A Vintage, Rustic Nursery for Baby H!

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A Project For

Let's call him "Baby H"

Age

expected to arrive July 4!

Location

West Texas

Description

A fun, manly nursery with vintage, rustic and modern accents. 

Design Inspiration

For our little boy's nursery, I wanted a fun manly room with vintage, modern and rustic accents, without having a "theme." I stuck with a basic color scheme of red, black, wood grain and yellow. The majority of the room's contents are more grown up than your typical nursery, but we didn't want to limit the decor to only appealing to his infant and toddler years. 

I tried to incorporate elements of our life, all the while keeping it vintage. We paid tribute to our alma mater, Texas Tech University, the farming and ranching heritage we were raised in, and our love for music, hunting and sports. 

 

Decorating Style

Industrial. Vintage. Sports. Americana. Rustic.

Much of the decor accents we already owned, were a DIY project, or I picked up in a junk store!

Project Details

Favorite Items

My favorite items are the red and yellow wooden arrows! How fun!? And the rocker is a close tie. I wanted an overstuffed rocker/glider so bad, but was not willing to fork over the $400+ for a new one. Luckily, I found a used Pottery Barn rocker at a consignment store for $80! And it's so comfortable!

Advice

Details make a room! Don't feel confined to a theme or making your nursery super baby-ish! 

13 Comments

  1. 1

    I just wrote a comment for another room that it was my favorite little boy’s room ever, but now that I have seen your room it’s a tie! What a cool idea! I love all of your DIY projects and the vintage finds. Your little baby boy will love the room!

  2. 2

    I love this nursery! It is all boy….. and one that he can have for a long time. I love that it has vintage feel with modern touches.

  3. 3

    Thank you so much! I took quick pictures that really don’t do it justice! I’m so glad you like it, and thanks for the feedback:)

  4. 4

    The vintage Indian and cowboy boots are to die for!! I also like the other vintage items, like those baseball balls and Pepsi crate.

  5. 5

    Very Unique!

  6. 6

    I love this room… What a lucky little boy! Where did you get the cow print? Thanks

  7. 7

    Ali,

    Thanks! I bought the cow print in a boutique in Lubbock. It is no longer open, but I have seen the print on decorsteals.com and several other online retailers. Hope this helps!

  8. 8

    Love this nursery. Living in the panhandle of Texas – I relate to it!! If our baby is a boy- I plan to use this as inspiration.

  9. 9

    Where did you get the changing pad cover?  Love this room!

  10. 10

    Can you tell me where you got the cow print from? It is really cute. I have looked on etsy but have not found that one.

  11. 11

    LOVE this room. Could you tell me where you found the mirror? Or the dimentions of it?

  12. 12

    Where is the calf painting from??? I swear a friend of mine has the same one and I have been looking for one!

  13. 13

    I pinned this awhile back but was disappointed because you did not post the cow canvas link. I love the color scheme and feel of this wall. Well today at the Ruffles and Rust Expo in Lubbock one of the vendors had the cow print! I am beyond ecstatic to have come across it. The painter also has some pig and goat canvases. They are all as awesome as this canvas.

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