Nautical Nursery Ideas with
Crafts Projects for DIY ers
Nursery Décor for Nautical Baby Nursery Themes
The beauty of Liz's nautical nursery ideas is that they are cozy, colorful, stylish. PLUS she has used items in the room's design that moms and dads can DIY (read: make yourself) or buy using the shopping resources that she so thoughtfully supplied for those of us who are either too busy for crafts projects (no matter how badly we would love to do them if we just had the time) or don't know a handsaw from a paintbrush.
Jack's room design is sure to inspire anyone that is about to decorate a nursery for a baby boy. There is so much to love here and I can't wait to show you the pictures but I also want to tell you that if you see something that you want to buy that you should visit The Pledger Family Blog
to see where she bought or how she made the decorations.
Notice how the wooden monogram includes the date of birth just under the name.
nautical nursery bedding sets that will help you to select a color scheme for your baby's room.
While recycled wooden pallet walls
are very popular for many baby boy nursery themes
, a sign like this one that Liz bought for Jack is a great choice for apartment-dwellers that want to take their handiwork with them if they move.
The rustic wood of the sign is a perfect complement for the monogram sporting Jack's initials, the vintage sailboat oar and the shelf that not only has three drawers ready to hold daily essentials but a chalkboard where mom can post important information.
The walls of the changing area are beautifully decorated with a very unique homemade wall banner, framed artwork and an anchor over the changing table.
The navy blue and white changing pad adds a crisp contrast to the many rustic features of the room. I love the way that Liz's nautical nursery ideas feature both the old and the new, don't you?
A pretty glider is located near a lamp and an ample supply of reading material in a cozy corner of the room. What a pleasant spot for the family to spend time together reading or enjoy a moment of peace and quiet before bedtime.
The bold contrast of the nautical stripes on the storage bins are very similar to the pattern of the fabric covering the baby's changing pad.
After seeing baby Jack's nursery pictures
it is easy to believe that his life will indeed be a beautiful dream.
Free Printables for Goodie Bags
I know that this is off the topic of nautical nursery ideas but I just think it is so sweet how Liz took the time to remember the labor and delivery nurses.
The labels she designed are a perfect way to dress a sweet treat up to give as gifts to let people know how much you appreciate them!
I hope that visitors to Unique Baby Gear Ideas
have enjoyed Mrs. Pledger's nautical nursery ideas and that you will visit our website as well as hers often to see updates and more ideas for decorating baby's first room.