Llama Themed Baby Nursery

September 28, 2018

Come on, Are you not crazy about Llamas? I am so over the top excited about the LLama themed baby nursery craze, I can't stand it. I had to plan one out myself, even though I don't get to use any of it. Maybe Anna and Ian will have a girl and let me plan a LLama themed baby Nursery for them? Well, probably not.

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In the meantime, however, let me help you plan your Llama themed baby Nursery with all these nifty finds we discovered.

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Start with a Crib:

The basis of your llama themed baby nursery should be the crib you are dying to have. I found these and love them all equally. The gold is too much for me to handle. I literally love that one.

Dress your crib with LLama Bedding:

I am seriously begging one of you to do a llama themed baby nursery and submit your photos for our blog. I am obsessed with the sweetness of these llamas. Anthropologie won out for the best colors for Llama bedding choices. Ya'll all know I am all about teal right now. The pillow sham was just too much cuteness to pass up. Grab one now and save for your baby's toddler bed. Nothing should be resting in the bed with the baby but the baby.

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Choose your large furniture pieces:

Check out a small three drawer dresser or you may need both a small and a large dresser for your nursery. Then organize your closet with baskets and dividers. I really love these little brown one but you may want to use white, depending on the crib you choose. For the LLama Themed baby nursery you can add some special touches on top of your dressers and maybe shelving.

Changing Tables make life easier!

I personally love having a dedicated changing table. However, if space is limited you can always buy a changing table topper and add it to the dresser you choose. Just be careful and never leave baby unattended (on either). You may even find a dresser, like the one above, that has the topper already on it.

A Chair to Snuggle your Baby

Ok, every baby nursery, even a llama themed baby nursery, needs a stylish and comfortable chair to sit down in and breastfeed your little nugget. I think a bold armchair is pretty awesome but you may want something neutral and more traditional. If you live near a Bargain Hunt or a Dirt Cheap I highly suggest hitting those places up often to find an accent chair.  I got the exact chair I was lusting over for a fraction of the cost.


Every Nursery needs an Awesome Rug:

A jute rug adds personality to every room. Add a jute rug to your llama themed baby nursery and you can use it throughout your little one's childhood. They are very versatile. We have one in our dining room and in our upstairs bonus room. I LOVE the flair they add to my rooms.

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Wall Art:

What's the fun of blank bare walls? Answer: Nothing! Don't leave your walls lacking! Check out these llama themed plus a couple I love for a little girls llama themed nursery.


Now the fun stuff! ACCENT PIECES, including curtains and lighting!

Adding your decorations gives your LLama themed nursery a completed look.

Normally I lean more towards knick knacks everywhere but lately I have been moving towards a more minimal look. Either way, check out these awesome finds for your llama theme.


I hope you enjoyed browsing through our LLama Themed Baby Nursery finds. I had a load of fun gathering the items and dreaming a little.

Let me know what you think and PLEASE SHARE YOUR PICTURES with us!!!!

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