Baby Boy nursery!

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What started out as a no-theme nursery with an urban modern twist ended up with a little theme anyhow! We had lots of fun getting inspiration from project nursery and collecting things from all different stores and boutiques. I can't wait until our little one arrives!

Design Inspiration

All the fun rooms on Project Nursery!

Decorating Style


Project Details

It all started with the bedding from Oilo which was a trial pattern they had for a few months.  Then we went to the walls which I wanted to be grey-blue. They turned out a little more blue than I expected but with all the navy accents it worked. 

Other items:

Crib is David Netto Moderne 

Paintings are Jennifer Mercede (on Etsy)

Elephant Hook is Anthropologie

Fabric used on toy bins, changing pad, and pillow is Serena and Lilly as well as the book ends. 

Glider is white leather from Oilo (sold with pouf) as is the light fixture.

White wall hangings are Spot on Square (thank you fellow project nursery people)

Rug is from

Favorite Items

My favorite items are the glider and the book ends! It's hard to choose though because I love how everything came together! 


Think details! After you get the bedding, crib, and chair, fill it in with little details thats what makes it look finished. 


  1. 1

    I absolutely love this room! You did an excellent job! Where did you get the organization tray for the changing table top and the magazine rack/side table?

  2. 2

    A little more than a month to go, am sure you must be really excited!  I love how you left the windows without anything.  The view outside is lovely in itself.  But doesn’t it get warm at certain times of the day though?  My favorite items here are the rug, the green lighting fixture (where’d you get that) and that shelf that looks like a leaning ladder, that’s really unique!

  3. 3

    Thank you so much for the kinds words! 

    The organization tray is by Bam. It’s called the Bam diaper caddy and I found it on amazon( 100.00) .  I also ordered the side table from amazon by searching for acrylic tables. You can find it at several other places too including target ($120.00). 

    Ken- we went round and round about putting up the really great navy velour drape I found and in the end decided not to hide the city view! We do however have a hidden blind for privacy and shade. Its hidden at the top of the window behind the grey panel. 

    The light fixture if from Oilo Studio and the book shelf is actually just crate and barrel. They happen to carry a white lacquer bookshelf that matched the crib and fit perfectly in the space of that wall. It’s actually very sturdy, and bolts into the wall if you want it to so that a toddler doesn’t pull it down on themselves. 

  4. 4

    A great design!  The Oopsy Daisy artwork compliments the design of the room wonderfully and adds just the right amount of visual interest!  Well done!

  5. 5

    So simple and very functional!! Love it! We came across the same issue w/ our paint color for our walls. We wanted gray w/ a little hint of blue but now that it’s on the wall, it looks more blue than gray lol! End result is still good tho. Happy waiting :)

  6. 6

    I love this nursery and the wall colour! Do you mind sharing the paint brand and colour code/name?

  7. 7

    HI! Its Benjamin Moore. Number 1620 Blue Heather! I would say its blue with grey in it!

  8. 8

    I absolutely love this nursery!  I’ve gotten a lot of inspiration from your nursery for my baby boy’s room.  Thank you for sharing!

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