A woodland theme is great for creating a gender-neutral kids' bedroom or playroom that works for a wide age range. It's an easy theme to find items at any budget.
Here are some ideas from my children's woodland theme bedroom.
Wall Stickers Wall stickers are a really easy way to quickly decorate a space. They can usually be peeled off without any damage to the wall, making them ideal for rental properties. I found these beautiful woodland animals wall stickers which have a matt fabric finish. They look like they have been painted with watercolours directly onto the wall. We had fun placing the animals around the room with birds perched on light switches and window ledges, a fox nestled up next to the radiator and a deer curled up by the bed.
Red squirrel on the bookcase
Lighting We added forest light shades. They have sillhouettes of tree trunks and branches on the inside of the shade which means that they look white from the outside but the trees shine through when the light is switched on.
Fairy toadstool cupboard knobs We painted some wooden fairy toadstool cupboard knobs and replaced the existing wardrobe knobs. Click here to find out how to make them.
Red and white spotty accessories look great with the fairy toadstools on the wall
Window blind A red and white polkadot blind adds some bright colour and matches the fairy toadstool wall stickers and cupboard knobs.
Bedding We found this duvet set for my daughter in John Lewis. The print is gorgeous and I think it works for a girl of any age.
Hi I love the wall decal you've picked out & was wondering where/which site you purchased the fox & deer ones from? i would love to pick up a set for myself, i've been looking around and haven't see anything close to what i wanted until your site.Many thanks!