While I enjoy the occasional over-the-top nursery, more often than not, I find myself drawn to those spaces that are simple and clean instead. This baby boy nursery for little Zachary feels inviting and uncluttered with plenty of personal touches found around the room.
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A modified IKEA dresser makes for a great changing table. Add a garland of felt balls with some necessities for the babe and you're set!
"Z" is for "Zachary" -- a sweet personal touch on the windowsill.
The chalkboard sign was an easy DIY and looks right at home on that wall. Is there anything more exciting than seeing a nursery stocked with tiny shoes and little clothes in anticipation of the new arrival? So fun!
These little pennant buntings are so easy to put together, no wonder they make such popular nursery decor. I appreciate the soft yellows and grays in the fabric choice. The entire room is quite peaceful, don't you think?
This nursery is proof you don't have to go overboard to make a special space for your little one, especially when using white as a primary feature.
Tell me your thoughts on this baby's bedroom: do you like its understated, calm feel, or is it a little too simple for your taste?