Nothing beats a woodland theme for a cosy, country-style home and there are lots of ways to add these elements to your design.
Hallways are a great place to introduce this look. Consider decorating a feature wall with themed photo-print wallpaper or a mural of real woodland; a tranquil scene that you can lose yourself in.
Another simple idea for a hallway is to decorate with a serene fern-pattern wallpaper. Combine this with a rustic side table and vases filled with fresh flowers and foliage. Alternatively, create the illusion of a log store under the stairs with a themed wallpaper, teamed with natural materials such as a wooden console table, or a leather umbrella stand.
Its easy to create a restful woodland-theme living room or bedroom simply decorate with calming cream and taupe tones. Choose an off-white shade for walls and a linen sofa or a painted wood bed. Layer furniture with comfy neutral accessories such as checked throws and cute owl-design cushions for a snug and relaxed look. Add a faux-fur rug for a little luxury.
Want a bright and beautiful dining room? Paint walls and wooden flooring white and allow plenty of light in to the room. Replace a traditional table and chairs with a wooden bench and add colour and pattern with a tablecloth and seat cushions in fresh green and white fabrics. Look out for woodland-themed prints featuring rabbits and spring foliage that will lend a fresh and outdoorsy look to your dining space.
For a magical woodland retreat, try a quirky look in your bedroom. Choose a wooden canopy bed and entwine with silk leaves or flowers and continue the theme with wallpaper and bedlinen in a palette of greens and blues.
If you're not afraid of a big design statement, why not create a woodland wonderland in your bedroom? This fairytale four-poster bed spreads its branches to make a magical hideaway amid a palette of ruby red, natural greens and blues.
Yes, this woodpile might be a teeny bit excessive for just one fireplace but it certainly makes this living room look warm and cosy, when teamed with whitewashed walls and woodland-motif cushions. And you'd never run out of fuel.
And finally, here's a design idea worth bearing in mind for the festive season; keep your dining room scheme simple with natural greys and creams and create a forest of tabletop trees in a drift of faux snow for a woodland-inspired centrepiece.