Oh, and I forgot, these two prints, although they could also go out in the playroom:
He currently has white nursery furniture; we'll change that out for dark wood furniture as he gets older. (I'd love to give him a cool suspended bed to accentuate the treehouse feel; we'll see.) The goal is to have a very forest-y room. I'm not afraid of the curtains being a bit feminine in feel, although I wouldn't go over-the-top with that. And I'd prefer something he can grow with, rather than something super-cutesy for the nursery. I especially don't like pastels.
Given that, what do you think of these as curtain options?
Botany Bramble Vine in grass or ripple, $8 / yd:
Tina Givens, Opal Owl Bark in violet, $8 / yd:
Alexander Henry's Spotted Owl, $8 / yd, in either smoke or natural:
It's a Hoot, Trees in Pistachio Marshmallow, $8 / yrd
Michael Miller's Pretty Bird, $8.25 / yd, blue:
Tina Givens Haven's Edge, Trees in Pink, $8.50 / yd:
Joel Dewberry's Aviary 2, $9 / yd, in either plum or lilac:
I also love the Woodland collection on Spoonflower, but it's twice the price of any of the above ($17.50 / yd), and I just can't justify that for a kid's room right now. Ah well.
Right now, I'm leaning towards #1, #3, or #9. I think.