The popular opinion, in this case, was correct, and baby Harvey is a baby Will! We found out on Friday and all involved have been in full-on baby boy shopping mode ever since. We now have less than five months to pull it all together, after all. Good thing someone told me it can take up to a couple of months for a crib to come in! We hope you enjoy the inspiration photos, even if you aren’t planning a nursery of your own.
House and Home
I’m a big fan of animal skin and animal print rugs, so I’m pretty sure there will be something of that nature over the main rug. This hyde is pretty, but I’m afraid it could be a little too scratchy for when he’s crawling around.
So something animal-inspired like this could work. Mom has been dying to order a blabla mobile similar to the one over this crib — but in grays and baby blues — from the day she found out she was having a grandchild. I made her hold off just in case it was a girl!
This is my favorite choice for the nursery animal skin. It’s soft and fluffy and looks like a wonderful place for a little boy to crawl around, assuming, of course, it’s vacuumed religiously.
Isn’t this elephant laundry basket so cute? I think if I had had one of these growing up I might have actually gotten the clothes in the hamper. Well, maybe…
Pottery Barn Kids
The nautical look of this room is, to me, perfect for a beach house nursery.
Tom Felecia Design
This nursery is so whimsical and fun. Rosie Pope, the pregnancy concierge on Pregnant in Heels says babies needs lots of color and whimsy to keep them interested. Tom Felecia definitely pulls that off. By the way, if you haven’t watched Pregnant in Heels, you should. It’s endlessly entertaining — even if you aren’t pregnant!
Posts on Design Chic may contain affiliate links or links to sponsor’s sites. We try to partner with businesses we think will be of interest to our followers and always strive to bring you content you’ll love. Thanks for reading!