Nursery Finds.

*Image above from Mintwood Home, featuring their beautiful antique gold mirror. I love the way this nursery combines traditional (adult!) pieces with the prettiest soft green color for a nursery.

Are you designing (or re-designing) a nursery for your little one? Sharing some lovely finds (many of which are under $100) for a little one’s room below…

I SWOONED WHEN I SAW THIS LITTLE RATTAN CHAIR (20% OFF — $76 — WITH CODE BLOOMING)

THIS CHIPPENDALE HEADBOARD (SO MANY GREAT COLORS; WOULD LOOK AMAZING AGAINST WALLPAPER LIKE THIS!)

OR THIS GINGHAM HEADBOARD!

THIS BRAIDED AFFORDABLE RUG WOULD AFFORD HYGGE TO ANY PLAYSPACE

STYLISH AND WELL-PRICED BOOKSHELF IN GREAT COLORS

THESE ICONIC SCANDI ROCKING SHEEP HANDMADE BY PVOL KJER

IF THAT’S OUT OF BUDGET — LOVE THIS SIMPLE WOOD ROCKING HORSE

CAPE COD-STYLE KIDS CHAIRS AT A GREAT PRICE

A LITTLE READING TENT NOOK

SUCH A HANDSOME CRIB FOR A LITTLE LAD — WOULD LOOK AMAZING WITH THROW PILLOWS LIKE THIS TOSSED ON A NEIGHBORING CHAIR

A FLUSH MOUNT FIT FOR A PRINCESS

…OR A CHIC DRUM PENDANT TO ADD TEXTURE AND SOPHISTICATION

…OR A FUN GINGHAM PENDANT TO ADD WHIMSY!

SWEETEST HAND TOWELS FOR A NURSERY BATHROOM

ADORE THIS PINEAPPLE QUILT FOR A TWIN BED

HILL HAS THIS RIDE-ON CAR IN THE SILK GRAY COLOR AND IT’S THE KIND OF TOY I DON’T MIND HAVING OUT — DOUBLES AS DECOR

SWEET GINGHAM RUG

THIS $100 BOOKSHELF COMES IN A COUPLE GREAT SHADES OF BLUE

A SPLURGE ON A WOVEN BOOKCASE, BUT STILL ABOUT 1/2 THE PRICE OF THE MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE S&L VARIATION

LOVE THIS TOY STORAGE BENCH

AND THIS BEAUTIFUL WARDROBE FROM THE SAME COMPANY

CUTEST STRIPED HANGERS TO DISPLAY BEAUTIFUL CLOTHES

BOW RUFFLE PILLOW

SKIRTED STORAGE BENCH

SWEETEST SCALLOPED RUG (MACHINE-WASHABLE!!!)

P.S. My favorite bedtime books for children and my favorite bathtime gear for babies.

P.P.S. Time is a thief.

P.P.P.S. Building a layette for a little one.

4 Comments

  1. Ooooh also – my favorite budget-friendly tip for nurseries is cheap wall art. Just go to a high end stationary shop (Paper Source, for example) and buy a few different sheets of cute wrapping paper. Then get some inexpensive frames from Michael’s or similar et voila! – no more bare walls. Plus you can easily switch out the paper for a new look.

  2. That mirror (and dresser…and little white blouse…) is gorgeous! This is a great list, wish I would have known about that scalloped rug several years ago! Although I’m sure I wouldn’t have appreciated the value of machine washable when planning the nursery. Who can imagine projectile spit up until you’re cleaning it off the rug at 3:30am?? Also, we have similar textured drum fixtures (flush mount, though…) in both girls’ rooms and have been very happy with them.

    1. Ha – I know what you mean about not appreciating the value of machine washability / durability. I was aconvinced that we would be able to keep grubby fingers off our nice living room furniture and our dog off our expensive bedroom rug. Ha. Ha. Ha. (As I sob.) Now I’m just letting us wear those pieces to the ground and will buy something new after they’re a little older…!

      xx

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