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Space is a subject which inspires people like no other and a space themed bedroom will inspire and fascinate your child for years to come. Space also offer a huge opportunity for your child to learn about the sciences and forces such as gravity, in a fun, relaxed way. To help bring the inner astronaut out in your child, we have sourced a wide range of Space themed bedroom products. As well as finding space themed bedding, rugs, lighting and storage, you will also find a wide range of space bedroom accessories. One of the bestselling products within the accessories range is the Space Themed Wall Stickers which feature a couple of galaxies, satellites, as well as a fiery sun. Our products have been chosen so that you can easily theme an entire room for less than you may think, or you can simply cherry pick a few products to ‘test’ before you start to take down the old wallpaper! If you have any questions about how to create a space themed bedroom, just get in touch and we will be happy to help.


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Make your son's bedroom feel like a far, far away galaxy with an outer space theme. Our inspiration for a space themed bedroom focuses on our amazing solar system quilt, which features all of the planets rotating around the sun. In our inspiration room, we added more celestial bedding with our constellation sheet set that helps your kids to learn all about the stars. Space wall art and throw pillows complete the theme. We also added some youthful storage, lighting and decor to the room to finish it off. With inspiration from Land of Nod's solar system bedroom, you're sure to create an out-of-this-world room for your son.


Space is an infinitely fascinating and inspiring subject matter, so encourage your little cosmonauts’ curiosity with a room that’s full of wonder. A bedroom that’s out of this world will also help them to dream big, so set the stage for their very own space odyssey with this starry bedroom scheme.It may be the final frontier of bedroom design, but this galactic paint-effect isn’t rocket science. Watch the video above and then read on for our step-by-step instructions.


Space is an infinitely fascinating and inspiring subject matter, so encourage your little cosmonauts’ curiosity with a room that’s full of wonder. A bedroom that’s out of this world will also help them to dream big, so set the stage for their very own space odyssey with this starry bedroom scheme.


Understandably, their home had become a tough place for the Newtons to stay. In particular, the bedroom that Mason and Hudson shared needed addressing because Hudson hadn’t felt comfortable sleeping in there anymore. Robbie and Chrissy knew that helping their son move forward and helping everyone in the family get some much-needed rest depended on transitioning that room into a dedicated space for Hudson, as sad as that sounds. They also knew it would be a task that was too painful to do themselves.


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I knew the Essence Collection from Raymour & Flanigan, an espresso dark wood twin bedroom set for young boys or girls that is rich and beautiful, would perfectly bring it to life for our young explorer. It’s very versatile, and could really help transform a room into anything, so many directions to go in terms of room decor options…a pirate theme? sports? young scientist? anything! I loved the sleek and simple lines, and I definitely have a preference for dark wood. It’s very rich and well-made, so once I saw it in the showroom at Raymour & Flanigan, I just knew.


So their friends, neighbors, and members of their church swooped in to help give the house a refresh, and they called us to see if we could take on Hudson’s bedroom. I basically cry-shouted “Of course!” into the phone before we heard any of the details.


When the Newton family pulled into their driveway last Thursday evening, we gathered outside along with friends and neighbors to welcome them – but we stayed outside so they could take in their “refreshed” home as a family. In addition to Hudson’s bedroom, there were lots of other updates and organization that friends and relatives had tackled on the first floor, in the garage, and in the hall bathroom. After a little while we were invited in to introduce ourselves, spend some time with everyone, exchange some hugs and some tears, and tell the Newtons how grateful we were to be involved. Getting a big hug from Hudson and watching him play up in the loft bed with his friends was the highlight of the evening.


Our first step was to create our game plan thanks to lots of details about Hudson. We learned that he loves outer space, science, planets, and superheroes and the Newtons were hoping for some fresh paint, a loft bed, a comfy reading chair, and a desk.


We originally planned to put a desk under the bed, but decided that a bean bag and some toy baskets created more of a casual play space/hideout (although the desk that we bought fits under there if the Newtons ever want to move it). Oh, and the star marquee is battery operated – so three cheers for no visible cords.


The 8 x 10′ rug was a HomeGoods find, and it was actually an 11th hour switch. We had originally found a similar one that was green & navy, but after seeing things come together it was waaaaay too demanding. So we made the exchange for this one, which layered in a lot more easily in the big, open play space.


Since the Newtons use the double-doored closet for clothes, they didn’t need a dresser, but they did ask for a desk, and this wood & metal one fit nicely next to the window. Adding a blue fabric chair and a soft green desk lamp from Target along with a colorful fan & navy curtains from HomeGoods tied in the colors in the artwork. Speaking of the art, that’s a Help Ink print that we popped into a simple wood frame. We’ve had it for a while and knew immediately when we heard that Hudson loves space and exploring that we had to find a spot for it in his room.


Back in the reading corner, we were able to anchor it with this super comfortable gray chair that LaDiff (an awesome local furniture company) donated when we told them about this project for the Newtons. They actually offered up our choice of three chairs, so I went all Goldilocks in their showroom and declared this one juuuuust right after sitting (and re-sitting) in all three. The solar system mobile is another Pottery Barn Kids find, which instantly perked up that recessed nook while adding some good color (and planets!) to the space. Pun intended.