I thought it’d be fun to share a few photos of Mae’s nursery today! I’ve been a little hesitant about sharing her nursery because I don’t considered it finished. It’s always a work in progress and I have a few upcoming projects planned for it. But I figured I may as well post it now and I can share updates as I get to them!
mae's nursery tour | thrifty littles blog
I wouldn’t say that Mae’s room has any theme – I just buy what I like! I love color in children’s rooms and I wanted her room to feel very kid-friendly & playful.

mae's nursery tour | thrifty littles blog
I painted the blue strip behind Mae’s bookshelves to add a bit of color to this wall. It was the easiest project & I love the way it turned out! But I do have a confession, the IKEA frame ledges as book shelves kind of drive my nuts. Mae’s books are always falling off of them. If I could do it again I’d probably try these instead. 
The woman in the photograph is my beautiful Grandma Louise. Mae’s middle name is Louise, after her great-grandma.
mae's nursery tour | thrifty littles blog
I think this Dash & Albert throw is a must for every nursery! It’s huge and I’ve spent many nights snuggled up in it with Mae. It’s machine washable, super cozy, & comes in lots of prints.
mae's nursery tour | thrifty littles blog
mae's nursery tour | thrifty littles blog
mae's nursery tour | thrifty littles blog
Did you know that Walmart has the BEST selection of affordable modern cribs? They sure do! We just love ours! The darling pink & yellow quilt was made by one of my childhood friends for Mae. It’s one of my favorite items in her room. 
mae's nursery tour | thrifty littles blog
The circus growth chart was sent to us from Petite Lemon, one of my favorite children’s brands. It’s a thick canvas with metal grommets and can be easily hung using 3M Command Hooks, making it super easy to move from one space to another. 
mae's nursery tour | thrifty littles blog
mae's nursery tour | thrifty littles blog
The material for Mae’s closet was purchased from this Etsy shop and it much less busy looking in person! 🙂
mae's nursery tour | thrifty littles blog
We inherited the midcentury dresser from Ryan’s grandma who was the original owner. The diaper organizer is a kitchen cart from IKEA and works perfectly for this purpose!
mae's nursery tour | thrifty littles blog

All other sources for her room are below.  If I forgot anything, please feel free to ask in the comments.  I’ll post room updates as I complete them, someday soon I hope! 🙂

Furniture:

Crib – Baby Mod at Walmart | Rocking Chair – The Land of Nod | 
Diaper Organizer – IKEA | Storage Baskets – Target
Wall Art:
  Be Little Print – Hello Maypole | Abstract Art Print – The Land of Nod 
Wildflower Print – The Wheatfield 
Wall Decor:
Growth Chart – c/o Petite Lemon | Gold Dot Decals – c/o Urban Walls
Fawn Clock – The Land of Nod | Rhino Bust – Anthropologie
Wooden “M” – c/o East + Acland | Frame Ledges – IKEA
Other Decor:
Curtain Rods – The Land of Nod (bird finials here) | Crib Sheet – The Land of Nod
Ruffle Tutu – Rock Your Baby | Pom Pom Garland – Steph Loves Ben
Rainbow Throw – Dash and Albert