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Boy-Friendly Chandelier Decor

Listen up mommies, we all know that little girls have more”shoppin” choices than little boys, but it doesn’t have to be the same in nursery decor. The classic chandelier has always been considered a feminine decor piece, and I’m here to tell you, it can look fabulous in a boy’s room too!

With the growing trend of chandeliers as decor, also noted in My Tiny Nest’s post earlier this week, it’s about time boys have a few choices too. We recently received pictures of a nursery that was designed around our Caden Lane Parker Bedding. When I was designing the Luxe Collection, I definitely had chandeliers in mind for the luxurious and vibrant collection, and not just for the girls either. I think a slick black chandelier looks amazing in a little boy’s nursery. Coupled with black, white and blue, it just pops!

Check out this nursery by Lexi Baker, the perfect example of incorporating a chandelier into a boy’s nursery.

I love how she’s brought in different chandelier design elements into the room. The wall decor and pillows are the perfect touch to the black chandelier.

Bold and Masculine Chandelier Accents

Looking for your own chandelier decor? Here are some of my favorites ideal for a boy’s luxe nursery.

1. Chandelier Silhouette Throw Pillow  for comfort and style 2. Peel and Stick Chandelier are adorable over the crib or changing table 3. Shower invites and Baby Announcements as creative room decor 4. Chandelier Rug 5. Peel and stick chandeliers for adding style to a bare wall


  1. 1

    i love the look of this nursery! i’m due in april & when i found out baby is a boy – i was excited yet distraught because i really wanted to use chandeliers in the nursery, but felt it was too “girly”. seeing how this nursery is designed though is so encouraging & reassures me i can still throw in a few elements that have a chandelier on them! thanks for posting!

  2. 2

    I still cannot see chandeliers as an accessory that would fit a boy’s room. And because of that, I think this nursery leans more toward the feminine side. It’s just a matter of conditioning, I guess. My mind’s conditioned to see chandeliers as feminine, and now it’s hard to get rid of that.

  3. 3

    It’s just one of those stereotypes. But things are more open and more flexible now, and there aren’t things that are entirely feminine just as there aren’t ones that are entirely masculine nowadays. Guys are rockin’ pink shirts!

  4. 4

    I guess I’m already on the bandwagon! I actually ended up with two chandeliers in my son’s room. He’s too little to know what is or isn’t feminine, and I LOVE how they look. See his room on Project Nursery here.

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