Star Wars Bedroom

Seizing an opportunity to go over the top and get crazy with design, host David Bromstad creates a Star Wars spaceship bedroom paying close attention to what the boy, the owner of the room, wants.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe new spaceship/bed is perfect for play and sleep.
David starts with the bed and designs the rest of the room around it. So, this bedroom is actually a space station that the ship/bed is docking into. Extra care was taken in each detail. Cushions surround the edges of the bed, and the trundle mattress becomes part of the ship itself, making it a much safer place for Hayden to play and sleep.

Keep in mind, kids' rooms don't always have to be a primary color. Painting the walls a subdued color and popping it with bright colors in the bedding or accessories can be a different way to approach a bedroom design.

Product Information

paint: wall (2125-40 Shadow Gray), wall stripe and shapes (2125-30 Gray Shower, 2125-20 Deep Space), mural (798 Blue Suede Shoes) – Benjamin Moore
paint: mural accents (various) – Pantone
Star Wars items donated by Lucas Films
All other materials were donated, and all of the furniture, draperies and pillows were built or sewn by the Color Splash team. Therefore, no further product information is available for this episode.

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