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Love the idea of cherishing your boy while he’s young, but affording him with equal amounts of security and independence so he can grow up to become a good, well-balanced man?
Kickstart the love from day one with a focus on giving him a space to call his own.
They grow up super fast, so when it comes to cutie pie baby boy nursery decorating ideas the trick is appreciating the time when he’s teeny tiny, but being aware he’s not going to stay that way forever.
Some of his nursery items will live on into the future. That favorite teddy bear. That personalised photo. That cherished cushion.
But while he’s young you can take the cute factor to town; enjoy every minute of decorating the nursery for your super cute new baby boy.
1. Rustic Alaska
From Fawn Over Baby
It’s a little bit hipster isn’t it? But how cute is baby hipster? This nursery by Fawn Over Baby is actually Alaskan inspired which explains the timber, the fur, the antlers and the tartan. That timber wall panelling is a gorgeous touch – a terrific way to add something high impact to a bedroom without too much fuss.
2. Over The Mountains
From Leclair Decor
This color combo – urban greys and whites – is so ‘on trend’ right now. Add to that the zany copper ceiling light and it’s pretty much a picture book perfect nursery design. The wonderful thing about the room is the funky wall mural complete with aeroplane and setting sun.
3. Personalised Baby Collage
From Canvas Factory
Leave space in your nursery for a baby collage canvas. You know all those new born photos you took in the first 2 weeks of his life? Let the memories live on with a canvas collage of all those tiny moments. Never forget those first days of his life. As he grows, you can look back fondly on how little he once was and how far he’s come.
4. Nautical Flavour
From Bare Beauty
Create a spirit of adventure – minus the pirates! This nautical flavored nursery theme is all about embracing the baby boy blue. The contrast of deep ocean navy against crisp fresh white invites stories of sailing quests and high seas. That brilliant natural sunlight is easily dimmed by pulling down those high quality dark navy curtains.
5. Triangle Trend
From Kailee Wright
Geometric patterns are one of the newest trends in interior design and this nursery interior uses them perfectly without overdoing it. The pastel blue and white is neatly complemented by colorful triangles on the rug and on the wall.
6. Rustic Cowboy
This country cowboy interior shows just how easy it is to add something whimsical to a nursery without taking away from the functionality that’s needed. A high quality cot is nestled in the facade of a cowboy teepee. The neutral tones against the rich dark timber creates a rustic, masculine charm a little boy will have fun growing up with.
7. Pure Elegance
From Sinclair And Moore
The elegance of neutrals are so calming on the eye. This room is as much for Mom as it is for baby boy. Mothers spend a lot of time in the nursery with bub, so having a space that makes Mom feel good is extremely important. These baby neutrals and baby browns are popular at the moment with more and more accessories becoming available in these subtle color palettes.
8. Vintage Hunting
From Southern Farmhouse
You don’t have to break the bank to create something awesome for your new baby boy’s bedroom. All it takes is a cot for baby, a couch for Mom and some eclectic wall hangings – and you have a perfect personalised nursery.
9. Freedom To Grow
From Tucker Up
This nursery was designed with growth in mind. Mom Sarah hopes the “room can transition with him until he gets old enough to dictate what he wants his own room to look like.” What a great idea – and a great example of how keeping it simple can still look stylish.
10. Geometric Inspired
From Jordan Dunaway
More triangles! The geometric patterns in the rug, the teepee and the wall designs add a fun edge to this nursery, but the neutral colorings make sure it’s not overbearing. Who else can imagine this baby boy totally loving this room as a toddler?
11. Organic Elegance
From East Coast Creative
That greenery is a wonderful touch, oft forgotten in a nursery environment. This room feels full of organic goodness with rich timbers, antique pieces and, of course, the plants. It’s quite incredible how good a nursery can look and feel with a bit of that outdoor atmosphere included. There’s no feeling cooped up in this elegant space.
12. Animal Inspired
From Sarah Sherman Samuel
Impart your own love of wildlife onto your boy from birth with an animal inspired nursery that celebrates everything awesome about our four-legged friends. A natural color palette is used here including bamboo, greens, stone and white. That swing will bring joy and peace to Mom and Dad, rocking bub to sleep in no time.