How cool would it be for a child to have a bed shaped like a house, a tree for a bookcase, and a bear on the floor to read with? This is a fantastic theme for allowing your child’s imagination to run wild.
Hillsdale has designed a fantastically whimsical bed that is both simple yet contemporary in design. The twin over twin bunk has end-boards shaped like a house, complete with a window that you can easily individualize by painting the window frame in your child’s favorite color. The really great thing about this bed is you can easily blend it into either a girl’s or boy’s room with just a simple change of decor.
The narrow frame of the Hillsdale bed is going to look very much at-home with this South Shore Cotton Candy chest. A pair of these in your children’s bedroom will maintain the simplicity of design, creating a room that is very calming and nurturing.
A plush Rug Pals baby bear is going to add to your child’s room with a nature enjoyment theme. This is a great place to gather in the evenings for a quiet story before bed.
Nursery Works designers have created the coolest bookcase for kids—shaped like a tree. This is going to make storytime so much more fun as they can “climb” the tree and search for books on the branch that they can reach the best. The taller branch shelves can be used for other memories—such as sports memorabilia, family photos, and a collection of smaller stuffies.
When decorating a woods theme for girls, you can add dragonflies, butterflies, ladybugs, and frogs within the design to keep it a little more on the feminine side. A green apple sort of shade on the walls would blend really well with red, pink, and even lavendar. You can add a hint of floral in the bedding to keep a garden-like feel.
For the boys in the house, the woods theme can include dragonflies, beetles, frogs, lizards, and snakes. If you have a creative soul in the family, paint falling leaves surrounding the bookcase on the walls, and use the autumn colors for accents within the room. A boy’s outdoor style might include something more along the Americana side of things with muted reds in plaid or tartan with bear, moose, or deer
scattered throughout the room. This is a great theme to let nature guide your design.