If your child is growing up with an inherent love for the outdoors, a kids woodland bedroom theme is the perfect way to show off his personality inside. We’ve got plenty of ideas to help coordinate everything from outdoor bedding, to wall décor, room colors and more. A rustic wood bed shows off natural wood grain, reminds children of trees and keeps the room right on its nature theme. Include room pictures of teepees and forest to further enhance the woodland theme. Include a few geometric shapes to provide a modern feel. Bold pops of orange (such as from a faux fire, artwork or lampshade), add great color that works well with browns and greens. The kids woodland theme is sure to inspire a child that loves camping, fishing, hiking or hunting.
Featured Woodland Theme Bedroom Decor
Don’t let the design of this log seat fool you. It may look like an ordinary log, but it’s actually a soft and comfy, kid-friendly seat. Plus, it’s a lot more convenient than planting a tree in your living room.
Leaf Welcome Mat:
This Welcome/Go Away mat serves a dual purpose. The oversized felt leaf reads “Welcome” on one side and when flipped, says “Go Away” (for when you want to keep visitors at bay). It coordinates perfectly with many of the Playhouses shown.
Set of Two Boulder Poofs:
The Boulder Buddy Pouf is the softest rock to have ever been discovered. It’s super comfy to sit on and features a super friendly face. It also weighs much less than an actual boulder buddy. Designed exclusively by Hi Tree.
Woodsy Playhouse Canopy:
This playhouse features playful embroidered details, and plenty of room for your little ones to play.
Woodsy Playhouse Floor Cushion:
This playfully designed floor cushion is made to resemble the cross section of a tree trunk. Don’t worry, it’s much softer than an actual tree, and it coordinates perfectly with the Woodsy Playhouse.
S’more the Merrier Campfire:
There’s nothing quite like huddling around a roaring plush campfire when you’re roughing it in the rugged living room terrain. This exclusive set contains over 20 pieces to create a cozy campfire experience when you’re sleeping under the stars (and by “stars” we mean “ceiling fan”).
Tree House Loft Bed:
This magical retreat for your child evokes the spirit and appeal of an outdoor tree fort. The twin-sized bed sits above an open play area to double the space in the room. It’s built of rustic-finished wood, with open windows for a lookout and a sturdy ladder for access.
I hope you have found these tips helpful. Have fun creating your kids woodland bedroom!
Written by the Editor & Interior Designer for Buyer Select: Tracy Svendsen