Nursery Reveal! | Black, White & Natural Wood Baby Boy Room Tour

 A little peek into Ryker's bedroom! I am sharing every detail that I put into this room to make it the absolute sweetest boy nursery, he can grow into.

It was important for me that the room be something he can grow into and not too cheesy or "baby-ish"... even though he is a baby. I got most of the stuff on amazon or from small shops. It feels very calming and warm with all the neutrals and minimalist decor to me. 

I chose to go with classic black and white with natural accents. I did white furniture with black hardware and pops of light wood for the decor. I love the way it turned out and how I can customize it as he grows to incorporate any theme he is into.

Below I am sharing all the links to all the items in the room. Even though he slept in a bassinet in our bedroom for the first 6 months, we did lots of time, nursing, napping, tummy time and playing in his room, until he transitioned there over night.

Ryker's Nursery

  • Fisher-Price Glendale 4-in-1 Convertible Crib, Frost White: https://amzn.to/3q9GJxW
  • Nook Sleep Pure Organic Crib Mattress for Ryker and Naturepedic No-Compromise Organic Cotton Classic 150 Crib mattress for Kinsley: https://amzn.to/2xVlmZX)
  • Burt's Bees Baby100% Organic Cotton Crib Sheet: https://amzn.to/3cPHZkb
Storage/Laundry/Toy Baskets:
  • Sheep Skin Rug in Ivory
  • Name sign: My Custom Timber
  • 11x14 Natural Picture Frames: https://amzn.to/2Sx0cfF
  • Wood/Black Floating Shelves: https://amzn.to/3gvoaAN
  • Storkcraft Moss 6 Drawer Dresser in White: https://amzn.to/2SE7BcZ
  • Dresser Black T Knobs: https://amzn.to/3vuH2nT
  • Foldable Cloth Storage Boxes: https://amzn.to/2xjTkHy
  • Black/White Table Lamp: https://amzn.to/3q3VzFT
  • Disposable Changing pad covers: https://amzn.to/2S3G30p
  • Changing Pad: https://amzn.to/3j0DWpl

I plan to do this same set up I did with my daughter for the drawers:

Top drawers: diapers, wipes, disposable changing pad covers, brush, soft rattle, paci, thermometers, baby tylenol, diaper cream, etc. on the left and and newborn-3 month clothing on the right.

Second drawers: burp cloths, beanie hats, long sleeve kimono shirts, socks and booties on the left, and  3-6 month clothes on the right.

Bottom drawers: blankets on the left and 6-9 month clothes on the right. 

The notes, spreadsheet and schedules below that I put together along the way are my ultimate go-to guides that I hope you find helpful (and share with your friends)! From what to pack in your hospital bag, to sleep schedules (so they actually sleep), easy recipes to feed your baby for their first solid foods or homemade play dough to keep them entertained... I hope these resources help prepare and guide you through your journey through parenthood.

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