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Budget-Friendly Nursery Updates

Storage

Badger Basket Folding Basket $11
Keep your home neat and organized with this sage, polka-dot basket by Badger.
hanging mesh storage unitHanging Mesh Storage Unit $25
Keep that closet neat and tidy with this colorful hanging closet organizer. Use it for clothes and shoes, but they’re also great for organizing toys and books.
pkolino clothes treeP’kolino Clothes Tree $70
Part sculpture, part play thing, this clever clothes tree makes it fun for kids to pick up after themselves. Hang coats, book bags, hats—you name it—on the branches. Bonus for parents: No assembly required.

Wall Decor

cocalo jacana canvas setCoCaLo Jacana Canvas Set $35
This adorable trio of canvas art squares will add instant flair to any nursery or little girl’s room. Just hang the lightweight squares on the wall from the pretty chocolate brown ribbons.
serena and lily paintSerena & Lily Paint $45
Spruce up your child’s room with Serena & Lily’s zero-VOC paints that give off very little odor. Not only are they one of the safest paints on the market, but they’re kid-friendly, too. The paints are scrubbable and come in 22 different
dottilicious wall stickersDottilicious Wall Stickers $56
No time to paint or deal with messy wallpaper? Redecorate with wall stickers instead. Just peel and stick, and if it doesn’t look right, peel them off and rearrange. They won’t damage your walls at all.

Seating

pkolino silly soft seating
P’kolino Silly Seating $36
Besides being a comfy seat, little kids can use this as a table, step stool or one giant, huggable stuffed animal. Bonus: the snuggly fabric is removable and machine washable.
fatboy point beanbag lounge chair
FatBoy Point Beanbag Chair $89
Want a bean bag chair that won’t go flat after a few minutes? Try this one, available in four colors and four different shapes.
Personalizes Beanbag Chair $99
Not only is this beanbag insanely comfortable, but it can also be personalized. It makes a great gift!

Want to update your child’s room without breaking the bank?  You can with these fun, stylish and practical storage and décor solutions that are all under $100—think kid-friendly seating and closet organizers, bright wall decals, eco-friendly paint and more.  Who says good taste has to cost a fortune?

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Comments

  • Sonrisa
    February 9, 2011

  • Guides are fun to look at, but sometimes they get you overly excited to register for more than you actually need. Then you end up with a lot of things that you don’t have room for. I found an article on a website that I recently found that has a great idea: do a tour of a friends house who already has a baby and ask her what she uses a lot. Make a checklist of those items and hold off on some of the other stuff that she doesn’t recommend. Here’s the article, it’s called Choosing Baby Gear