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Sophies elegantly fun pink and gold nursery made playful with pops of tiffany blue. Lots of DIY and revamping to meet a $2000 budget.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: celebdesigns
Created: Jul 3, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 18
I love to do something different so when I found out that we would be having another boy I wanted do something that would stand out! I spent a lot of time in antique stores and Hobby Lobby to get most of the wall decor. The beds were $100 beds from walmart. I covered foam with red and white vinyl to make them look like diner benches. I used the same vinyl for the valances. The dresser was my favorite project! I bought a $25 dresser off of craigslist and trimmed it with chrome stick on car trim. Then I "borrowed" the Craftsman logo from my husbands tool box. The green night stand was an old broken pepsi cooler that I got from an old antique store downtown for $50. The floor is garage flooring that I ordered online. It is hard and great for race cars but not soft on the knees. My husband found an old grill and light rings from a Nash Rambler, we have push lights to go into the rings so that they will light up but have not finished those yet :)
7 file(s) - Uploaded by: So Childish Des...
Created: Jun 18, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 12
A gender neutral space that went from nursery to toddler. Soft yellow tones as a backdrop for pops of color to dance on.