Rustic Modern nursery for a baby boy. Orange, navy blue, grey, and whites.
When I started looking for nursery ideas, I saw a faux barn door as a headboard on a blog and fell in love with the rustic look for a little boy's nursery.
I have a bit of a mix of styles. In our home, I have a combination of shabby chic, rustic, and modern to balance it all out. I love the effortless, quaint look with light colors. I have to be careful not to make it too girly - for my husband :)
"Barn Door" - DIY, made by my husband
Crib - Walmart
Glider - Walmart
Gray/Orange "1-2-3" ottoman and Twin Tin Crate (on dresser used for diaper cream, lotion, etc) - Flea Market, Frisco Mercantile
Orange and White Striped Rug - West Elm
Dresser - (old) originally in guest room, Ikea
Bedding (3 piece) - Rosenberry Rooms
Mirror - (old) originally in guest room. Flea Market, Spray painted Navy Blue
Curtains - Urban Outfitters (Navy Blue color not available)
Branch Curtain Tie Back - Urban Outfitters
Orange Checkered Lamp - Target (clearance aisle)
HUDSON Letters on wall - Hobby Lobby (cardboard 3D letters painted grey-ish blue)
Wicker Basket with Chalkboard Tag for books - Target
White framed Dinosaur & Owl "O" Art - Target
"I am His" Art and Orange-framed Owl "Hudson" Art - YellowDeskDesigns
I love so many things about this nursery. I am pleased with it since it is my first baby and first nursery to decorate and design myself. However, my favorite pieces are the barn door, the ottoman, and the "I am His" custom wall print. I know I will be able to use the barn door as a headboard for him one day!
I decorated this nursery over a total of a 4 1/2 - 5 month span. Take your time! I shopped around and took my time to look, because 1) I wanted the perfect item and 2) I wanted a good, budget-friendly price. Be open to the places you could find your items - they could even be in your home! You can create a beautiful nursery on a budget.