Star Wars Baby Room
Star Wars has been a classic for decades, and with the release of new movies, a whole new generation is falling in love with the genre. As a result, plenty of children are asking for Star Wars themes in their rooms and plenty of adults want their very own Star Wars game room or Star Wars throne room for that matter. Here, you will find 45 unique ideas to incorporate the Star Wars theme in almost any room of the house. They can provide starting points and you could personalize them for your own space too.
Star Wars Baby Room
Not every Star Wars room decoration has to be bright and airy, especially if the space is for the true fan. This is certainly the room for the ultimate Star Wars fan. The ceiling includes a dark blue sky with stars showing through as well as blue sun flairs around the edges, fading into the lighter blue walls. Gray flooring provides contrast for the room. All of the bedding is in keeping with the Star Wars theme and numerous posters and art pieces adorn the walls. Two book shelves provide plenty of space for Star Wars memorabilia and toys too.
Star Wars Baby Room
This is a fun take on the Star Wars theme thanks to the Lego details reminiscent of the cute video game. Wall art from the Lego video games becomes the focal point of the room, set off by soft blue-gray walls. A Lego At-AT Walker takes up one corner and other small Star Wars decor completes a fun look for any boy’s room. Bedding from Attack of the Clones keeps the cute, childlike style without getting too serious. And, minimalist furniture doesn’t detract from all of the cute Star Wars details. Lighting is contributed to with LED light bars hidden behind the Star Wars wall mural.
Star Wars Baby Room
What Star Wars baby room would be complete without a stuffed tauntaun rug on the floor? This nursery space is the right combination of Star Wars as well as soft colors and textures to make it perfect for a little one. Quotes from the movies appear as vinyl wall decals and as a fun throw pillow on a corner chair. A toy Star Wars lightsaber is just enough decor in this soft room. Dark wood furnishings provide a nice contrast to bright white and blue walls. Soft, sheer curtains allow just enough light in for an airy, baby soft space.
Star Wars Baby Room
This room doesn’t go overboard with the Star Wars decor, but it still brings the force to a living room. The vinyl Star Wars room decals depict an epic space battle scene complete with x-wing fighters, tie fighters, the Millennium Falcon, and the death star. The use of a stark black and white color palette ensures the theme itself remains the focal point of the space. Modern and minimalist furniture serves its purpose while keeping a futuristic feel too. This room proves a Star Wars theme can be attractive without saturating the whole space with images and decor reminiscent of the movie.
When it comes to Star Wars room ideas, you could choose subtle or bold and bright. This room is the latter of these two options. Thanks to bright blue wall paint and matching bedding, this is definitely a bold room. The bedding itself is in keeping with the Star Wars theme, and a brightly colored mural takes up one wall, adding layers to the shades of blue. Contrasting dark wood furniture adds depth to the space. A Star Wars helmet just adds a fun element to the decor in the space, which is otherwise sparsely decorated. This is the ideal room for multiple children, twins or even triplets.
Tasteful home decor and the Star Wars them come together in this design for a unique, artistic feel. The walls have an industrial stone look, offering the perfect palette for the Star Wars room design. A steel gray shag rug adds just enough warmth to the room to keep it from being too stark. The mix of browns, tans, and grays in the furniture are reminiscent of the Mos Eisley Cantina, where we all know Han shot first. A selection of unique Star Wars artwork and a storm trooper helmet bring the science fiction theme to life throughout the room.
The color blue just seems to reflect Star Wars in every way, and this room definitely plays on that idea. Various shades of blue are used throughout this Star Wars kids room including paint on the walls, a soft rug, bedding, and lampshades. The movie itself shows through in wall art and Star Wars specific bedding. Natural wood in the furniture and exposed beams on the wall and ceiling provide just enough color contrast to keep the room from being too monochromatic. Finally, a toy lightsaber serves as extra wall decor to complete the theme without being too cutesy.
