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Project Nursery: How to Design it on a Tight Budget

When it comes to creating a unique nursery, you can go two ways. On the one hand, you can spare no expense on a uniquely crafted set of elements assembled by a seasoned interior designer. On the other hand, you can employ your own creativity to design a completely custom-made nursery that is financially feasible and wholly unique. This can also be a healthy outlet for periods of anxiety during pregnancy. First you have to learn all the ropes of designing nursery on a tight budget, and have a basic ideas on how to approach this project as an amateur designer.

Create your own décor

You can begin your grand nursery project with small steps. For example, creating your own décor is a sensible start. A visit to the flea market, the feat of unboxing forgotten paraphernalia from your childhood and bargain hunting online are only some of the activities that can become exhilarating treasure troves of inspiration. For example, you can frame illustrations that were cut out of weathered children’s books beyond salvaging. You can do digital art prints at home or frame your own paintings, if artistry is already your forte. You can save up a lot of money if you adopt such an “out of the box” approach, and your nursery will only look better for it.

Natural fibers for your baby’s bedding

If you want to secure the finest bedding arrangement for your baby, you should limit your fabric options to organic variants. Natural fibers, or at least blends that are rich in natural fibers, are the only way to go. Synthetic materials like polyester hinder the “breathing” potential of sheets and they can cause rashes on your baby’s delicate skin. Wool is a fine choice but cotton is by far the best-case scenario for your infant’s bedding. This also leaves you with a delightful chance to pick a truly eclectic arrangement of cotton sheets for a totally cool-looking nursery. If anyone quips that it is a useless feat of stylization, you can just rebuff them by stating that one has to start developing child’s aesthetic appeal as early as possible. There’s no fair argument against that!

Keep it simple

“Less is more” has been one of the tenets of modern design for decades. While your nursery has to be aesthetically soothing, you don’t have to make it garish and overload with vibrant details. Keep it simple and make sure that the items you require in nursery are there because they are loved and needed. In other words, make it meaningful every step of the way. In addition, don’t “baby up” the nursery to the point of gleeful tastelessness. If we are still discussing nurseries with budgetary constraints, you’ll want to invest into the future by making the nursery minimal and modular.

Color for all ages

The longer your child can enjoy it, no matter the age, the later you’ll have to consider a fresh coat of paint and remodeling tweaks. Avoid choosing between baby blue or champagne pink according to your child’s gender. Pick suitable colors that will grow with your child, consider hues of neutral gray, cream and sandstone. These colors combine well with various nuances of stained wood, so you’ll have a lot of elbow space designer-wise.

A tight budget doesn’t mean that you have to settle for a shabby nursery. Quite the contrary, you have a chance to acquire a few fresh skills and do something extraordinary by exploiting your own creativity. Whenever we diligently apply our skills and time to a project, we irrevocably relieve a precious piece of ourselves into what we crate. There is hardly a more fitting or beautiful reason to design your child’s nursery on your own, even if you have necessary means to hire a professional.

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    Project Nursery: How to Design it on a Tight Budget