Parker’s baby boy nursery is bright in teal, mint and white without a theme. It’s a cute and creative space for a baby boy to grow up.
When Maggie started preparing for the birth of her little boy Baird, she knew right away that we wanted the nursery to be gender neutral with colors in coral, red, blue, green and white.
Symbols of the sea are everywhere in Landon’s blue and white sail away with me room, nautical themed nursery boy room.
A super hero comic book themed baby boy nursery room features Superman, Spider-man, Batman
A deep royal blue nursery for Colton has an owl theme and features a tree branch decal over his crib. Mom made curtains and bedding DIY.
A dark blue modern nursery is the sanctuary for this baby boy with decorations coming from mom’s baby shower.
A coral stripe was used in this boy’s modern nursery to keep from doing anything stereotypical and predictable by this interior designer.
This orange and mint colored nursery is a modern haven full of patterns and DIY projects for a baby boy
A black, orange and bright blue urban nursery dedicated to the San Francisco Giants and a love for the Bay Area city.
Tate’s nursery room is a bright, fresh space with a classic feel, a bit of whimsy in aqua and orange that compliment each other as well as contrast with the bright natural light.
Sam’s modern teal blue, lime green and orange boy nursery room features chevron patterns and a personalized monogram collage
While the rest of her home is neutral colors, she did her son Cam’s baby room in fun bright yellow and orange colors on a budget of $500.
Featuring soothing shades and pops of yellow color, this baby sleeps in a calming room with hints of sunshine.
A navy blue and white elephant fantasy nursery room. Clusters of paper lanterns, elephant pattern fabric and elephant finds make it complete.
While beige and brown can be very bland, Grant’s earth tone color room has a warm feel to it when mixed with the right amount of white.
Marianne created this beautiful green nursery room for her son Henry. She broke up the green walls by using a strong pattern on her curtains.
To complete this modern and high-tech red and grey robot nursery room for Xavier, Samantha shopped consignment stores, garage sales, Etsy, and when I couldn’t find it, she made it herself.
By using cool tones such as the aqua and greens in the comfy recliner and pouf, Wendy gave the nursery an under the sea feel without having to do the theme literally
Rowan’s nursery has a grown-up feel to it which seems to suit Amy’s latest addition, as she says he “seems to have a bit of an old soul.”
Originally this would be a vintage owl theme for the room. Husband insisted they were not “manly enough” and he brought up comic book heroes…
I love the bold wall colour, which works well with the chocolate carpet and makes the white furniture, wall decal and shelves really pop.
When creating Kaiden’s Kryptonite nursery, Cheyenne’s goal was to stay away from a theme. Using shades of blues and greens against a gray wall, it allowed colors to really pop.
Katrina fell in love with the green color, she calls Artichoke Pear and knew it would play an important role in their son Avery’s nursery.
I love the story of Modoc, the elephant, and a boy. I fell in love with the grey furniture that tied into the elephant theme and then just kept everything simple.
With the Father of the Bride 2 nursery serving as inspiration, Amy strived for a classic, serene, non-themed nursery that appealed to her love of French.
Saying goodbye to your first child while welcoming your second child into the world is such a mixture of grief and joy, making decorating son Levi’s room bittersweet for his mother Jess.
Now that their son Hunter’s nursery room is complete, Megan and Chris find themselves standing in the doorway and smiling because they are so happy with how it turned out.
“I love modern design so really wanted clean, modern lines, but still wanted personal touches like the custom artwork and fun little toys from our travels while I was pregnant.
“I grew up on a beach and thought a beach/surfing theme would be fun for a little boy. I was so excited when everything fell into place.”
As a lover of all things vintage and for cats and owls, Laura wanted to incorporate those elements without going overboard. “I think the room has a pretty happy balance overall. The turquoise blue color is actually my favorite color.
Decorating the nursery was one of the most exciting parts of the nesting process for Lucy. In the end, it all sort of melded together into a vision of a room that was babyish, boyish and bachelor pad all in one!”
She wanted Kingston to have a bright, fun and happy nursery, with a retro vibe. The bold color combination started when she found the vibrant curtains and worked the rest of the room around the lively patterns.
I wanted something clean and modern for the nursery. That is what inspired me to select the fabric I choose to design the room around. I am not a cutesy theme kind of person. I like clean and simple.
Peek into Porter’s nautical baby nursery. Navy blue and white stripes race around the nursery, complimenting the white, beach cottage-style crib and rocking chair.
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I wanted the details of the room to say nursery but not the color scheme. I wanted to keep things gender neutral so it would require minimal re-working down the road.
This hand crafted children’s chandelier in brown and blueis perfect for baby nursery, playroom or children’s room but easily grows with your child. It’s been designed to last, not to outgrow.
Soft chenille for elegance. Tranquil blue and green, water and sky. The newest color story for the casual home. Sailor Boy unites rooms with a fun spirit.