I’ll be the ten thousandth person to tell you that kids aren’t cheap. Here at Project Nursery we always stress that the nursery should be a happy spot for parents as well as baby. So how do you get the nursery of your dreams without blowing your budget? Well, September is Walmart’s Best of Baby Month, and we are excited to partner with them to show you how you can achieve an on trend nursery design for less than $900 during Walmart’s month of special savings on baby items.
While you can find all sorts of savings on baby gear too, you know us, we honed right in on checking out the nursery furniture and decor. I had so much fun pulling together this nursery, keeping trends like boho elements, natural crib finishes, sophisticated styling and animal portraits in mind because we want you to save and have a nursery you love. While we live and breath nursery trends here at Project Nursery, if you aren’t sure where to start, Walmart also organizes nursery decor by style to help you discover your own tastes.
We opted for a gender neutral design, but you can find plenty of options to make this design swing more feminine or masculine. (We loved this pink rug, too.) When deciding on a nursery budget, we suggest spending more on the items that you could potentially reuse for another child or somewhere else in your home. For example, you might spend more for a crib that can be used by a few children. Or for my daughter’s nursery, I bought an upholstered glider that I knew would work in our living room, too, so I could get the most out of a more expensive piece.
Best of Baby Month runs through the month of September, so get started on designing a nursery you and your baby will love.
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Oh my god! I love decorating on a budget. Mostly because it’s true that you don’t need a million bucks to make a beautiful and charming room, particularly a nursery. Thank you. This was great advice.