Outer space room for kids is a classic idea and you can bring in all the elements of the enormous universe to create the theme that can be as unique as can be. Think of the sun, the moon and the entire solar system that can make the room a home to all the nine planets including earth. Or you can house a spaceship that has the entire Star Trek crew. Or perhaps, you want the “Andromeda” galaxy as the focal point of the room. Black holes or aliens anything that captures your kid’s imagination can be put into action.
Many years ago when I was a kid, we lived in a rented house that had two bed-rooms which had to be shared with my siblings. I dreamt of sleeping in a room that had sky on the roof and the twinkling stars passing by. Though at that time it was not possible to recreate the outer space in the bedroom, now it is the limits of your own imagination and creativity that can possibly limit the space theme room décor.
I loved sleeping on the open terrace in the summer with the cool breeze putting us to sleep with the slow rhythm of a nightingale and a seldom screech from the owl. I would count the stars while the moon shined throughout the night making the dark sky less fearsome. I would also dream of an angel descending from the dark blue silhouette of the sky who would obviously fulfill my wish of traveling beyond the stars dream.
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Do You Love Space Theme Bedroom for Kids?
WriterArtist, Thank you for product lines, pretty pictures and practical information.
In particular, I appreciate how your selection actually works through many age groups. In fact, I can see the first, humorous decals in an adult walk-in closet. Who does not discard a disappointing day upon seeing them on the wall?
You offer such an appealing mixture of adventure and humor, fact and fantasy.
Tolovaj - The different shades of blue are one of my favourites for decor.
Sure, love the colorful lights coming from stars and deep blue is great for cooling down.
I love Disney characters too, for a small kid they look fantastic. The space theme might be better for older kids but I see even the smaller ones enjoy the twinkling stars. Toddlers love to watch things glowing in the dark.
With a young kid, I think I will go with Disney characters. If it is a slightly older child, then a space theme would be nice then.
Yep - AnomalousArtist.
Adults love the space themed rooms too.
I'd have loved these as a kid...or maybe even as an adult-kid :)