Jenny Lind Baby Cribs In Bold, Living Color
Today, we have ideas for painting Jenny Lind baby cribs in bold, living color! So many of us have traditional, white Jenny Lind cribs or one in boring, stained wood that we don't want to put in a yard sale or donate either because it was passed down or we are just too darn cheap to part with something we might just be able to use again.
The answer to your dilemma may be as easy as a can of baby-safe spray paint.
I have a few examples to prove that nursery color isn't "just" about painting nursery walls.
This bright green crib would be cute for a neutral nursery and completely fabulous for a John Deere nursery theme.
A crib with a white finish is so fresh and versatile if not the most exciting choice.
A perk of hoarding old furniture is that we often can paint, upcycle and give it a new life using a technique as simple as spray painting it using a can or brush!
Now you know that unless you've decorated a nursery for the very last time, you should not get rid of any Jenny Lind baby cribs
unless there are safety issues or recalls involved because changing their look is not a problem.