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Baby boy bedroom ideas for the nursery and beyond

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Baby boy bedroom ideas

Spring is here, which means one thing - parents around the UK are itching to update their homes and take on a new project. 

Does this sound familiar? If so, there's no better place to get started than the nursery. Whether you're a new parent or guardian looking to transform a room into their own space or just searching around for inspiration to revamp the baby's room, you've come to the right place.

Here at Mother&Baby, we've created a whole guide to baby boy bedroom ideas for the nursery and beyond. 

Related: The best nursery décor ideas for your little one's room

Before we start running down what to buy, it's essential to decide on a theme for the room.

Not sure what direction to take it in?

We've created a virtual mood board to inspire the best baby boy bedroom ideas for you and your growing family. 

1) Dinosaur bedroom

Whether it's a nook in the nursery or the whole room, a dinosaur theme is a fun way to decorate.

Not only can you buy Tyrannosaurus Rex bedding or Velociraptor toys, but you can also create amazing wall features like this one.

It's bound to get a rawr or two! 

2) Paw Patrol bedroom

Bring your little one's favourite TV show to life thanks to incredible bedroom accessories like the Paw Patrol Job Pups' Wall ClockPaw Patrol Kids Sling Bookcase and Paw Patrol 2 in 1 Inflatable Flip Out Mini Sofa.

3) Astronaut bedroom

Take your youngster on a journey into outer space without leaving the nursery. 

From a fun Weskjer Planet Neon Light to a personalised room sign, there are plenty of ways to bring the galactic adventure to life. 

Any parents who are great at DIY will be over the moon to try their hand at building a bed spaceship or even painting a glow in the dark star scene on the ceiling. 

4) Jungle bedroom

Who doesn't like animals? If your infant adores learning about tigers, elephants, monkeys and giraffes, then they'll enjoy a whole room designed with these magnificent creatures. 

We're talking about everything from the Tidlo Wooden Natural Jungle Toy Chest to the little details like Mousehouse Gifts Kids Safari Themed Photo Frame.

5) Under the sea bedroom

There's so much that you can do with an underwater theme!

For starters, there's inspiration from classics like Finding NemoThe Little Mermaid and Shark Tale, but you can also choose to go down a more generic route. 

Take this to the next level thanks to the JOYYI Kids Night Light Projector, which has two settings to choose from: sea world or stars. 

How to bring baby boy bedroom ideas to life?

Now that we've run down our favourite baby boy bedroom ideas, it's time to put your design skills to the test and discover all the products to help you create the nursery your kids will love.

Baby boy bedroom ideas

aden + anais swaddles are award-winning muslins, winning Gold in the Best Product for a Newborn category in both 2018 and 2017 in the M&B Awards – and for good reason. They are soft, practical, and multi-purpose. You can use a big muslin as a baby blanket on warmer days, or layer up by folding it over. Not to mention the fact that they'll look amazing on display. 

Read our full review here -The best baby blankets for every budget.

Elegantly rounded corners set this distinctive cot apart from the crowd. It’s available in white or grey and has an adjustable bed base with three different mattress positions to suit your baby from birth to toddlerhood.

It’s designed for use with the Kub Luna cot mattress (£70-90), which can be bought separately. However, a standard cot mattress won’t fit because of the rounded edges, so factor that into your budget.

Read our full review here - Tried & tested! 6 statement cots to help your baby sleep in style now. 

If you've gone for a space theme in your nursery, these astronaut pictures are the perfect fit for your mini space explorer! Printed on high-quality canvas it guarantees the best quality and the most vivid colours - frames not included.

Read our full review here - 20 adorable nursery wall decor ideas. 

Transform your baby's nursery into a woodland oasis with this non-woven wallpaper. This showcases birches with birds, squirrels and butterflies.

Read our full review here - Woodland theme nursery inspiration.

This colourful dinosaur toddler bed has a removable dinosaur canopy your child will love. Low to the ground with protective sides, it has a handy pull out under bed storage drawers for filling with toys and books. 

Read our full review here - The best toddler beds for your growing tot.

What room is complete without a cosy rug? This cotton lion head piece will set the theme for your child's nursery. The design and price gets a big thumbs up from us. 
Read our full review here - The best safari-themed nursery inspiration.

A simple, colourful cot mobile depicting Noah and his ark full of animals, plus a beautiful rainbow overhead. It’s wooden with a string for hanging, although advice on the product says not to hang this directly over your baby’s cot. It's also very affordable. What's not to like? 

Read our full review here - The best cot mobiles to help soothe your baby to sleep.

The Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature thermometer can be used in the bath and bedroom. Stand out features include the LED warning light, which lets you know when the bath is getting too hot. It’s also got an easy-to-read screen. We think this will make the perfect addition to your baby boys bedroom. 

Read our full review here - The best baby room thermometers for checking the nursery.

A botanical changing mat is a useful addition to your jungle-inspired nursery. This one is 100 per cent waterproof, wipeable and padded with foam to ensure maximum comfort.

Read our full review here - The best jungle-themed nursery inspiration.

Whether you opt for a theme or not for your child's room, this three-piece furniture set is all about storage. And, trust us you need plenty of it. 

Although this is an expensive purchase, it does include a convertible cot to toddler bed, a dresser with a removable changing top and a compact wardrobe. Although, if bought separately, this would cost £219 extra. 

Our favourite thing about this range is that it's good quality and can still be used when they get older. Result!

 
  • Author: Lily Anderson Lily Anderson
  • Job Title: Senior Commercial Content Writer

Lily Anderson is a Senior Commercial Content Writer at Bauer Media, where she writes about and reviews products for titles like Mother&Baby, Heat, Closer, What’s the Best and Yours. After earning a BA (Hons) in Magazine Journalism and Feature Writing at Southampton Solent University, Lily has specialised in lifestyle and shopping content.

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