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Baby Boy Nursery Tour: National Parks Theme Nursery

Need baby boy nursery inspo? Let me introduce you to my latest passion project. I had so much fun decorating this nursery for my new baby boy. Welcoming him into this space was a dream come true. I hope you love the nursery just as much as I do!

nursery reveal with national park theme

This summer, my family and I welcomed a new member – baby Theodore, or Teddy as we call him. I had the best time putting together this baby boy nursery for him to come home to. 

Teddy’s nursery is something I’ve been dreaming about for years. I always knew I wanted to do a national parks theme, and this summer, I got to make that dream a reality!

I had a blast putting this room together; it truly was a labor of love. We had so many friends and family members help me transform this space; it’s almost overwhelming!

I am so thankful to my loved ones for helping turn an overcrowded craft room into my dream baby boy nursery. I couldn’t have done it without them. 

My baby boy’s nursery turned out even better than I could’ve imagined. This is the perfect space for my little Teddy Bear to grow up in! 💙🧸

Get ready for the grand tour!

Also, if you’re curious about my firstborn’s nursery, take a peek at Lily’s floral theme room: Floral Theme Nursery for a Baby Girl

changing table with framed picture and small toys next to a lamp

Baby boy nursery tour

Decorating this baby boy nursery definitely took some time, but the results are so worth the effort!

I’m so happy with the theme, color palette, and customized details I added to this room. It’s filled with special little touches that are playful, calming, and filled with a whole lot of love.

Let’s take a look!

National Park themed baby boy nursery

Decorating the walls

I wanted to include some sort of forest imagery in Teddy’s nursery to fit with a national park motif.

I found this beautiful pine tree wallpaper mural on Etsy. The watercolor pines are beyond stunning and make such a great statement piece for the room. 

tree mural behind a white crib

The wallpaper is also handmade for an extra special touch. Bonus – it comes in a peel-and-stick formula for super easy application. I have an entire post on peel-and-stick wallpaper if you’re interested!

Another wonderful addition to my baby boy’s nursery wall – a custom welcome to our adventure sign. This wall feature fits the theme perfectly, and I love that I was able to customize it with baby Theodore’s name. 

sign that reads Welcome to the adventures of Theodore

Baby boy nursery decor

Decorating is, obviously, a huge passion of mine. So when it came to decorating Teddy’s nursery, I didn’t hold back!

I filled the room with lots of nature-inspired decor in colors that pop but still resemble the natural world. 

One of my favorite features is this adorable woodland mobile. I feel like it totally encapsulates what it’s like to camp under the stars with its sweet evergreen trees, snow-topped mountain, and starry night sky. 

tree mural behind a wood and felt crib mobile

Because nature is such a big part of this baby boy nursery, I was inspired to include several green features. I chose these linen blackout curtains in a sage green color to help block out natural light and add color to the space.

Nursery furniture

When choosing Teddy’s crib, I wanted something that was both visually appealing and functional. I chose the Child Craft Soho convertible crib in the white/natural shade. 

baby boy nursery reveal

This crib has 4 different functions – crib, toddler bed, day bed, and full-size bed. It’s super important to me to pick up pieces that will grow with Teddy in an effort to make more sustainable choices (not to mention economical!). 

To accessorize Teddy’s crib, I picked up this premium\foam crib mattress and crib mobile arm

I also purchased the matching dresser from the Soho collection to complete the set. 

long wall of a nursery with dresser, changing table bookshelf, and picture ledges and a mirror on the wall.

Baby boy nursery linens 

If you’re a parent, you know you can never have enough linens around. I went a little linen crazy with these woodland creature-themed crib sheets. 

I wanted lots of options, so I chose sets with sweet foxes, bears and stags, and assorted forest animals

green upholstered rock in a baby boy's room

Of course, I had to have an equally fun changing mat. I chose this changing mat cover with lovely mountain ranges in natural tones. 

Perhaps my favorite linen in Teddy’s entire nursery is this reversible quilt with all sorts of national parks on it. When I first saw this quilt, I couldn’t believe it; the way it matches the theme is almost too good to be true! 

baby boy nursery reveal with national park theme

Nursery extras

I included a couple of extras on my baby registry this time around that I thought would be super useful in Teddy’s nursery.

The first one is this Hatch mini white noise machine that is designed specifically with babies and children in mind.

White noise is such a helpful tool to help you sleep at night. This machine has 8 sound options, including wind, rain, heartbeat, and birds. 

picture ledges above cube shelving for nursery storage

It also has a custom timer that can be operated from a distance by a smartphone; this is super handy when trying to sneak out of the baby’s room unnoticed. 

A slightly less glamorous but even more handy extra is this Dekor Plus hands-free diaper pail

I feel like parents are often 50/50 on these kinds of products. Personally, I find this hands-free bin super helpful. 

changing table with framed picture and small toys next to a lamp

Final thoughts: Baby boy nursery tour 

I hope you love Baby Teddy’s nursery as much as I do. Planning and decorating this room was such an amazing experience. 

And though the nursery is filled with so many beautiful things, I think the most beautiful part is all the love my friends and family poured into its creation.

I think our love for baby Teddy really shines through. 

sun coming through the window of a baby boy's nursery

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Tania Griffis is an accomplished writer, blogger, and interior designer with a Journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma. She started her popular blog, Run to Radiance, in 2011, demonstrating her design expertise through the personal remodeling of six houses to millions of readers across the globe.

Tania also owns The Creative Wheelhouse, a respected ghostwriting agency for bloggers, further showcasing her talent for creating engaging and informative content.

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