Between the diaper changes, story times and midnight feedings, it won’t be long before you’re spending more time in the nursery than your own bedroom. And that’s all the more reason to create a space that brings a smile (or toothless grin) to everyone’s faces. Click through our slideshow for inspirational and affordable ideas for adding interest to the blank wall in baby’s room.

Nothing but Frame

Live in a rental? Instead of painting the walls in baby’s room, paint a bunch of frames in a matching shade and hang them above the crib or changing table for a statement-making focal point (that you won’t have to deal with when you move out).

Photo courtesy of Project Nursery

Do you have a cool idea for decorating a blah nursery wall? Tell us about it in the comments section below. 

—Ayren Jackson-Cannady