Photos by:

Sophie Mathewson

We welcomed our baby boy three months ago and today I am sharing his nursery, captured by Sophie Matthewson. We don’t usually post a whole lot of interiors, but what’s not to love about a baby’s room? I may be biased, but I am loving the cool, calm and collected vibe this room gives. You can also see the full tour on Glitter Guide.

A Moroccan Inspired Neutral Nursery Tour

I started off with a Moroccan desert camp vision inspired by our trips to Morocco, and the concept slowly evolved from there. I didn’t want a typical boy room with dark colors and since the room doesn’t get much natural light, I went with light colors and a neutral palette that can grow with our son.

The final result is a soothing and neutral nursery with a Botanical, Naturalist mood with a bit of an Explorer vibe.

Moroccan Nursery

The wallpaper is New Moon from Chasing Paper, which comes in 2×4 panels that are easy to install and removable. I installed them myself 6 months pregnant with the help of a laser level, so anyone can do it!

Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches


Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches

I have been crushing on the Lolly Crib from Babyletto ever since it came out, so I was excited to work with them on this project. I’ve been a customer of theirs since our daughter was born, and I love that their products are eco-friendly and crazy reasonable for such great design options.

The bookcase is also from Babyletto

Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches

Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches

Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches


Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches

Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches

Once the crib was set up, it felt like it was missing something, so I whipped up a crib skirt using painter’s dropcloth, cotton trim and stitch witchery. I had leftover bleached dropcloth from another project and all I did was to cut 3 panels to size, iron on fringe trim and attach the panels onto the mattress base with masking tape.

I found this photo of a domestic camel with its traditional colorful tassels on Etsy and had it framed through Framebridge. The rug is Vintage Trellis from RugsUsa. It has a subtle sheen to it with a faded pattern with gray and green on it.

Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches

Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches

Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches

Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches


Neutral Nursery Tour with Moroccan Touches

Moroccan Neutral Nursery for Boys

The art above the bookcase is from Minted, and the eucalyptus branch is made out of paper from this DIY project we posted a few weeks ago. The bookcase is from Babyletto and it comes with colorful knobs that you can arrange any way you like.

The Campaign dresser was a estate sale gem that I refinished, painted and added a removable changing tray (paint color is Behr Gladiator Gray).

Moroccan Neutral Nursery for Boys

Moroccan Neutral Nursery for Boys

Sources:

Removable wallpaper: New Moon from Chasing Paper
Crib: Lolly crib from Babyletto
Camel print: Sisi and Seb
Framing: Framebridge
Bookshelf: Dottie Bookcase from Babyletto
Rug: Vintage Trellis Rug from RugsUSA
Prints above bookshelf: Minted (succulent and palm leaf)
Clock: Target
Eucalyptus Wreath: see DIY here
Dresser: vintage with a DIY changing tray (similar)
Mirror: Overstock
Crib sheet: Land of Nod
Crib skirt: DIY
Leather Pouf: Minda Home
Glider: Gilt (similar)
Indigo Pillow: LuvTextiles
Tassel Pillow: Kate Spade
Side table: Overstock
Accordion Sconce: Overstock
Book ledges: Target
Wall hook: Anthropologie
Curtains: Overstock
Hamper: Serena & Lily
Furry throw: DIY
Cotton fringe trim from Etsy shops like this one

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