Despite the fact that Finn has yet to sleep a single wink in his nursery, it’s one of my favorite spaces in our entire house.
When we found out we were having a boy, it didn’t take long for me to start daydreaming about decorating a boy’s nursery. Since Aven’s room is so girly and whimsical (post coming soon), I was looking forward to going in a totally different direction.
Brandon and I knew we wanted a feature wall where the crib was, so that was our starting point. And then after seeing this amazing nursery on Pinterest, we decided on a rustic woodsy theme, using mostly neutral colors. (I purposely steered clear from elements that make the room look too baby-ish so we can keep most of it for a big boy room later on down the road.)
I am SO happy with how it turned out! And props to my husband for building that awesome wall.
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(c) D Crowe Photography
Just like every other room in my house, it’s still a work in progress. The dresser is beat up but it has sentimental value, as it belonged to Brandon’s step-mom Joy, who we lost just over a year ago. I plan to paint it at some point. I’m also on the lookout for the right lamp to put next to the glider, as well as a way to incorporate Finn’s name somewhere in the room. Oh, and we still need to raise the crib mattress back up from when Aven used it! #oops
Paint color: Sherwin Williams Crushed Ice
Stain for wood wall: Minwax Classic Gray 271
Crib: old/discontinued, but this one from the same brand is similar: Babies R Us
Black-out Curtains: Target
Swiss cross Rug: Urban Outfitters
Feather crib sheet: Babies R Us (*This sheet is SO soft!)
Forever Young Sign: Smallwood Home (I love these lyrics, & even more so because of the show Parenthood. Anyone else???)
Jellycat Bunny: Amazon
Faux Fur Blanket: Babies R Us
Felt Basket: Target, sold out
Stag Head: Hobby Lobby (it was gold, but I spray painted it white)
Wood slice banner: Target – seasonal. (Different style of wood banner here)
Wooden Arrow on wall: Dunn Rustic Designs
Feather changing pad cover: Amazon
Wooden arrows (laying on dresser): Hobby Lobby
Animal track print: Etsy
Owl lamp: old, can’t remember! And will likely swap out with something different
Glider: Babies R Us
Forest quilt: Babies R Us
Wall yarn hanging: DIY’ed by a sweet & crafty friend!
Feather scripture print: GraceLaced
Mason jar + feathers and acorns : assembled by a friend as centerpieces for the baby shower and I kept one!
Gold fox: Target, sold out
Baby Bear sign: gift
Shelving unit: Hobby Lobby
Fox wearable blanket: TJMaxx
Fox beanie: Spearmint Love
Tree plaque w/ hooks: Target
And here’s my Pinterest board full of boy nursery inspiration, including pallet wall tutorials.
I hope Finn grows up to love his room as much as we do!
The professional photos in this post are (c) D Crowe Photography.