Star Wars Nursery

Star Wars Nursery

September 10, 2013 | Decor, DIY | 2 Comments

Star Wars is more than just movies, for some people is like a religion. This first and, perhaps, the most enduring super fandom, Star Wars lovers have one goal, and one goal only: transform their kids into bigger nerds than themselves.

DIY Star Wars Nursery


According to Mama Olsen, the (mad) genius behind this nursery, theme rooms are easy to overdo. “You don’t need a picture or logo or emblem on everything in the room for it to relate to the theme. Colors and textiles can speak volumes.” The room is a perfect balance of tribute and taste that brings together a bunch of fun themed accents. The force is strong with this nursery.

DIY Star Wars Nursery

  1. Designed in grand galactic style, this throw pillows are crafted with intricate crewelwork
  2. How much more secure would we have been in our beds if we had this Lightsaber Room Light mounted on our wall? Press the button on the remote control and the hilt fires up and light fills the room.
  3. As you recall from Empire, before Luke was preserved inside a dead tauntaun he had a fight with a hideous Wampa snow beast in the mountain caves of Hoth. Now you can catch your own Wampa rug and take him home to decorate your nursery.

DIY Star Wars Nursery

Wall decals are a must in any nursery, especially in a Star Wars themed one. Get the Jedi Rules, X-Wing fighter, the Millenium Falcom, Bobba Fett, the Death Star, Storm Troopers, C3PO, or maybe your favorite quote.

DIY Star Wars Nursery

  1. One can’t have a tribute to Star Wars without giving a nod to the amazing machinery that came out of the original three films. Complete with the destroyed Death Star, this mobile is for the purists that dreamed of owning their own AT-AT and can recognize the Millennium Falcon from a mile away.
  2. This made to order mobile comes with 6 Star Wars characters of your choice and then your wee little babe with a Yoda hat hanging in the middle.
  3. This mobile is completely made by hand using recycled felt materials. The characters Chewy, Storm Trooper, Yoda, Darth Vader, and an Ewok are featured along with some key planets in the series: Bespin, Dagobah, and Endor.
  4. Six Star Wars characters, the Millenium Falcon, and dot decorations adorn this mobile and are made with eco-friendly felt, polyfil, and embroidery thread. They are carefully secured to sturdy twigs with clear cord.

DIY Star Wars Nursery

  1. This fun, contemporary quilt has varying tones of blue and grey with an amazing Star Wars character print featuring Darth Vader, Yoda, C3-P0, R2D2, and Luke Skywalker. It is backed with black and white super soft “Star Wars” print flannel. The binding is double folded and machine stitched to the front and back for added durability.
  2. In this crib set you receive: 1 crib skirt, 1 crib size blanket, 1 four pieced bumper (2 long 2 short) and 1 throw pillow. They also do matching curtains and accessories.
  3. This adorable set comes with the following: Quilt with soft backing, 4 piece bumpers, dust ruffle and sheet. You can also purchase extra: diaper stacker, personalized pillow, changing pad cover and valance.
  4. Make your geek dreams come true, with this awesome, made to order, Star wars crib set which includes: crib blanket, backed with your choice of colored regular dot minky, or super rose minky and matching crib skirt.

DIY Star Wars Nursery

  1. E is for elephant? Yeah, we know. How about T is for Time Traveling? From Android to Zombie, an ABC for geeky kids. And while your little jedi is at it, the baby might as well learn about the Star Wars universe, A is for Anakin, E is for Ewok, L is for Luke the legendary Jedi. Each big capital letter mimics the image it accompanies, so don’t be surprised that the E looks furry. Brief sentences use alliteration to connect the letter to the subject, making this a great read-aloud book for younger geeklings and an independent read for older Star Wars fans.
  2. Does Boba Fett just light up your life? This Boba Fett lamp and alarm Clock it’s also a MP3 Speaker.
  3. Soft, slightly stylized, and super deformed, just like Jabba’s belly. This Star Wars Plush Vehicles are just like the real thing, only plushier.

DIY Star Wars Nursery

  1. This clock is a giant minifigure of the renowned Stormtrooper in exacting detail which wil be noticed and beloved by Star Wars fans. The Digital clock is displayed on an LCD screen with a backlight so you can easily see it at night.
  2. ThisDarth Vader rug is Super soft and could be used for rooms and bathrooms. The bottom of the rug has a clear silicone protection from water.
  3. Oh, dear… how adorable is C3PO? The most beloved droid can keep your baby company every night. Check out the other characters too.

DIY Star Wars Nursery

  1. The Ulimate Star Wars Collection – 12 Prints With Star Wars Characters
  2. Star wars art print set of 6.
  3. I Love You From Here To Tatooine Wall Decor Print.
  4. Set of 8 Nursery Prints.

DIY Star Wars Nursery

  1. “Size matters not. Look at me. Judge me by my size, do you? Hmm? Hmm. And well you should not. For my ally is the Force, and a powerful ally it is.” Don’t you wish you had a wise mentor with you all day long to tell you right from wrong, give you advice and teach you how to use the Force? This Yoda plush makes Star Wars cuddly.
  2. Ward off the dark side with this adorable baby rattle.
  3. This Yoda inspired amigurumi was crocheted using 100% cotton yarn.
  4. This baby beanie can be made any size and is made using 2 strands of “Yoda Green” yarn, for a chunky look/feel.

DIY Star Wars Nursery

Bring your baby to the cute side of the force with this adorable onesies.

  1. Stormtrooper onesie
  2. V is for VaderCheck out other characters too.
  3. R2D2 Onesie with Beanie
  4. Bobba Fett body armor
  5. C3PO Onesie
  6. Darth Vader Body Suit
  7. Vader with Death Star
  8. My AT-AT Pet Onesie

 

Original Project: Mama Olsen
Via: Apartment Therapy
Additional Photos: Ruthie Skillman and Carissa XY
Product descriptions: Etsy and Think Geek


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2 Comments

  1. baby.star.wars

    February 1, 2014

    I LOVES IT
    IT is super awesome
    give it all to me
    now
    i like it i love it i want some more of it
    SO CRAZY AMAZINGNESS

  2. baby.star.wars

    February 1, 2014

    you are so nice to people


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