As the mom of 3 sons, I could certainly appreciate the balancing action which comes to decorating a boy’s nursery. You don’t want an area that’s too fancy and frilly, but you still want style and comfort. That is where creativity and bold choices come into play. Go for unexpected colours and patterns. Don’t be afraid to mix and match toss in a sudden piece of furniture. Boys are extremely visual, so be sure your child’s nursery has interesting things for him to place his eyes on.
Jute Interior Design
In this contemporary nursery, white and gray patterns anchor the space and allow the yellow accents to give just the ideal number of visual pop.
With its warm green walls and pops of red, yellow and blue as accent colours, this nursery has lots of eye candy. If your room is big enough, put the crib at a corner on an angle, as shown. This softens the tough lines inside the room and provides even more interest.
Amy Cuker, MBA, LEED AP
Don’t shy away from using vibrant colours on your nursery. 1 cranberry accent wall is just enough to cozy up this distance and provide visual stimulation for your baby without overwhelming the space.
Besides the warm and inviting chocolate brown walls, I love the oversize, rocky chair in this nursery. It is not exactly what you’d anticipate in a baby’s room, but it makes a great spot for feeding period. Your baby could enjoy this sturdy chair for years to come.
Grace Blu Designs, Inc..
My oldest son is called Jackson, but that is only one reason I enjoy this nursery. Personalization and typography is a superb decorating and educational thought at a baby’s room since it starts the process of letter recognition.
Kate Jackson Design
As your child boy grows older, you will have challenges maintaining him coordinated. So, why don’t you start with fantastic storage now? Cubbies, baskets and hooks may be an early lesson in organization.
Bill Fry Construction – Wm. H. Fry Const. Co..
Your baby will sleep better at nap time in a darkened room, but room-darkening shades don’t have to be dull. Make roman shades from interesting fabrics and use a blackout lining. The tailored style of these sunglasses is perfect for boys spaces.
Jodie Rosen Design
This nursery shows the way the accent wall may also be a learning tool. With it’s vibrant stripes and decoration lettering, it is visually stimulating and educational.
Lauren Liess Interiors
Very dark colours could be intimidating to use in a baby’s room (or anyplace on your home), but navy blue walls work great in this nursery. The dark color creates a snug feel while the lighter fabrics add brightness.
Cara Woodhouse Interiors LLC
An unexpected splash of green immediately gets your attention in this nursery. With this kind of a neutral palette, the vivid green changing table provides a refreshing dose of color and creates an element of surprise.
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