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|Display Name:||Erin Bohannon|
I did a similar thing to a sewing table picked up at a thrift store for $10 - didn't know I was channeling Dorothy Draper at the time, but I think I was! http://heidishappyhome.blogspot.com/2011/01/what-i-did-over-christmas-vacation.html
Before & After: From IKEA to Dorothy Draper
|3/2/11 4:52 PM|
I vote for the curtain option to close off the closet area, and agree with the others as to not really needing a changing table specifically. You've got a great opportunity to be creative here - conside painting the inside of the closet to really make it feel like a room, and introduce fun fabric to really make it feel like its own little room. My DD only lasted one night in the pack n play in our bedroom - after that, we moved her to her own room and crib, and I credit that with the reason that she shtarted sleeping through the night (6 hour stretches) at about a month!
Carving Out a Nursery Nook in a One Bedroom Condo
|2/16/11 3:32 PM|
I know what you mean about getting lost in those New Year's projects! For the past 7+ days, all of my free time has been spent sanding, staining and otherwise refinishing an old sewing table I picked up at a thrift store for $10. I'm planning on repurposing it as a side/entry table in our living room - we'll see how it goes - but I'm by now so immersed in the project, I think I will CRY if it ends up as anything other than spectacular!!
Well, Hello There!
|1/3/11 11:54 AM|