I thought I had featured this but looking back, it never published. My apologies to Nealy from Bambina Babe (her awesome kitchen featured back in June) because I had the best of intentions. Hopefully better late than never applies. This nursery is the things inspiration is made of. (You can see all of her inspiration at Nursery Part I and she does a fantastic job of making her own version every bit as beautiful and special.)
Walls are Benjamin Moore Beacon Gray and the (faux) Roman shades are DIY!
I love that she calls it a compilation of junk and spray paint. HAHA! The result is beautiful and fun.
Love this art. She doesn’t say it’s definitely a do-able DIY project…
The bedding is MILDI (mother-in-law-did-it), sewing together a hodge podge of Amy Butler fabrics. It’s gorgeous!
Hot glue + pink pom pom trim = pretty touch to a plain lampshade.
The little lampstand/table is another thrifty find painted pink.
DIY name art (dischangers would be a great way to prepare these for hanging).
DIY lighting – she spray painted an old fixture from their dining room and added crystals with the help of her mom.
Isn’t it darling? Beautiful results using a little DIY and thrifty finds!
Thanks so much for sharing, Nealy! You did an amazing job on a small budget with great results! I love it!
See more of Nealy’s DIY talent and beautiful photography at