Inspiration: Toddler Room Makeover on a Budget

Inspiration: Toddler Room Makeover on a Budget

Alejandra Valera
Sep 28, 2009

There's nothing that makes us more excited than a great room makeover -- unless that room makeover is achieved on a fantastically affordable budget. Ohdeedoh reader, Tirzha, sent us an e-mail telling us all about her daughter's toddler room makeover. The entire cost of the project was $235.

Tirzha tells us, "I love design...but due to many factors I suffer from not being able to afford most of the things I see unless it's a DIY project. So, I went on a mission to redesign my toddler's room with as little money as possible. As much as I'd love to fill it with non-generic designer items, it's not possible right now (and not practical for my toddler!) I think I was able to pull of a clean, adorable look for very little money."

We hear you, Tirzha. Some of the items in the room makeover included:

• Bedding, pillow, rug from Target, $60
• BHG taffeta sun blocking curtains from Walmart, $30
• Chair from ARC thrift store, $5.50
• Hanging Pom-Poms, $5.50 for supplies (fishing line and tissue paper)
• Paint found on Craigslist, free

What a great job of planning and executing the perfect room for Anna. Thank you for sharing, Tirzha! For more photos and makeover tips, visit Tirzha's Web site Not Your Average Mama.

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