The goal was to find a vintage dresser that could double as a changing table – because we all know that most of the changing tables on the market these days are pretty blah. I found this mid-century piece for a steal at a flea market. The dimensions were just right for the room and for a standard changing pad.
I lightly sanded the whole piece and cleaned it really well. Then I spray painted the body of the dresser red.
The drawers were painted white for a fun contrast. And we purchased two new blue milk glass knobs for the top drawer. I love the way the dresser looks with the AMAZING Sharon Montrose baby deer print! What a talented woman!
We wanted a mirror above the bed to reflect light from the window. So another painted thrift store mirror came to the rescue!
Here are the befores:
And the after:
Don’t you love the little yellow stool? It’s from Home Goods! The little family of brass elephants are from a flea market, but you can find some just like it on etsy. And I LOVE Joanna’s beautiful egg lamp. It makes the nursery like a little planetarium!
And that’s it for little Toby’s nursery! I hope you enjoyed the tour.