Gorgeous Neutral Nursery Uses Thrift Store Finds for Fabulous Design

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With some clever DIYs, a few thrifted finds, and a lot of natural light, this peaceful nursery for baby Tristan is soft and inviting in all the right ways, a perfect room for baby. The crib and armoire were both Craigslist finds for $50 a piece. Talk about scoring big! 

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Tristan's mom knew she wanted to keep the nursery neutral even before she found out the gender of her baby boy. Thanks to its white walls and thoughtful styling, this space could easily work for a boy or a girl without getting heavy-handed on the particulars. 

A smart little supply station is mounted to a bulletin board and hung within easy reach for diaper and clothing changes. I love feeling organized, and this certainly does the trick! 

The mobile was a simple DIY project completed with craft store birds and sticks from outside. Simple and full of whimsy. 

What a darling little gallery arrangement! Mom sourced the free printable nursery art online and then sized and framed accordingly in frames found at a thrift store. Cost-friendly and aesthetically delightful -- a home run! 

I often wish I made more time to dunt down thrift store and Craigslist finds because rooms like these make me feel like there are good prizes to be had indeed!

Have you ever used thrift or consignment finds in your nursery design? I'd love to hear about it! 

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