Decorating with Star Wars Bedroom Ideas


Star Wars has been one of the most enduring franchises among so many others over the past 3 decades or so. “Star Wars” is one of the most popular science fiction movies of all time. It has made a huge impact on pop culture in almost every form of media. If your child is one of those who just loves “Star Wars” and wants to decorate his room in “Star Wars” fashion, then there are so many Star Wars bedroom ideas that can help you to decorating. The sky is truly the limit when it comes to Star Wars bedroom ideas. And once you decide you want to turn your kid bedroom into an intergalactic fantasy, the fun begins. Its a fun project!

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Awesome Star Wars Bedroom Ideas

Here’s the first way in decorating your little kid bedroom with Star Wars bedroom ideas. For the wall, paint the walls in a color from a favorite movie scene or location. Black, green, brown or white with silver highlights add various movies set colors to a Star Wars bedroom. Rejuvenate used furniture or purchase new pieces in complementary colors. Paint a headboard black, blue and white for a galaxy view from the window of a space ship or use quilted gold material to match C-3PO.

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Then, another Star Wars bedroom ideas is accessorizing the bedroom. Pamper the Star Wars bedroom occupant with Lucas film licensed bedding. Substitute a black, white, brown or silver comforter if the themed material is difficult to locate.  Hang Star Wars framed posters, wall borders or stickers in the room. Non-themed yet modern accessories, such as cubed storage and a black and silver alarm clock, will complement the theme. Add a full-size Star Wars cardboard character such as Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader or Anakin Skywalker for a dramatic element.

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Little Kid Star Wars Bedroom Ideas

Paint a Star Wars mural on one of the bedroom walls or hire an artist to complete the project. Create a solar system mural on the ceiling or in the form of a dimensional mobile. Purchase thin metal sheeting at a hardware store. Give a black or white bureau a Star Wars effect by attaching the metal to the front of the drawers to create a space ship look. Yep, these were some decorating Star Wars bedroom ideas for your kid’s bedroom. Your child is dreaming of a galaxy far, far away and a Jedi destiny. Incorporate his favorite films into the decor of his room to personalize it.

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66 thoughts on “Decorating with Star Wars Bedroom Ideas

  1. Aubrey Bristol

    I the and I your approach to cleaning the wood finishes is exactly right.I wonder about your decision to not change the padding on the chairs. If the padding is 50+ years old, it can down due to age. Depending on your skills/bravery, you can recover the seats yourself. The cording adds style, but you could leave that off which would the job easier.I would tend to bite the bullet and the work professionally done with padding replaced but I also faced reality and done a less expensive approach.For the less expensive approach, I would pull one cushion off and inquire of the underlying conditions of padding. Assuming that you are composed comfortable with the padding, then I would the chairs with a medium cost fabric – your choice should be based on your decor and the wear requirements.It might be fun to to each chair in a different pattern of the same color family. This would also it easy to achieve replacements as needed.

  2. Valeria.Bria.Lilia

    I can also vouch for these products. They work miracles on pieces! I also the Feed N Wax on my fresh wood furniture pieces every 6 months or so to them looking nice.

  3. AdelaideBraelynn

    I cotton napkins, no matter what color. I to employ them everyday instead of the standby paper towel. Whenever I pull them out for a casual dinner, guests always comment on how apt it is to an actual napkin. I simply wash and dry, no need to iron for everyday use.

  4. Walker

    Wow. That is gorgeous. Unfortunately, I achieve not exposed brick walls, wooden beams or lotsa square footage but wow I am envious of yours. admire the kitchen, the in closet. the ancient mechanical hardware that you left in. it, it, it!!!

  5. Logan.Amia

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  8. Rohan-Bronson

    I am leaving my studio apartment in Vancouver BC in a month. It is rent controlled and I the greatest ever. My partner and I decided to into a whole house in a different neighbourhood together, for the amount I am paying now. I am about the future but I am borderline hysterical about leaving my cheap and pad. I am also of re-entering the rental market. SF and us a lot in regarding rents and non affordability. Thank you for posting this. I feel less alone in my concerns now!

  9. Rafael Jett Colt C.

    Ah, this brings aid memories of when I moved into a studio in Tudor City in 1982. The bathroom was wonderful, all current to 1927: white tile on the walls and gray and white tile on the floor. A window, too, looking west, out to the Chrysler Building. But the best was having a shower head similar to the one pictured, only not as shiny, and water pressure.

  10. Joel.Braedon

    I would actually appreciate step-by-step instructions on how to a porcelain or ceramic sink. There are collected a ton of brownstones out there with their kitchens–no stainless in sight. 🙂

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