Hey blogger, show me your baby boy's nursery

Aug 1, 2013 at 8:00 a.m. ET

Bloggers are modern go-to sources for all inspiration, especially when it comes to preparing for our babies. We've gathered a few of the most chic and adorable baby boy nurseries so you can steal the look — affordably.

Nautical from A Cup of Jo

Nautical boys nursery from Joanna Goddard

Photo credit: Joanna Goddard from A Cup of Jo

Count on Joanna Goddard from A Cup of Jo to whip up a nautically delicious looking nursery. We're in love with these nautical accents and multicolored photo frames. For such a stylish and sophisticated blogger, we're a little surprised that this nursery is so simple. But sometimes it's the simple and classy way to make a comfortable but lasting impression. You can steal the look by investing in a few wooden sailboats — if they are all one color, don't forget to paint a strip along the side. Keep to a simple white palette and make the bedding patterned.

Southern charm from Ten June

Southern charm nursery from Michelle at Ten June

Photo credit: Michelle at Ten June

This adorable Southern-inspired nursery at Ten June is all comfort. The old-fashioned checkered curtains paired with the baby blue walls and unmistakable Southern accents make this nursery a perfect fit for most American homes. It's all about antiquity and staying true to the most simple and practical decor. To get this look, focus on the curtains, baby blue walls and little accents that scream childhood.

Green and curious from Running from the Law

Green and curious nursery from Sara at Running from the Law

Photo credit: Sara at Running from the Law

Decorating a nursery while being a full-time lawyer isn't an easy feat, but the mommy behind Running from the Law did just that. We love this nursery as it steps away from the traditional blue or neutral and into the colors of a boy's curiosity — orange and green. The colors and subtle nature accents in this room will ignite your baby boy's curiosity from day one. To steal the look, paint the nursery a combination of green and orange. Stick to simple nature accents, like a stuffed frog or animal print rug.

Pattern play on Decorating Cents

Pattern play nursery from Andrea at Decorating Sense

Photo credit: Andrea at Decorating Sense

The nursery reveal at Decorating Cents is all about bright pops of orange and pattern play. It's also very simple to achieve. This nursery can be pulled off in just about any space. Find an orange-and-white patterned rug to put in the center of your room. Paint three walls in the room a light gray, but be sure to make the wall closest to the nursery striped — it will instantly pull the look together. Stick to dark accents if your floor is light-colored.

Fairytale on Fairytales Are True

Fairytale nursery from Sarah from Fairytales are True

Photo credit: Sarah from Fairytales are True

This one deserves a standing ovation and a drumroll. We at SheKnows are in love with this nursery and all its simple and intellectual glory. Instead of putting animals or a typical mobile with planes above the crib, these new parents opted to ignite their little boy's imagination with a map. It's never too early to show your baby that you want him to go places. Obviously, the first item needed to steal this look is a wall-sized or very large map. Stick to colors in the maps for your accents and colors. These parents focused on the soft blue color of the sea.

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