Forest Education Collection

Hello school!

Science can be exciting! The “Forest Education” collection was created in spite of opinions that learning is meaningless and not useful in everyday life.

Our heroes: the bear Natan and his engaged, forest-dwelling disciples prove otherwise.

It is thanks to science that we are increasingly aware of various problems, including those related de facto to the forest and nature itself. Don’t believe it? Then think about the growing environmental awareness and how much it affects our habits. About the fact that we are increasingly noticing the nature around us, the interdependencies in ecosystems, and thus establishing a stronger bond with the environment.

Join our team with your child and find out that science can be fascinating. And most importantly… through it we can change the world!

The collection, consisting of wallpapers, wall stickers and posters, was painted by Polish artist Ewa Mąka.

  • Wallpaper Forest School

    129,90  / m² Select options
  • Wallpaper Forest School – soft pink

    129,90  / m² Select options
  • Forest School Poster

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  • Forest School poster – soft pink

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  • Mushrooms Poster – Forest School

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  • Mushrooms poster – soft pink – Forest School

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Colors in interior design play an important role

They can optically enlarge or diminish a room, and the additions can add charm or introduce unnecessary chaos. To make it easier to arrange the toddler’s space, we have prepared color palettes of our wallpapers, so it will be easier to match additional elements in similar colors.

How to combine colors?

The basic principle is to choose shades of similar colors. If the theme is yellow, so it is worth using its lighter or darker form when arranging. However, be sure to choose a maximum of three colors.

On the other hand, we get a complementary look by combining complementary colors (that is, colors that complement each other. They are opposite each other in the “color wheel”) or using the so-called. triad. They consist of three colors 120 degrees apart on the color wheel, creating harmonious compositions.

We encourage you to use the “Color Wheel” when arranging your rooms, which will allow you to perfectly match matching colors. One of the tools available is Adobe Color, which you can use here.


Children love to work together, so if you have the opportunity, include your toddler (or older child 🙂 ) in the project. Fun is guaranteed, and the satisfaction of a self-decorated space is even greater!