Star wars bedroom decorating ideas

Updated February 21, 2017

A Star Wars themed bedroom is the ultimate sanctuary for fans of the classic saga. Choose Star Wars characters or scenes from the series of movies as the main feature in the room. Base the decorating budget on character products, bedding or special effect ideas to bring the movie theme alive. Include a child or teenager in the initial planning for a bedroom that is based on his favourite set of Star Wars movies or characters.

Walls and Furniture

Paint the walls in a colour from a favourite movie scene or location. Black, green, brown or white with silver highlights add various movies set colours to a Star Wars bedroom. Rejuvenate used furniture or purchase new pieces in complementary colours. Paint a headboard black, blue and white for a galaxy view from the window of a space ship or use quilted gold material to match C-3PO.

Star Wars Items

Pamper the Star Wars bedroom occupant with Lucasfilm licensed bedding. Substitute a black, white, brown or silver comforter if the themed material is difficult to locate. Hang Star Wars framed posters, wall borders or stickers in the room. Non-themed yet modern accessories, such as cubed storage and a black and silver alarm clock, will complement the theme. Add a full-size Star Wars cardboard character such as Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader or Anakin Skywalker for a dramatic element.


Paint a Star Wars mural on one of the bedroom walls or hire an artist to complete the project. Create a solar system mural on the ceiling or in the form of a dimensional mobile. Purchase thin metal sheeting at a hardware store. Give a black or white bureau a Star Wars effect by attaching the metal to the front of the drawers to create a space ship look.

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Suzie Faloon is a freelance writer who has written online content for various websites. As a professional crafter and floral designer, Faloon owned a florist business for nearly 25 years. She completed the Institute of Children's Literature course in 1988.