A baby nursery is one of those rare jobs that we as interior designers get hired for (most people are more concerned with kitchens and main living areas) and they are such a joy to create. This playful Texas-inspired space is one of my favorite designs from over the years because of the whimsical furnishings, playful color palette, and unique personal touches that pay homage to the little boy's parents. When we first started designing the nursery decor for this space, my clients told me that they wanted to use a theme that reminded them of the place they met and fell in love. With Texas as my inspiration, we embarked on a funky western themed room that featured a monochromatic color palette of tans and greys that created a lovely and relaxing ambience for those first few days at home.
The day I found out that I am pregnant with a boy, I have been looking around for cute baby nursery ideas that incorporate adorable boyish themes. This was by far my favorite design for several reasons -- I love the beautiful wood paneled ceiling that adds a touch of whimsy to the space, I think the maritime decor theme is so fun and universal, and I love the bright colorful accents the designer used throughout. With this room as my inspiration, I have already gone shopping for baby furniture in a similar natural wood finish that I think would be versatile enough to use in a girls room if I have a daughter next. I also definitely want to recreate the classic bead board panelling they used on the walls because, again, I think it is a very classic and universal look that goes well with the seaside theme but that would also be adorable with nearly any future nursery design I come up with.
I have been looking around for baby boy room ideas for my pregnant daughter in law because she thinks that I have better decor taste than her. I am so flattered by her request so I want to make sure I find her the perfect nursery ideas. I really liked this room because it seems super functional with the large bookcases, trundle bed and large dresser. She and her husband love to read and I know they will probably want to pass that on to their son, so a fun library feature like this would be perfect for them. I also wanted to find kids room decor that isn't too babyish so that it can grow with him into his toddler and elementary school years. I think a grey and yellow theme like this would be great, because it can be made more colorful or subtle over the years depending on what his interests become.
How fun is this awesome outer space themed baby room decor that is a perfect space to convert to a whimsical playroom as he grows into the toddler stage. Most nurseries have a more neutral and subdued color palette, so these bold primary hues were a playful departure from the norm. I love the combination of the rich royal blue shade against the deep grey "space wall" that features cool stick on decals. These are actually super easy baby room ideas to recreate because you can purchase these peel and stick wall decals online to easily decorate any room. Simply add some space ship themed decor, an imaginative teepee to play in, and a coordinating bed and you have a finished room.
Have you ever seen any baby boy room ideas more adorable than this precious carosel themed nursery. When I found out I was having a son, my immediate thought was to look for kids room ideas in sports or nautical themes because thats usually what you see for boys. I love this decor theme so much more because it feels softer and more suited for an infant. We can always change it up as he grows to something a bit more mature, but for now I think it would be absolutely perfect to bring him home to. We already have a grey nursery furniture set that actually looks pretty similar to this, so I just need to figure out how they created the awning style window treatment and hunt around for some wall decals to create the carousel mural.
After finding out the gender of our child, I immediately ran to the internet to look up baby boy room ideas to begin decorating the nursery. I wanted to do something fun and whimsical that incorporates classic elements found in a baby boy nursery like a vibrant color scheme, cool decorative touches, and fun boyish elements. I love this "under the sea" themed space because it has a funky yet timeless look that can grow with him from infancy into the toddler years and even elementary school. Plus it incorporates a more calming and relaxing color palette than most boys bedroom ideas I have seen that tend to focus more on vibrant primary shades.