It can require a little creativity sometimes to come up with baby boy nursery ideas that are unique and creative beyond the traditional baby blue. Perhaps you’re looking for design elements that are handcrafted and unique, or iconic, or maybe you just want a space that will appeal to your little boy’s imagination and ignite his sense of adventure. Whatever you desire, you are sure to find inspiration in our fabulous collection of beautiful nurseries for boys featuring several luxury baby boy bedding sets. Be sure to tell us your favourites in the comments and let us know if you have any questions.
1. Give Baby Blue a MakeoverBaby blue can be used creatively and will look exquisite when done right. This nursery design gives a creative and inspiring take on baby blue and pairs it with luxurious brown and white tones giving a clean, seaside feel. We love the unexpected touch of rustic in the form of the brown nautical themed boards. Talk about bringing the outdoors in! This classy baby boy nursery is complete with a practical upholstered nursery glider, large enough to fit mum, baby and big brother or sister. Use horizontal stripes to give an illusion of a wider space.
2. Try Something Else Besides BlueYou can ditch blue altogether and opt for another colour, in this case green. This room proves that with its many fabulous design elements. The simple band of green used in the nursery bedding, paired with duck-egg makes this nursery as fit for a girl as it is for a boy. The addition of a pom-pom trimmed pair of voile curtains ensures the baby-softness remains in this nursery. We particularly love the ‘grown-up’ rug which will work as your baby transitions or even if you decide to change the purpose of the room.
3. Go for Soft and Elegant – It will always be in styleWhatever design trends emerge, understated elegance will always remain a timeless staple. This holds true when designing beautiful nurseries for boys. In this design the neutral colour palette works very well, placing the focus on textures and finishes. This neutral nursery features our Cadogan Upholstered Cot Bed, it is shown here finished in a soft grey linen fabric; fabric panel can be customised to suit. The Silver Leaf carvings as accents both cot and chest of drawers add an additional layer of style to this beautiful nursery for boys. Generous fabric canopy, iron chandelier and voile curtains and picture frames– these are all very different textures that somehow come together beautifully in this elegant and understated colour neutral nursery.
4. Go for Grey & ModernSome people shy away from the colour grey and assume it will always be drab but the truth is, all it takes is a little design know-how to work some grey into your little one’s nursery design. This modern design utilizes a natural shade of grey paired with mirrored furniture. Elements of other textures like leather, wool & silk are thrown into this monochromatic nursery, the soft white linens lends a delicate edge to the overall scheme. Additional colour may be added via pieces like blankets & soft toys. Despite the use of one shade of grey, it is neither typical nor drab. This is clearly the way grey ought to be done.
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