Get the scoop on how the super-stylish blogger (and second-time mom-to-be!) created a nursery fit for her very own little prince.

By Erika Janes
November 11, 2015
The Little Prince Nursery Taylor
Credit: Christopher Cassidy

It's no surprise that Little Blonde Book blogger Taylor Morgan created a gorgeous, gender-neutral nursery for her baby boy (due in January!) filled with soothing grey and white colors, lush textures, and subtle pops of color.

What is surprising? The fact that this beautiful baby space is actually budget-friendly—and was created using a high-low mix of furniture and decor items from Target, featuring items from the retailer's just-launched nursery collection inspired by The Little Prince. A Nursery Works Empire Rocker ($799), Babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib ($399), and nuLOOM Fez Shag Rug (prices vary by size) anchor the room, while items from The Little Prince at Target collection—a table lamp ($29.99) and wall art ($19.99), both of which say "the stars will be out soon"—add a touch of playfulness.

The Little Prince Nursery Crib
Credit: Christopher Cassidy

Morgan loved the fanciful collection, as well as its literary inspiration—her own mom read The Little Prince to her and her younger brother "all the time" when they were growing up—and says she's elated with the finished room. (Who wouldn't be?) "I love that it is calming, special, and [has] the perfect touch of whimsy," she says. "I wanted a space that would be perfect for a little boy to grow into. It has the 'baby' feel, but the design can easily transition into a little man's room!"

The Little Prince Nursery Lamp
Credit: Christopher Cassidy

The Little Prince at Target collection is available in stores and at now, and—good news for those of us with less-than-royal budgets—all items are less than $30.

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