A few months ago, we scored the little dresser for $40 and the rocking chair for $15.
We also scored a little rocking footrest for the rocker at Home Goods for $20.
This weekend, we had another awesome find. I don't have a picture of my version as it's still in my trunk, but we scored a Jenny Lind crib for $20 at a Habitat for Humanity store! It was tucked behind a bunch of ironing boards. Someone was obviously hiding it to come back for it, someone obviously didn't know I'm a digger. Now, we weren't looking for a crib as that feels like the one piece that is super weird to get when there's actually no baby, but at the same time, if we budgeted $200 for one, why pass one up when you see it for $20?
Then of course, while we were laying on the couch last night, prowling Craigslist thinking, "we have everything else, I wonder if we could find a Jenny Lind changing table on here" we found this awesome Jenny Lind inspired dresser with changing table on top for $50!
We have an appointment on Wednesday to go look at it, but I love the idea of actually having drawers to hold all that...baby stuff (especially since we don't have a linen closet- having a place to store extra crib sheets and stockpiles of socks is a good thing) then, when they get older, it just turns into a dresser instead of another piece of furniture in the basement.
I'm loving all these Jenny Lind spindles and am actually oddly excited to get in there with my paintbrush and start customizing these pieces!
If we get the above dresser on Wednesday, we will have furnished the whole nursery for under $140. Not too shabby if I do say so myself as it's less than the cost of us getting the one brand new crib.
What did you guys score this weekend?