9 Ideas for Decorating a Nursery on a Budget
Between conversations about “modern heirloom nurseries” and the “Rolls-Royce of strollers,” it’s very easy to get caught up into spending a fortune on nursery décor. Let’s not forget that this room will likely be redecorated after two or three years, so while you want to achieve the snug heavenly nursery look that makes everyone ooh and aah, there are a few tricks to keep in mind to keep your budget in check. Keep scrolling for our favorite money-saving tips for nursery décor.
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Designer cribs are a thing, and they will cost you. Luckily there are tons of really well-designed, affordable options out there. Before you go shedding thousands on a crib, shop around for budget alternatives, and look for three-in-one convertible options that will transform into a toddler bed when the time comes.
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The cuteness factor is always a winner in nursery décor, and no one beats The Animal Print Shop in that department. Are the larger prints a little out of budget? Opt for an assortment of four smaller prints. You’ll get four times the charm at a fraction of the cost.
If you have an unused dresser lying around, use it as a double-duty changing station. You can also scour vintage stores or Etsy for budget alternatives. The dresser above was purchased at MintHome, an Etsy shop that specializes in refurbished vintage furniture. It was outfitted with a removable changing tray and pad.
Sometimes all you need to make a statement in a room is to paint the window and door trims in a bright contrasting color.
What tricks helped you save money when decorating your nursery? Share them with us in the comments below.