Are you looking for baby nursery ideas for a boy?
I don’t know about you, but when I had my son, I found it a little harder to find cute boy stuff. Designing a girl nursery came so much easier!
That’s why I’m excited to share 30 different boy nursery ideas to help inspire you in your design process.
Every one of them has a different nursery theme, but they all have one thing in common – they’re absolutely gorgeous!
In this post, we’ll cover four types of awesome nursery ideas for boys…
- Green Baby Boy Room Ideas
- Neutral Baby Nursery Ideas for a Boy
- Pops of Blue for a Baby Boy Nursery
- Unique Boy Nursery Ideas You Haven’t Seen Before
Don’t forget to save and pin any ideas you love! Let’s get started…
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Green Baby Boy Room Ideas
Have you fallen in love with the idea of a green baby boy’s nursery?
The color green is totally trending this year in the nursery design world – mostly forest green and sage green.
It’s a very relaxing color palette and can be easily incorporated into many nursery themes such as a boho nursery, safari nursery or a vintage nursery.
Here are our favorite green baby boy room ideas!
In a nursery filled with otherwise neutral colors, the forest green accent wall is unexpected and yet totally beautiful!
Source: Mykal Bailey
The sage green wall mural in this nursery design makes for a fun feature wall.
Source: Fern & Fig Design
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The paneled accent wall makes this nursery look like such a sophisticated little boy’s room.
Source: Wonderfully Made by Leslie
It’s like a gallery wall gone crazy! So many fun ways to use wall art to finish a nursery room.
Source: Broad Leaf Close
Neutral Baby Nursery Ideas for a Boy
Many moms who find out what they are having still opt for a neutral baby nursery.
With enough textures and variations of neutral color, we think they are incredibly beautiful and timeless.
Here are our favorite neutral baby nursery ideas for a boy!
This Southwestern nursery may have white walls, but it’s beaming with character. So many natural accents!
Source: Nest Out West
Looking to create a modern look? An acrylic crib is a sure fire way to nail this overall look. The nursery light fixture she chose is perfect too!
More olive trees and we are here for it! In this nursery, the modern design of the wallpaper is what makes a statement.
Source: Lindye Galloway
Could a zoo themed nursery be any cuter? The decor items in this nursery are what makes this one so special!
Source: Our Own Hygge
Here’s an example of a truly gender-neutral nursery. It may be an all white room, but I love its clean lines and refreshing, light & airy white color scheme.
Source: Amanda Azarpour
This mama to be did a great job making the most of small spaces for her little man! Using an open rocking chair was a great idea to make this space appear more open.
Source: Amy + Jen
What immediately stands out to me about this nursery is the dark blackout curtains. They provide great contrast to an otherwise light room.
Source: Sinclair & Moore Events
This nursery is a great example of how many times less is more! This mama-to-be just used a faux tree and baby name sign to create a stunningly simple nursery.
Source: Camila Nakagawa
Here we have bold geometric patterns in this minimalistic, mid century modern baby boy nursery theme.
Source: Little Crown Interiors
Notice a trend? This baby’s room has a faux plant as well but this time it’s a fiddle tree! It makes for a cozy little baby nursery.
Source: Bethany Dyer
Pops of Blue for a Baby Boy Nursery
When you traditionally think of boy nursery themes, blue is usually the color that comes to mind.
Which is why we are sharing tried and true baby room ideas with many shades of the color blue!
Here are our favorite baby boy nursery ideas with pops of blue…
The dark blue wall in this perfect baby boy nursery is really what shines!
A stark contrast from the photo above – this nursery dresser changing table is painted such a fun shade of blue!
Source: Jennifer Barron Interiors
At first this appears to be a fairly neutral nursery but if you look close there are some subtle pops of blue throughout!
Source: The Moore Manor
This fun yet traditional boy nursery has so much pretty pale blue! The color really pops amongst the rest of the white furniture.
Source: Clary Bosbyshell Welsh
The deep blue shade of this nursery glider really grabs your eye! It’s a great example of how you can create a whole design around one piece you found first and love.
Source: Vanessa Antonelli
Can this nautical themed room be any more adorable?! I LOVE how she refinished this dresser with a pretty light blue.
Source: Finding Lovely
Unique Boy Nursery Ideas
Are you looking for non-traditional, unique ideas for your son’s nursery?
You’re going to love these bold patterns such as polka dots, gingham, natural wood shiplap and more!
Use one of these ideas for a one-of-a-kind nursery.
What stands out about this boy’s nursery? The fun leather chair and bright colors shown on this area rug.
Source: Amelia Canham Eaton
Polka dots and cars… now that’s a combination! Both are such a fun part of this little boy’s nursery.
Source: Leslie Mitchell
Related: 150 Short Names for Baby Boys
Do you love the modern farmhouse style? Incorporate this trend into your nursery decor!
Source: Ashlee Nichols
We’re getting all the rustic vibes from this wooden crib and what looks like shiplap wallpaper.
Source: Rockabye Mommy
No closet door? No problem! In this nursery, they simply close off the space with curtains.
Source: Forrest and J
Maybe it’s the traveler in me, but I’ve always loved a travel themed nursery. This wallpaper with hot air balloons is totally adorable!
Source: Lindsay Surowitz
A black crib is a bold way to draw your eyes to it as soon as you walk into the room.
Source: The McKeens
Adding a gallery wall is a great way to make a feature wall and also nail the fun elements of your nursery theme.
Source: Anna With Love
Are you a bit of a free spirit mama! Using tapestries is an affordable way to decorate your son’s nursery. Plus, they are super easy to switch out as your heart pleases.
Source: Caught You on Camera
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