I went shopping for baby owl nursery items after I saw the pictures of nurseries decorated with the cute Pottery Barn Kids owl baby bedding set. PBK stuff can be pretty expensive but I did not want to buy a used crib set. The way I saved money and stayed within my nursery decorating budget was to shop for decorations outside of that brand.
I was concerned that cheap wall decor would take away from the bedding set or that I would have to make my own wall decorations to keep my color scheme intact. But I found some really cute that matched my the crib set just fine plus I picked up a few Pottery Barn Kids Brooke prints (the baby bedding collection is named Brooke) for less than $10!
Of course you want your nursery to be a safe, comfortable place for you and your baby — but you most definitely do not have to spend a ton of money to achieve that. You can see the , but below is a list of the nursery items I’m glad we had.
for nursery items our must haves were the crib, rocker, and sheets. We never decorated, had crib bedding etc. We used a pack n play with the bassinet/changing table as it was very versatile, going on 5 years of use!
Another clever wall art idea involves the use of embroidery hoops in a grouping. In fact, embroidery hoops are becoming increasingly popular as nursery decor items, and materials such as patterned fabric, felt and scrapbook paper are the fillers of choice. For additional details, check out