-me-down the rest from garage sales: wicker table $3 all baby bedding $6 bookcase $5 etc., Nurseries Design

    Lulu's new bedroom

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  • Modern Baby Boy nursery on a Budget! , We wanted a Modern Boy nursery that looked design quality without the high designer cost.....our total cost including all supplies and furniture was under $800!  The ceiling pieces were cut from  5/8" plywood and painted to match the block wall.  We gave the look of crown molding by taping and painting to create this illusion.  We were inspired by another design we found and improved upon it  to fit our own style and taste. We used no VOC paint throughout and organic bedding.  , Nurseries Design

    Modern Baby Boy nurse...

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  • Baby Boy Nursery on a Budget, We are expecting our 3rd son and really tried to reuse and recycle and spend as little as possible.  We painted with leftover paint  and a can of 5 buck "mistint" paint.  We reused all the furniture for our other two and dug out some frames and art work that weren't in use- we plan on putting his intials in the frames above his crib once we decide on a name.  Topped off with window hardware and some light diffusing sheers and we have a little nest for our baby boy for about 30 dollars, Nurseries Design

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  • Nursery on a budget, This nursery was done on a small budget and with a giraffe theme. It was very gender neutral so we added the sports pictures to the wall to make it more suiting for our little boy. We went with green chocolate brown with giraffe print curtains., Nurseries Design

    Nursery on a budget

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  • Riley's Nursery on a Budget, This was a room on a budget.  I bought all the fabric on-line and sewed the bedding myself.  I did the painting on the wall to coordinate with the fabric.   I bought the letters from a local craft store I decoupaged some using fabric and painted the others.  I made the matching changing table cover.  For the chandelier I bought a used one off of craigslist for $20.  I spray painted it white.  I purchased the shades on clearance for $1.00 each and covered them with different fabrics., Nurseries Design

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  • Shabby chic nursery on a budget, We had a very tight budget with this nursery. All furniture was either bought second hand (we checked for recalls first) or were things we already had.

I made the drapery and crib bedding and painted the name banner that hangs in the corner behind the crib.

We are having a girl, but I wanted to do a neutral nursery that could be used for either. Once we found out that our baby was a girl, we "girled" it up with feminine details. 
, Nurseries Design

    Shabby chic nursery on...

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  • Tiny Nursery on a Budget, This is our nursery for our new daughter.  Most of the things I've gotten second-hand at thrift stores and garage sales or Ebay or in clearance.  The exception is the crib that I got from Walmart.  Suggestions on making the room better would be awesome! :), Nurseries Design

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  • Baby Girl Nursery on a budget!, I did everything you see in this room. From the paint, moldings and butterflies to the bed cushions, bed and crib skirt, bumper, and curtains. , Nurseries Design

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  • Nate's Nautical Seaside Nursery on a BUDGET!!, I went with a soft seaside beach theme.  This was all done on a budget.  The crib was my older sons ($0). The changing table I found on craigslist ($100).  The rocking chair was from a garage sale ($18)- it was black and gold and I fauxed it.  The side table was from Hobby Lobby ($20)- broken and it was also black and gold and I fauxed it.  The prints of the seashells are actually on tiles (originally $20 each, but on clearance for $3 each).  The frames for the shell prints (originally $39.99, but on clearance for $4).  I made the shelves for ($30).  The rug from Target ($50)  The bedding fabric ($40) and was custom made by a friend (PRICELESS!)

Grand total... $286!!!, Nurseries Design

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  • Brodie's Nursery on a Budget, The total  cost of our nursery was less than $1,000!! I wanted to use primary colors, because they stimulate intellectual development more than any other colors.  I grew up on the gulf coast and thought that a few nautical touches would give Brodie a taste of the coast!, Nurseries Design

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  • Boy nursery on a budget, Baby boy nursery/guest room.  Patterned animals and funky tree., Nurseries Design

    Boy nursery on a budge...

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  • Nursery on a Budget, You can be so creative with paint, wall decals, painted furniture and a little creativity!  We were on a tight budget and most everything was reused, repainted, or made from scratch.  I love that this room could be for either a boy or a girl, and that my little girl can grow with the room (as its not too baby-ish). , Nurseries Design

    Nursery on a Budget

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  • Green & Black Jungle Nursery on a budget, We created a nursery on a tight budget by doing almost everything ourselves. We also had to keep the walls a neutral color because we are selling our home. We agreed upon a jungle theme, but didn't want to use any pre-made store bought items. I did the paintings based on inspiration from my favorite childhood books, sewed the window treatments, picture frames and letter tiles myself. I also made the matching chandelier shades and used a $50 chandelier from Lowe's.com. The glider is the Patoka glider by Best Chairs., Nurseries Design

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  • Baby Boy's Nursery on a Budget, Our mission was to create a nursery on a budget, and I think we succeeded in that area!  Thanks to Craigslist and TJ Maxx, we purchased everything for less than $700!  Our favorites are the Drexel dressers ($150 each, Craigslist) and down filled rocking/swivel chair from Layla Grace (normally $1300ish, also scored on Craigslist for $150).  We lucked out and found matching window panels at Old Time Pottery for $12 (total), and the bedding/lamp came from TJ Maxx.  The saying on the wall was a clearance purchase when Linens and Things went out of business ($8)!  We are still working on getting art on the walls, etc.   We were determined to keep a neutral wall color so we did not have to re-paint when he outgrows this space!  Feedback is welcome, Thanks! , Nurseries Design

    Baby Boy's Nursery on...

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