Home Sweet Home on a Budget: Nurseries

Fridays here at Remodelaholic are all about encouraging you to make your home a sweeter place to live without spending a bundle. This September, our focus is on children’s rooms, and today, I’m delighted to share some of the cutest rooms EVER with you.

These darling nurseries were all designed and decorated by moms who happen to be bloggers. Each has it’s own personal flair, but all of them were created with lots of DIY spirit and thrifty ideas. The pictures I’ve featured here are just the tip of the iceberg–make sure you click over to the featured blogs to read about and see sooooo many more budget (and baby!) friendly details.

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First up, I want to show you one room that functioned as two nurseries from Me & Wee. It’s a great example of how you can get more mileage from a space and some basic furnishings just by switching out art, accessories, and linens–very budget friendly!

Above, the pretty aqua and yellow girl’s version of the space:

And, down the road, the switch to a nautical boy’s room.

Recently featured here at Remodelaholic, this nursery from Owen’s Olivia is full of amazing details, like a pallet wall and ombre chevron curtains!

I really like the deep colors in this nursery by I Like It I Love It.

An ultra feminine nursery from Dear Lillie.

This nursery from Jones Design Company pulls double duty as a guest bedroom. Love all the vintage touches and sweet details.

The woodwork and built ins in the nursery at Sharps Farm give it such an elegant feel.

I love the framed art in this nursery from Honey We’re Home. It comes from a favorite children’s book, and you can read more about how to make your own here.

This must be the sweetest room ever to be found under the eaves of a house, from First Time Fancy.

Don’t those rooms make you want to have another baby or two, just for the fun of decorating a sweet nursery? Hmmm? Stay tuned for some big kid rooms, coming up next week!

Featured picture and Pinterest-friendly picture for this post came from here.

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  1. I really adore these nurseries. I am a bit more traditional with my furnishing, but I too embrace the low budget nursery and made my nursery double up for girl, and then boy, duty. I am not as talented as those above, but I try and it works for our family and our modest home. I’ll try to share soon.

  2. I’m a great fan of DIY and looking at the pictures here, I feel I could do it myself as well and the great thing is that they don’t even look like they were done on a budget. Great job!