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12 Clever Baby Boy Room Ideas You’ll Want to Copy

Baby Boy Room Ideas You'll Want to Copy

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If you are looking for baby boy room ideas, you are in the right place. We have collected some of the most amazing nursery designs we could find. From modern and bright to eclectic and vintage, there is something here to suit every taste.

Baby Boy Room Ideas (with Pictures)

Create an accent wall to add character to a room

This nursery was designed as a gender neutral room because mom kept the gender a surprise. We love those huge white spots on the wall that give the room so much character. The little details are so beautiful here, right down to those gorgeous glass apothecary jars used to hold teeny tiny socks and hats. [Six 2 Eleven]

Splashes of yellow bring some character to this light and airy space

Here’s a boy’s nursery that uses gray but this time it’s combined with a lot of white and a few splashes of yellow. It looks like such a calm and airy space with a real nautical feel to it. And what little boy would not love that yellow race car? [Lay Baby Lay]

Goodbye office, hello serene baby sanctuary

You would never believe that this beautiful and serene baby’s room used to be a home office filled with coveted treasures. The blue and white colour palette gives it a seaside feel and the inside of that closet is just pure genius. It really does have a place for everything you could possibly need to care for a baby boy. [Container Store]

A beautiful mural creates a whimsical woodland theme

This woodland theme is so unique and just perfect for a little boy’s nursery. The hot air balloons strung above the crib will give him something to gaze at, and that mural is just stunning. The day bed is a great addition so mom or dad can be comfortable during night time feeds. [Project Nursery: JSwann]

A reclaimed wood accent wall makes this a modern rustic nursery

Here’s another woodland theme for a baby boy’s room, but this time there’s a wooden accent wall to really bring some warmth and character into the space. The owl wall hooks by the changing table are a great place to hang baby’s next outfit, and the wire baskets keep the diapers and wipes neat and tidy. [Project Nursery: Meagan Taylor]

Mix and don't try to match to make your baby's room really personal

Sometimes a room comes together with a few gorgeous pieces like this wooden crib. We love how simple this room is, brought to life by the animal masks and the family photos tacked to the wall. [Room to Bloom]

Oh the Places You'll Go inspired nursery design

When you’re gathering ideas for your baby boy’s room let everything and anything inspire you. Like the cover of a favorite children’s book. This colorful nursery is an inviting space, and the colorful lanterns around the room bring some pop! [Belle Bebes]

Sometimes simple can be the most beautiful

This simple cot (which turns into a toddler bed and then a desk) is stunning; add a comfortable rug for the floor and somewhere to store favorite books, and you have a perfect baby’s room. [The Design Files]

Bright colours brighten up a small space

If you only have a small space for your baby’s room, don’t be afraid to use bold, bright colors to really add some character. [Desire to Inspire]

Be daring with a circular crib

We love this space. That bold dark blue on the wood-paneled wall is so warm and contrasting with the dark wood on that gorgeous round crib. This is such an inviting space. [We Are Scout]

A baby's room doesn't have to feel babyish

Be bold. Be brave. And create a space that your baby boy will grow in to. This is just a gorgeous room and that crib. Oh my! [100 Layer Cakelet]

Aqua and grey chevron nursery

The gray and aqua color schemes used in this baby boy’s room are fresh and light. The chevron pattern on the drapes, throws and the changing mat cover gives everything a lift. We love how they added some vintage touches, like the photo frames above the dresser and the side table. [Project Nursery: LBerkeley]

Baby Boy Room Ideas You'll Want to Copy