I am still on the hunt for the perfect look for my kid’s bedroom. I want it to represent them and not be too “child like” or something that I will have to change in less than 2 years. I shared with you a few days ago, some items I am thinking about getting that are Spider-Man themed, which is my youngest daughter’s favorite and now I am thinking about what Speed would like.
He’s into all things Star Wars and superheros, but he’s also a huge fan of Lego. He plays with them constantly, watches online videos about the product reviews, as well as movies made with Lego characters. Having a Lego-inspired bedroom theme can leave a lot up to the imagination without the room being too immature. There are fun ways to bring in the Lego theme without it being too obvious and we can still keep things fun and modern.
Check out some Lego products I found that can help build up a child’s bedroom:
LEGO Block Wall Decals 1 of 17These fun wall decals can have you changing up the wall without making a big decision like wall color.
You want one? Purchase from Sticky Styles -/Etsy, $49.99
LEGO Switch Plate 2 of 17Don't leave any place undecorated, don't forget the switch plates.
You want one? Purchase from ModernSwitch/Etsy, $10
LEGO Art Print 3 of 17Simple, yet perfect wall art for your LEGO room.
You want one? Purchase from mElleStudio/Etsy, $30
LEGO Head Pillows 4 of 17I love these because the LEGO heads are a perfect way to decorate apart from the brick shape.
You want one? Purchase from LittleQuests/Etsy, $32
LEGO Style Table Lamps 5 of 17How fun are these lamps? You can choose your own color to match up your child's room.
You want one? Purchase from Happywood Goods/Etsy, $30
LEGO Lamp 6 of 17This is one of the coolest products I've seen made out of LEGO.
You want one? Purchase from LegoLamps/Etsy, $119.99
Custom Name Brick Wall Decal 7 of 17Have your child's name on the wall using bricks and fun colors.
You want one? Purchase from InAnInstantArt/Etsy, $38
LEGO Man 8 of 17I love this cute and fun wall decal. It can bring a punch of color to the wall without committing to a big color.
You want one? Purchase from StickerBoutique/Etsy, $25
Keep Calm Wall Art 9 of 17A fun Lego-inspired wall decal saying that's perfect for the hardcore Lego lover.
You want one? Purchase from StickerBoutique/Etsy, $17.50
LEGO Building Wall Print 10 of 17One thing I find frustrating about the big LEGO sets is that they often break apart and you never see it again. This wall art is perfect for keeping the look alive forever.
You want one? Purchase from Kaleidoscope Eyes/Etsy, $12
Large Block Decals 11 of 17You get three large Lego decals in a color selected by you to decorate the existing pieces in your child's room.
You want one? Purchase from Sticky Styles/Etsy, $9.99
LEGO Bedding 12 of 17Dress up your child's bed with this LEGO bed set.
You want one? Get more info from Bricker
Never Lego 13 of 17How adorable is this saying? If you've played with LEGO you'll know how hard it is to break apart those two pieces.
You want one? Purchase from Doodling A Smile/Etsy, $30
Official LEGO Patent Wall Art 14 of 17For the super-LEGO lover, this illustration of the LEGO patent is a perfect addition the bedroom decor.
You want one? Purchase from JazzberryBlue/Etsy, $30
LEGO Wall Rack 15 of 17A place for your child to hang up their bathrobe or coats, this LEGO wall rack would be perfect for the room
You want one? Purchase from Happywood Goods/Etsy, $26
LEGO Wall Clock 16 of 17How cool, right? This clock is perfect for the room and functional too.
You want one? Purchase from ChocolateMintCrafts/Etsy, $34
LEGO-Inspired Bedroom Decor 17 of 17Everything you need to have to create your child's LEGO bedroom.
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