Classic Boys Bedrooms

posted by Tracy 2 Comments

There is something about a boy’s room designed around rich and bold colors that I just love.  I tend to be drawn to blues, reds and bright oranges.  I also love when nurseries transition really well into a big boy’s room.  Not much updating except adding a big boy bed.

Nautical theme!  Bellini’s Jessica Collection and Jacob bed in mahogany looks great in red, white and blue. Love the wide stripe rug by Dash & Albert and the pop of red in the lamp.

Bedding is important, it can tie the whole room together.  I am a huge fan of Maddi Boo bedding, which is sold at most Bellini stores.  Love how this set brings in the bright orange in a clean and classic way.

I am totally in love with this room, from Just a girl blog site.  The wall is made from pallet wood, which adds a rustic feel.  Love something and run with it, the rug is the focus point.  She brought in the orange again, not through bedding, but a simple throw.  Could also bring in a pop color through a lamp, pillows, or window treatments.

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About Tracy

Tracy Wild has over 15 years experience in the children’s industry from working behind the scenes at Ralph Lauren children’s wear and DKNY Kids. Before moving to North Carolina, Tracy helped manage the Connecticut Bellini showroom, doing buying and running their online boutique, the bean’s closet. She is also a mom to Julia and Max.
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2 Responses to Classic Boys Bedrooms

  1. Dina says:

    What color is that blue on the walls with the white crib

  2. admin says:

    Hi There! Please click on the picture and that will take you to the link of the nursery, it should give you all of the nursery details.

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