Little Explorer Boy Nursery Decor

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1) Map bunting — How sweet is this handmade map bunting from Etsy? This would make the perfect decor for any budding little explorer’s room.

2) Vintage airplane crib bedding — I’m in love with this bedding from Restoration Hardware baby.

3) “See the World” print — Place this sweet print in a dark walnut frame to match the crib.

4) Vintage trunk — I’m sure some of you can score a similar, much more affordable version at a local flea market, but either way, the concept is just right. Use it as an alternative to a side table with bonus storage inside!

5) Joya rocking chair — The clean lines and dark wood of this rocking chair perfectly complements the crib and is comfy to boot!

6) “This is New York” book — Stock up your little boy’s library with this delightfully illustrated series of Miroslav Sasek books exploring different parts of the world. They’re almost too pretty to hide away on a bookshelf.

7) Oeuf Sparrow crib — I’m a sucker for clean lines, and this chic and modern crib is no exception. I love the dark walnut color for a boy’s room.

8) Airplane mobile — Made of all wood, and simple bright colors, this gorgeous air travel mobile is just right to finish off this cute nursery decor.

9) Globe lamp — Who doesn’t love a globe lamp? It serves double duty as both a lighting fixture and beautiful learning tool.

10) “Never Stop Exploring” print — I love the message on this print, and it fits the theme of this nursery decor so perfectly!

11) Map letters — Spell out your little man’s name with these beautiful map letters.

12) Navy diamond rug — I’m loving the geometric shapes of this rug and the deep navy color to complement all of the walnut and white.

Meet the Author | Esther Carlstone

Esther is the mother to a silly 20-month old daughter who hates wearing clothes. Born and raised in Southern California, she attended UCLA where she received her Bachelors Degree in English and continues to live and love Los Angeles many years after. After a decade-long stint as an event planner, she is now a writer/editor for various websites and blogs about all thing lovely at her site, A Lovely State of Mind. She's hates trolling through unorganized sales racks and is obsessed with fashion, food, travel, pop culture, Instagramming, good design, and too many TV shows to count. Oh, and coffee totally counts as a food group (the main one if you have a kid.) You can find Esther on her blog, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.

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