Designing a nursery can be one of the most fun experiences for a mom-to-be. Even though I am not a mother, I have watched friends design amazing rooms for their bundles of joy, and I follow all the nurseries that our customers post on blogs and social networking sites. I am always blown away and inspired by all of the creativity!
Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of modern design influences, soft white nurseries, DIY paint projects as well as bold colors and prints. Many of our customers favor the Walmart.com exclusive Baby Mod collection, which has that trendy modern look without the huge price tag.
Look at the bold modern nursery that Alyssa Z. from Salt Lake City, Utah designed with our Baby Mod Modena 3-in-1 crib!
Soft white-on-white looks are also really becoming popular, as seen in this world-traveler look that Carolyn V. from Burbank, Calif. created around our Graco Charleston 4-in-1 crib.
These rooms each have cribs that are less than $200, but they look like a million bucks!
DIY for budget-friendly finishing touches
Our customers are style mavens, and I am always in awe of their DIY projects and how much pizzazz they add to each room’s overall look. One idea is to paint the platform base of our Baby Mod Olivia 3-in-1 crib a vibrant color to give your nursery an extra pop of personality. And don’t stop there! Keep going with your dresser and changing table. With a little paint and imagination, you can create a chevron or striped design in a snap.
Bold prints are also huge right now, especially in bedding. One of my favorites is our Sumersault Colorburst 12-piece bedding set, which mixes and matches vibrant bright colors and patterns.
The best part of my job is that I am able to showcase items that help moms create the well-designed, eye-catching nurseries they want—for less. Families save money without sacrificing all the fun of decking out their new addition’s new room!
I can’t wait to see more beautiful rooms from all of you. Happy designing!
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