Calling all soon-to-be mama’s: get ready to shop! Walmart’s expanded nursery department is getting a pretty big makeover and you’re going to adore this awesome expansion. If you’re still reeling from the closure of Babies”R”Us, Walmart can more than pick up the slack. Along with adding 30,000 new items online, Walmart is also creating a new in-store baby goods shopping experience in 2,000 of its retail spaces across the United States.

Not only is Walmart adding more baby items, it’s also making it easier for you to shop and style your nursery. With six curated collections (including Wanderlust, Boho Chic, Mid-Century Modern and many others), creating the perfect nursery is both fun and easy!

Little Love Aztec Ceiling Mobile

As part of the "Wanderlust" collection, this mobile is whimsical and perfect for the traveling parents' nursery. If you're not into too-cutesy decor, this accent item is absolutely ideal. And for only $23.99, it's totally a bargain!

Poly and Bark Padded Light Grey Rocker

This Mid-Century Modern chair is a major departure from the typical glider that you'd see in many nurseries. If your baby's room is more of a contemporary palace than a traditional space, this $110 furniture find will fit right in. 

Munchkin Diaper Change Organizer

The Munchkin Diaper Change Organizer ($21.49) is just as stylish as it is functional. The handy dandy storage and organizational tool is part of the Boho Chic collection. Even though it puts  all the diapering goods you need within arms'reach, it's so much more than a storage bin.

Trend Lab Hexagon 3-Piece Crib Bedding Set

As part of the Traditional blues collection, this bedding set is a classic compliment to any crib. Your kiddo will sleep in style with this fab hexagon design. At just under $50 this bedding set isn't just easy on the eyes, it's easy on your wallet too. 

Delta Children 2-Piece Nursery Storage Set

When baby gets here you'll need plenty of storage options. This Delta Children option, which is part of Walmart's Classic pink collection, ranges from $12.99 to $25.01. Oh, and if pink isn't part of your nursery's aesthetic, it comes in blue or blue/gray combo, too.

—Erica Loop

Featured Photo: Courtesy of Walmart


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