Whimsical Woodland Playroom by Mollie OpenshawContemporary Kids, Salt Lake City
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12. Into the woodsThis magical and smile-inducing space is a favourite, and most bubs (and parents!) would be enthralled with the woodland-themed scheme. Although this room is actually a play and reading area, it’s easy to reimagine the charming space as a nursery – simply drop in a cot and change table and it would be ready to accommodate your new arrival.TELL USWhat are your favourite gender-neutral nursery themes? Share your thoughts in the Comments section below.MOREClever Kids’ Rooms: Tried and Trusted Tips for a Unisex PlayroomBringing Home Baby: 16 Nursery Essentials to Tick Off Your ListThe Importance of Colour During Your Child’s Early Years
2. WoodlandDeep, dark forests are a timeless fairy-tale setting, and a woodland theme works beautifully in a small child’s room. Here, the idea has been followed through with toadstool and log seating, a tree complete with over-hanging branches and, if you look carefully, even magic poisoned apples and a frog just waiting to be kissed. The 3D grass and tree trunk wall decorations are a smart alternative to wall stickers or stencils. Consider getting Perspex laser-cut to your own design. Look online for companies that can help you.