If you are anything like me, you planned your nursery, obsessed over every detail but still feel like it could always be BETTER.  A never ending work in progress if you will.  Without doing a total redo here are some tiny inexpensive ways to give any child’s room a little perk without opening the purse strings to wide…

1. Initial it….for $28 choose a letter like this one to accent a dead wall.

2.  Stick it…love wall decals for some fun that you don’t have to commit to.

3. Time to grow…add a cute growth chart on the outside of a boring closet for a little color and sentiment (not to mention a great keepsake).

4. Draw it…stencils are a fabulous find even for the artistically challenged like myself.

5. Paintable wallpaper…ok I said it.  But this wallpaper from Land of Nod is $30 and can be painted. Just a thought…

6.  Get a little Martha…I found these kits from Martha Stewart and am using them in my Fall Bellini window…the entire kit is $19.95 and they are so whimsical.

7. Get personal…take some of your favorite memories and create a poster size collage. An ofoto 20×30 collage is only $21.99.

8. Add a splash of bright color.  A new throw pillow is the perfect pow to bring new life to a bed or chair that seems a little boring.  I found this one at Target… shhhhh.

9. Paint it.  Get a can of paint, roll up your sleeves and paint one wall, the ceiling or even go crazy with some striping. You will be shocked what a coat of paint can do.

10. Rearrange what you’ve got.  This one is free and one of my most favorites.  I do this in the showroom to spice things up.  Move around furniture or artwork to give the room new life.  :)

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About Michelle

Michelle is the owner of Bellini Stamford and the bean's closet, an online baby gift boutique. She is also a contributor to http://www.projectnursery.com. She resides in Bergen County NJ with her husband Craig, 2 children, Stella & Nate and Soft Coated Wheaton Ellie.
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