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DIY Nursery Dresser Makeovers for Mom and Baby to Love

By AngEngland |

Turn an old dresser into a personalized, beautiful baby nursery item.

Giving a baby a space of their own is as important as it is fun. I love shopping for layette sets and décor for the walls. But the cost of a fancy nursery can soon add up!

To keep costs down and work in a bit of individual style, consider a dresser makeover. Check out these functional but fashionable DIY dresser makeovers. You’ll be able to personalize an older piece of furniture to match your desired look and design!

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DIY Nursery Dresser Makeovers for Mom and Baby to Love

Alphabet Dresser

Removable decals, fresh paint, new knobs are all it takes to take a dated 80’s veneer dresser to a modern and playful dresser. What I love about this dresser is that you can peel off the decals and update the look as baby grows! Step-by-step directions and photos at Country Living


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About AngEngland



Ang England is a freelance writer, editor, blogger, massage therapist and founder of the DIY website, Untrained Housewife. She is a former home decor and DIY contributor to Babble.

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2 thoughts on “DIY Nursery Dresser Makeovers for Mom and Baby to Love

  1. Annie @ Mama Dweeb says:

    wow!! I love the alphabet dresser. I am way not creative, but these gave me some wonderful decorating ideas. Thanks Angie!


    WOW! What an honor and a surprise to see my Tiffany Blue Dresser makeover on your site! Thanks so much for the feature!

    Mallory @ Classy Clutter

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