Our cabin-inspired nursery will let your little outdoorsman feel one with the wild. These products are great to keep and use in his room as he grows.
Let your baby mark his territory with a personalized sign from Minted. Add his name or a quote to make you, and your baby, feel welcomed.
Hang this showpiece Bungalow Pendant from Anthropologie to keep chords off of the floor and within your baby's reach. It can bring a rustic-mod feel to any room. $198
These wool-felt deer and moose heads from RH Baby and Child are a cute take on taxidermy. Plus, you can use them in a playroom later. $69-$79
Animal photographer Sharon Montrose snapped this buffalo photo. $75 unframed.
This Lolly 3-in-1 crib is a modern touch to your baby's nursery. Use it down the road as he grows; it converts into a tot bed. $400
Fool everyone with this wood-paneling wallpaper from Wallpaper Direct. Plus it wipes clean! $42/roll
This teak Regatta Rocking Chair from Crate and Barrel is comfortable necessity with the supportive slats, which are great for rocking the little one. The green cushion is a nice accent for that outdoor theme, too. $750 with cushion.
These woodland tumble sheets from DwellStudio are a subtle touch of nature. He can sleep on the sheets and learn the shapes of the animals. $40
A faux sheepskin rug from IKEA is soft enough for baby's first steps. Move it to the rocking chair when you're nursing or rocking him to sleep for extra cushion. $10
Dress him for the theme. A checkered hat from Old Navy and Carhartt overalls will do the trick. $13 and $30
Originally published in the August 2014 issue of American Baby Magazine