Boho Minimal Baby Boy Nursery Inspo from Pottery Barn’s 2021 Collection

Today I am sharing my favorite 2021 Pottery Barn Kids finds I used as my boho minimal baby boy nursery inspo when putting together my sons bohemian nursery.

Planning Out my Baby Boy Bohemian Minimalist Nursery

When I first started planning baby boy’s nursery I knew I wanted a boho minimal baby boy nursery. Minimalistic was the look I was going for with a mix of boho. I didn’t want a lot of color when walking into the room. Pinterest was ultimately my best friend when picking a theme for bubby’s room and after looking at a variation of nursery decor inspo, I went with a minimalistic bohemian style nursery. It was the simplest nursery to decorate and so much fun putting everything together. I hope this post gives you all the boho nursery inspiration you can get with a mix of expensive and inexpensive pieces.

I was going for a very neutral colored room, white, black with a mix of browns and it was literal perfection for a baby boys room. It was totally different than any nursery or room I had put together considering the fact that my two oldest are girls! The biggest change we did to the room was the wallpaper. I went for a black and white half moon/ full moon phased wallpaper that I purchased from Loomwell. The wallpaper is the main attraction to his boho nursery and I am absolutely in love with it. Truly everything I expected and envisioned.

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2021 Boho Pottery Barn Kids Nursery Finds

Bubby’s nursery was created with pieces from Pottery Barn Kids (gifted to us), Amazon, Ikea, and good ole target. If you follow me on instagram or youtube you know I love me some Target! The Pottery Barn Kids pieces elevate the room in such a simplistic way, which I love. I kept the room pretty neutral and brought in some color with the rug, knick knacks on the shelf, and his bedsheets. In addition, to color, I used a black and white wallpaper to bring in some dimension.

Let’s dive into what I ended up using as my boho minimal baby boy nursery inspo!

Boho Minimal Baby Boy Nursery Inspo Finds from Pottery Barn

Phoenix Rocker

I was going for a rocking chair that was modern but boho and the Pheonix rocker was everything I was looking for. Pleasing to the eye and truly comfortable to rock our baby in.

Confetti Braided Reversible Easy Clean Rug, Rectangle

This rug is reminiscent of the pointillism art technique, and added a pop of subtle color to the very white and neutral color room I was doing in the nursery. We used 5×7 and just put them together to act as one rug. The purpose of the rug is to like there is this confetti strewn across their floor. 

Sherpa Baby Blanket

Softest blanket for our baby. Its to hot in Florida to carry around but we love to keep our house fairly cold, so its perfect to keep him warm during naps. It’s also the perfect baby shower gift, or baby welcoming gift because you add the baby’s name to it, and its the perfect personalized touch to a nursery.

Director Floor Lamp

West elm x PBK Mid-Century Bookshelf – Wide Tower

Forever Eclectic by Child Craft Soho 4-in-1 Convertible Crib

Stacked wood baby name Wall Decor

Not currenty pictured, blame my husband lol (will be pictured soon). However, I did buy him this name plate in stacked wood, Half inch in thickness, and 48″ long. It reads Udonis Kyrie in fonts moonchild abd geometos

I am abosolutely in love with Udonis’ room and it is literally everything i envisioned thus far. We have a few finaly touches to finalize, like hanging his name above his crib and a couple of other items on the wall, minor things. As we add more I will add to this post for you guys!

I hope that giving you a look into our boho minimalist baby bot nursery has given you, the motivation, or nursery ideas you were looking for. Building a nursery is seriously my favorite thing to do, even though our babies don’t spend a lot of time in there for the first year.


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