Many Star Wars room decorations focus on Luke Skywalker, Yoda and all the heroes. This room, though, takes a walk on the dark side. Starting with a deep blue accent wall, the Star Wars spirit begins through a life sized Darth Vader wall decal and the classic wording from the beginning of the movies in vinyl too. The brighter blue bedding features images of Darth Vader and his storm troopers too. Aside from the Chewbacca artwork, the rest of the room remains free of Star Wars elements so that the main ones get all the attention. Natural wood furnishings and dark carpet add depth to the space too.
Colorful blue paint sets the stage for this Star Wars kids room. Wall decals depict important characters, like Yoda and Darth Maul for the perfect dash of excitement to the space. Bedding depicts various ships from the movies, including a tie and x-wing fighter. The furniture in this room is a bit more grown-up, making it the ideal transitional space for older children and pre-teens who may want something more mature. Floating shelves offer the perfect space for various Star Wars memorabilia too. Neutral window coverings and lighting ensures the space isn’t completely saturated with color and Star Wars details.
Many fans of Star Wars say they grew up with the films and have felt passionately about the universe for their whole lives. I know no one is exaggerating when they make that statement, but Tim Murphy’s daughter will have a unique perspective. She’ll grow up literally surrounded by and immersed in Star Wars. Tim designed her nursery to incorporate all sorts of elements from the galaxy far, far away. He first saw A New Hope when he was about five years old; he was totally blown away. He particularly remembers being hung up on the “silver C-3PO.” He didn’t realize until years later that was actually U-3PO. Fast forwarding into the future, Tim was excited to share his enthusiasm for Star Wars with his kid. I talked with him about the decorations, about getting recognition for the nursery from Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher, and more.
Who says Star Wars themes have to be kept only to bedrooms? This Star Wars room design shows that even the living room can be fun, exciting, and somewhat geeky. Color is the main element of this theme with bright yellow vinyl wall decals depicting an epic battle with Tie fighters, X-wing fighters and the death star being rebuilt. The colorful theme continues with bright green, yellow, blue, red and purple pillows tossed on the couch. Even stark tree branches get a colorful treatment. The rest of the room remains a neutral pale gray to ensure specific elements get all the attention.
Step into The Empire Strikes Back with these Star Wars room decorations designed to saturate the room in the movie. The whole theme of this room makes one feel that they are on the planet Hoth, where an epic battle took place. The bed is designed as a T-47 airspeeder, and it even includes a trundle underneath for extra sleeping space. Textured walls, sky blue paint, and fluffy bedding create the feel of snow throughout the room. The rest of the furniture is non-descript so that it doesn’t take attention away from the thematic bed. Finally, individual Star Wars specific elements personalize the room perfectly.
The last section of the room to be completed was the glider area. For this we just found random Star Wars novelty items and other baby stuff that people gave us during the shower. In the following picture you’ll see a couple Star Wars products we purchased ourselves. These include a Boba Fett lamp, Darth Vader themed Mr Potato Head, R2D2 Plush, Jawa Plush, and a Jedi Mickey Mouse (my personal favorite of the bunch.)
Tim Murphy: When we really thought we were having a boy, I had done some concept drawings for a Hoth mural (Empire is my favorite movie in the saga), but now we wanted to steer clear of those blue tints because so many blue nursery accessories are geared towards boys. I wanted a pink nursery, but my wife made it clear that pink was off limits — but there could be pink accents. I made a drawing of a green mural based on Dagobah, but we very quickly decided that “swamp” was the wrong way to go for a baby’s room! In the meantime, we decided on teal and gray for the rest of the nursery. I went back to basics and tried to narrow down the most beautiful Star Wars locations. We pretty quickly settled on Cloud City since it satisfied all of our hopes — iconic Star Wars without a lot of explosions and fighting, using The Empire Strikes Back, and maybe even an opportunity to throw some pink in there! I started looking up paintings of clouds and different ways to paint a lot of different sunsets and sunrises. Then, I did a digital rendering on my computer. Once my wife was happy with it, I started painting! The clouds took about three hours. Then it took another hour or two to paint Cloud City and the Millennium Falcon.
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