Baby Boy’s Woodland Nursery


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Crystal Paterson

Baby Boy Woodland Nursery

Decorating the nursery was the only thing keeping me sane in the last months of pregnancy. We went with a baby boy woodland nursery. Full with animals, mountains and wood accents. I decorated his nursery to have meaning and to show him things that he needs to remember as he grows up. Color choices were navy blue and greys with hints of mint green because if you know me, those are my favorite colors and they worked perfectly for this theme. I think it turned out great. Super simple and perfect for the small space we have.

I’ve been super excited to share with you the nursery. I was so happy with how it turned out. We live close to the mountains and I just love the majestic feeling you get when you drive through them or simply just look at them. When you see mountains, they can mean so many different things. Enormous, intimidating, strong, are just some of the words used to describe them. I love that the bible speaks of mountains as obstacles that we face and how God can see us through them. “Faith can move mountains.” and speak to the mountain about how great your god is. It is my all time favorite, that feeling of hope and peace that comes with those thoughts is overwhelming. I chose to use mountains in my little one’s room so that it can represent that feeling of hope and peace. That he knows no matter what he faces in life God is bigger and will see him through.

I focused on strong animals like the bear and stag because they are strong. These pictures from @daffodilecreek with the bible verse within them was perfect. I want my son to be strong and courageous in everything he faces in his life. I want him to know that with his family and God on his side he can do anything. While I was pregnant, I really focused on Psalms 139, that God made him, fearfully and wonderfully, and for a purpose. I want him to know that he was made with purpose for a purpose, and to do great things, no matter how big or how small. The greatest part about the woodland theme is the sense of adventure it has, and that is my wish for our family. To spend quality time together adventuring and courageously navigating this life!

I’ve linked all the furniture in this post for you guys. If you see anything you like take a look. We had some wonderful people make some stuff for us – so those aren’t sold anywhere, like our quilt. How great is it? The colors and prints – just worked out perfectly! So in love with it! For closer up photos of my decor check out my Instagram

  1. Storkcraft Tuscany Crib// Walmart 4 in 1 convertible crib; comes in chocolate and white – I went with grey as it was one of the colors we chose for the nursery. It’s also on Amazon
  2. Vito 6 Drawer Dresser// Pure White from Home Depot
  3. Storkcraft Hoop Glider and Ottoman// Best Buy – they come in all different colors
  4. Mountain Shelves// Homemade Locally owned business @littlebluepenguindesigns
  5. Nursery Decor Photos// Daffodile Creek farmhouse decor @daffodilecreek
  6. Mountain Pillows//Unraveled Crochet, another locally owned homemade shop @unraveledcrochet

As much as I love the nursery right now I’m not totally done yet, I’m sure I’ll find some things to change along the way as he grows up as well.  

If you guys have any questions about where to find some of the stuff from Malachi’s nursery feel free to contact me.

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Love Crystal

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  1. kirsty-rose

    That chair looks so comfortable and this room looks so cosy! Even though I am nowhere near to having children I love looking at nurseries – this one is so peaceful! x


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