10 DIY Nursery Projects We Love
Decorating your little one’s nursery is an exciting time, but it can also require an excessive amount of creativity and craftsmanship. But no fear, we gathered our favorite bloggers to share their best nursery DIY tips and tricks since we all know the nursery can quickly become one of the messiest places in the house.
From bedtime accidents to diaper changes, odors and germs are probably also calling the nursery home. While choosing soft carpet from Phenix Flooring or durable hard surface flooring from TORLYS are great choices to keep bacteria and mold from growing on the ground, these ten projects will add the cutest, most imaginative details to your baby’s space. So grab your DAP and get in DIY mode, you have a nursery to build!
1. Zoe’s Nursery: Use curtains as a substitute to doors to ensure a practical and cute way to access the closet. The drapes, pom poms, and ribbon are all inexpensive items you can buy at any local craft store. Bonus points, this simple DIY will sure the ribbons used to make this shine stay organized and in place after the closet is done. (Image via Zoe’s Nursery)
3. Hello, Baby Brown: Your nursery space is limited, so double up your little one’s dresser as a changing station. Hello, Baby Brown also hung headbands above with twine and clothespins to add some practical flair that maximizes space. (Image via Hello, Baby Brown)
5. Thrifty & Chic: For under $7, give your curious kid a unique little reading nook: a three-sided teepee! All that’s needed to create this DIY is some PVC pipes, twine, a sheet and scrap fabric. (Image via Thrifty & Chic)
6. The Cleaner Home: We love laminate floors just as much as the next person, but they require a specific cleaning ritual to keep them squeaky clean. We came up with ten tips for keeping your laminate floors looking beautiful and germ-free.
7. MerMag Blog: Cloudy days are our favorite, which is why we highly suggest this DIY Cloud Room. All you need is some art paint, sponge roller, and some stencil adhesive to create a bright, cloudy bedroom in one short afternoon. (Image via MerMag Blog)
8. Peaches to Pearls: When setting up a spotless nursery, remember that it is not going to stay clean for long. Peaches to Pearls suggests our tech as an easy way to ensure a long-lasting, deep clean for your little one’s room. (Image via Peaches to Pearls)
10. The Handmade Home: This alphabet wall decor is a great interactive and educational way to decorate your nursery. With some twine, small clothespins, and printed out graphics, you’ll have the perfect accessory to an otherwise dull room. (Image via the Handmade Home)