To me, moss means warmth and comfort. Birds line their nests with moss and some animals hibernate under it in winter. In fairy tales, maidens lost in the forest will curl up on a bed of moss to sleep.
Moss can look like a miniature forest in a tiny fairytale kingdom seen from far above.
A few years ago, my sister introduced me to the French film Peau d'ne ("Donkey Skin"), an avant-garde musical version of the fairy tale known as "Roughskin" in the Brothers Grimm version or "Donkeyskin" in the Charles Perrault version.
All the sets and props in this film are beautiful, especially the Princess's bedroom. Her bed appears to be flanked by two giant stags and a silver castle, and her bedspread is a rich green velvet embellished with flowers, so it truly looks like a carpet of moss in spring.
I would love to recreate that bedspread for my own room.Peau d'ne also has many elements that would appeal to morigirl sensibilities, such as woodland scenes, rustic cottages, and the donkey skin itself. I highly recommend it!