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4 Things to Repurpose for The Nursery

Save on costs by turning old pieces into new must-haves

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Photography: Dairy Darilag (Main Photo)

Converting an extra room into a nursery to welcome the newest addition to the family maybe a bit expensive. Think of the furnishings that you would need and the cost of paint should you paint the room. Fortunately, you can repurpose a couple of items found at home into pieces that your bundle of joy will surely love. To help you get started, here are a few items that you can work with:

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