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baby boy nursery inspiration

The one room in our house I have yet to tackle is baby Musser’s nursery. When we moved in, I thought I’d be most anxious to complete that space. But, instead, I’ve found myself so hesitant with making decor decisions. To be honest, it feels strange crafting a living area for some human I haven’t even met. There are millions of adorable details we could incorporate, so narrowing things down has taken a while. Having to pull together our registry was that final kick I needed to settle on a particular style. Today I’m sharing our baby boy nursery inspiration that focuses on natural wood tones, neutral accents, and welcoming textures. And as I’m almost in the third trimester I know we’ll be diving in head-on quite soon.

one: this garment rack that works for years to come

two: a simple yet stimulating wooden toy

three: plush llama (kind of our ‘signature’ animal for baby boy)

four: the rocking chair that blends design with comfort

five: moroccan inspired pouf for a multi-functional foot rest

six: this tassel throw blanket in neutral stripes

seven: a modern + minimal wall clock

eight: the macrame hanging that’ll transform any wall

nine: this circular bookshelf to create a sweet reading space

ten: woven toy baskets to act as catch-alls

eleven: repurposing an old rug of ours to warm up his room

twelve: the sweetest little rocker I ever did see

thirteen: this dual purpose vintage dresser we’ll use instead of a separate changing table

fourteen: a baby gym that doesn’t make for an unpleasant eyesore

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