I was in your shoes not long ago, when I was pregnant with my daughter in 2017.
I was setting up her nursery and I remember feeling overwhelmed because there were so many options, which made it difficult to make any decisions.
I spent countless hours shopping online and then changing my mind again.
Let me take the guess work out of it for you, and give you the perfect Boho nursery decor design board.
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Here are the 8 steps to follow to get the perfect Boho nursery.
Step 1: Create your Pinterest inspiration board
Start a Pinterest board for your nursery and use it as inspiration.
This will help you streamline your style and determine what you ultimately want it to look like.
Step 2: Decide on a nursery theme
You’re here because you’re considering the Boho nursery decor theme.
That’s a great start!
Some expecting women find themselves very indecisive when it comes to the nursery theme.
A lot of times it’s because there are too many options out there in today’s Pinterest world.
Narrowing it down will help you progress.
Step 3: Start your nursery design board
Design boards help you to focus your ideas and narrow your design choices down before you start purchasing things—a process that can save time, money, and energy in the long run.
Why not take advantage of the one I’ve created for you!
I’ve linked all items below for you.
Step 4: Draw out your room measurements
Measure each wall then draw the layout of your room.
This will help you decide where your biggest furniture pieces can go.
Step 5: Decide where your furniture will go
Center the crib on the wall you see when you first walk into the room. If that wall has windows in the center of it, or if it’s too small, use another wall, preferably the largest one in the room. You want this to be a feature wall!
Put the glider in a corner facing out, ideally by a window if you have one.
Place the dresser, which will be your changing table, centered on the smallest wall, preferably on its own. If that’s not possible, put it on the same wall as your glider, tucked on either side of it.
Step 6: Determine which curtain & rug size to buy
The goal is to unify the space and bring it all together.
Measure out the minimum & maximum dimensions of open floor space you have for a rug to go.
Curtains should always be less than an inch above the floor or they should kiss/graze your flooring. They should never be too short!
Step 7: Choose your paint color
Gender-neutral paint colors are great for a nursery.
If you use a white, beige or gray, those will all work for a girl’s nursery, a boy’s nursery, and any other type of room it may later become.
I have a full post with my recommendations for the best nursery paint colors.
Step 8: Pick out your decor and accessories
Accessories add life, personality, and style to your nursery and are an important part of your overall design.
Your theme and style choice should guide your accessory choices, but you really don’t need a ton of themed items to achieve a cohesive theme.