8 Twilight-Themed Nurseries
A Majestic Vampire's Coffin
The dramatic angular ceiling covered in romantic purple fabric resembles the inside of a vampire's coffin. Continuing with the purple theme, this elegant nursery mixes shiny and dull materials, representing the contrast between Edward Cullen's sparkling flesh and Bella's human skin. Could this be a play on Renesmee being half human/half vampire?
The Italian Volturi Lair
The yellow-patterned walls combined with the antique-looking iron crib give this vampire's lair Venetian festival appeal. This nursery is fit for royalty or at least the Italian Volturi coven.
Topaz Eyes of a Vampire
Like the topaz eyes of a vampire who has just returned from a successful hunt, this subdued nursery is accented in warm shades of gold. From the walls to the bedding pattern, the yellow hue mirrors Edward's eyes.
Alice's Fancy Nursery
Just like Alice Cullen, this nursery is fancy, over-the-top and full of personality. The tall rails of the crib frame, topped with a laced canopy, make this preppy country club room even more dramatic.
Reminiscing the Twilight Honeymoon
Bella's adventure to motherhood started on a little island. This nursery is perfectly reminiscent of Bella and Edward's seaside honeymoon with its beach-inspired decor and cool ocean-blue walls.
Modern Enough for the Cullen Clan
This nursery is an ideal match to the Cullens' modern retreat. From the smooth curves of the futon to the clean gray walls and cluster of framed prints, this children's room would seem only natural at the Cullens' hidden jewel.
Energetic Vampire Loft
For the growing children, this loft-style bedroom is open and spacious enough for the energy, strength and speed of a human, werewolf or vampire. Climb the ladder to the loft to hide from mind readers like Alice Cullen, or feel protected in the hanging bubble chair (perhaps like being protected by Bella's vampire power).
Edward's Old-Fashioned Touch
The black floral wallpaper and white antique chandelier capture the true nature of Edward Cullen. Like his gentlemanly manners, this room bleeds with old-fashioned appeal.