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Nursery Dresser Ideas:  9 Makeover Inspirations 

Cut down costs in the nursery by designing the dresser yourself! You’ll end up with the perfect piece for your nursery without having to compromise on the look. You may already have an older dresser in the home or you can surely find someone in your area selling one for mighty cheap. Either way, let’s take a look at some baby dresser ideas to dress up that dresser!

Do you have a nautical nursery? Surf these dresser drawers with painted on waves.

This beautiful dresser has a clean yet vintage fell.  It’s slightly distressed, yet the hardware finishings give it a crisp style. House numbers were used for these drawers. There are tons of different objects that you can use as pulls on the drawers that you may never thought of using. Search some ideas that go with your nursery theme.

This pink ombre dresser is fit for a princess.  The soft colors give this piece elegance in a little girl’s room.

This petite dresser makes a bold statement with this coral ombre design. It also complements the lovely gallery wall above. Check out our blog on Gallery Walls!

Change the appearance of a plain dresser by applying wallpaper. You can put wallpaper on the front of the drawer, sides, and inside!

Also save space in the nursery by putting the changing pad on top of the dresser.

Using chalkboard paint on the dresser can be very convenient and fun. You can write a sweet message, draw a picture, make a to-do list, label the drawers, and the list goes on and on. And the beautiful part, you can change what you mark on it at any time.

Get a sophisticated look by doing the dipped trend. Using metallic paints will have any dresser looking fancy!

Turn an old chest into a dresser. Paint on perfectly imperfect stripes and distress to create a vintage fashion. The already built in keyhole completes the look.

Really consider what you can do with a little paint and some time. It will save you a ton in the end. More money to spoil that baby with! What potential did you see in old furniture that you revamped for the nursery? Share in the comments below!