Project Nursery: Baby Boy Room Decor

Project Nursery: Baby Boy Room Decor. Jungle Animal Colour Scheme for Boys Baby Room Nursery

Surprise – It’s a BOY!! Well, I am pretty sure the title of this post gave this away. Needless to say my husband and I are super excited to be adding a little Mister to the family – a bit of a shock to my side of the family which consists of all females, so my Dad is happy to no longer be outnumbered!

I’m sure I’m not alone, when it comes to being an expectant mother, to want to start creating a space for the newest addition to the family. My husband and I had two themes in mind (one for a boy and one for a girl) when it came to baby room decorating and to be honest it’s nothing crazy creative. We simply wanted to fill the space with colour, with my husband being a teacher he is aware of the importance of colour and how it impacts a child’s development, plus I am not a fan of the neutral theme popular now (this post explains why “My home is not like the others”.)

When I was exploring online for inspiration I came across this GORGEOUS Children’s Jungle Rug via Temple & Webster and the rest of the baby nursery theme fell into place. I instantly fell in love with the cute cartoon animals and the use of colour within the rug, I already have green black-out curtains in the room, so the pieces were starting to fall into place. After searching further around the Temple & Webster website I found more and more items to add to my wish list (and even more for my upcoming renovations, but that post is for another day).

Project Nursery: Baby Boy Room Decor. Jungle Animal Colour Scheme for Boys Baby Room Nursery

Items on my Baby Boy Nursery Wishlist
Children’s Jungle Rug
Grey Carrie Stroller Blanket
Green Little Ones Clothes Tree
Cubo Twin 2 Tier Shelf
Baby Elephant Wooden Animal

Keep an eye out for my upcoming Baby Nursery room reveal planned for May… with bub-bub due late July we still have a few items to purchase to finish off the entire room look. So watch this space…

* Brought to you by Temple & Webster. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.

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