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Mom of three that loves babies, home decor, and capturing all of the details and memories of both through photos.

Boho + Farmhouse Baby Nursery

When decorating my children’s spaces, I always look for ways to incorporate the modern farmhouse style of the rest of our home with the whimsy of a child’s space. For this nursery, I knew I wanted to give a vintage feel to the space, so we installed a shiplap wall (which is found in other parts of our home), but in the nursery we installed it vertically. I felt like this gave the space a retro look to correlate with the other rattan and vintage inspired pieces in her room. I love soft and warm neutrals so I knew I wanted to start with a simple white canvas and add subtle colors in small areas of the room.
I also absolutely love shopping with small businesses, especially those run by other moms, and really enjoyed culling little pieces from these shops.  Her room is an eclectic mix of goods from all over the world, and I love to think about all of the creative women who crafted them with love, all while supporting their families.  My hope was to create a soothing space that not only looked pretty, but also was unmistakably a child’s room filled with my daughter’s little treasures. We hope you love these boho and farmhouse baby nursery decor ideas!

Bryce’s Rustic Meets Modern Monochrome Nursery

When I found out I was having a baby boy, I’ll be honest and say that I felt a little sense of panic when I thought about decorating a nursery. Before my daughter was born, I felt like I had a clear vision of the type of nursery I wanted for her, and had so much fun bringing that vision to life. But a boy’s room felt so foreign to me; I’ve grown up with all sisters and boy things were just not on my radar!
When it came time to really start putting the room together, I actually started finding my inspiration through Instagram. I’d found some Mama-owned shops that I’d been following for a while because I loved the beautiful and unique products they created. I started paying attention to their items that were more ‘boyish’ and began to see a pattern with the things I liked – they were mostly monochrome – black, white, gray, and natural wood tones, and had a whimsical edge to them. When I think of boys, I think of the outdoors, and starting pulling together items that featured mountains, camping, and various woodland creatures. I also needed the room to fit with the style of the rest of our home, which has a modern farmhouse vibe, and thought the wood planked wall would tie it all together.
For several months I continued to find more and more fantastic small businesses through Instagram and built a collection of my favorite finds. I loved that the items were unique and that I was helping another Mama somewhere in the world (so many of them are in Australia – I think there must be something in the water there that sparks incredible creativity among the ladies who live there!) I wasn’t sure how or if it would all come together, but once I really began decorating the room, I felt like it did and I’m so happy with the result.