5 No-Fail Blues for Your Baby Boy Nursery

PictureGlidden Wild Blue Yonder

From its very name to the easy-on-the-eyes hue, everything about Glidden's Wild Blue Yonder feels light and bright. The color has a pretty, coastal-vibe and pairs well with laid-back decor. Think weathered-wood, vintage-inspired bedding and decor worthy of a little adventurer.

1. Wall Art by Sugarboo Designs | 2. Quilt by Roberta Roller Rabbit | 3. Jenny Lind Crib | 4. Moroccan Leather Pouf
PictureGlidden Pacific Coast Blue

I love this color for a feature wall because it's bold without being overpowering. It pairs well with yellow and gray for a look that will grow with your little guy.

1. Marquee Letter | 2. Art by Lullie Wallace | 3. Dash and Albert Samode Rug in Graphite | 4. 3-in-1 Crib

PictureGlidden Clipper Ship Blue

Clipper Ship Blue is bright and bold but you can soften the look by incorporating sea glass colors. Vintage paint-by-numbers art really softens a bright color, too. Look for paintings that have a hint of your boldest color to bring a room together.


1. Macrame Cradle | 2. Vintage Paint-By-Numbers via Pinterest | 3. Sea Glass Lamp

Picture Glidden Connecticut Blue

I love the contrast of this rich, smokey blue and crisp white. It's a great color because it plays well with others meaning you're less likely to have a hot mess once your little man starts curating his own "collection" of toys.

1. Driftwood Star | 2. Wicker Toy Basket | 3. Shiplap Crib | 4. Sweet Baby Pillow


Glidden Sophisticated Navy
This is one of my very favorite colors. I'm having a hard time not painting everything navy! You could of course, stay classic with this and pair it with white or a warm wood tone but I love the way green pops against this shade of blue. Whatever you decide, it will look great with this fail-proof navy blue.
1. Blabla Teddy Bear | 2. Kentucky Wall Art | 3. Gray & White Blanket | 4. Green Jenny Lind Crib

Picture Which one is your favorite?