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You don’t have to spend a ton of money or time putting together a special nursery for your baby. Create a functional space in the style you want, all while staying under budget.

Give your baby a warm welcome into your home. Read how to design a stylish nursery on a budget, then start creating your dream space.

Choose a Color Theme

Whether you want a light or dark color scheme in the nursery, keep it serene. Decorate with a limited number of colors that work well together to achieve a cozy look. This will help the baby sleep and relax. Serene colors will also help parents feel calmer in the space.

For example, if you choose dark colors, go for warm, comforting tones such as deep greens and earthy browns. Or you can keep the nursery light and bright by using pale colors. Having a color scheme in mind will make it easier for you to design a stylish nursery on a budget.

Make the Walls Fun and Interesting

While bringing in too many different colors can make the room feel hectic, you can use paint and wallpaper to make a space more visually fun. To save time and money while still creating visual variety, apply a different paint color or statement wallpaper to one room in the nursery.

You can also use paint and wallpaper to add patterns to the nursery. You might find spray-and-stick wallpaper to be the best method for decorating your nursery walls. Plus, if you want a different look down the road, you can easily remove the wallpaper and replace it with something new.

Use Cute and Practical Storage

Baby care requires a lot of equipment. Keep it organized and easy to access with storage bins, baskets, and shelves. The right storage will accommodate everything your baby needs and keep the nursery looking beautiful. And you don’t need to spend a lot of money to have it.

You can fill dresser drawers with small baskets that keep your baby’s folded clothes vertical. Or use a storage cart for the products your baby needs for diaper changing.

For toys, consider using baskets your baby can reach into easily. You can also place toys in small bins that you can easily carry from room to room. As a design bonus, many toy bins have cute patterns, such as shapes, animals, or flowers.

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