Super Batman Bedroom Ideas, Bedding and Wall Decals
Holy Smokes Batman! Here are some ideas for decorating a Batman bedroom, Batman bedding sets and some tips for converting a boring table lamp into a Batman lamp that will transform any boy’s room into a cool Bat Cave beyond compare!
BATMAN BEDDING One of the most popular Batman bedding collections can be found at Pottery Barn Kids. The collection can be a little expensive on the front end, but if you consider the resale value the initial cost doesn’t look so bad. While still not cheap, it makes sense to buy a high quality comforter set new and then sell it when your children outgrow the Super Hero phase. Or you can take the discount approach and shop for a set of good, used sheets and bedding for sale online or at a yard sale.
Buying a cheap bed in a bag is OK, but in my experience the fabric of the comforter and fitted sheets just doesn’t hold up or hold its color as well as Pottery Barn Kids bedding sets. What happens here is that you start out with a colorful Batman bedroom and after a few trips through the wash, your comforter and sheets are faded compared to the curtains and bed skirt that aren’t laundered as often.
BATMAN BEDROOM DECORATING IDEAS I recently decorated a toddler boys room on a very slim budget. I didn’t want to skimp on the quality of the comforter set, so I convinced the mom that it would be a good idea to go ahead and pay $160 for the sheet set and the pillow sham with the Batman logo. This took a big bite out of our bedroom decorating budget and left very little room for decorations for the room.
Luckily, the child’s dad had a nice collection of Batman posters and stuff from the 1960s that was at my disposal to use in decorating the wall shelves.
BATMAN LAMPS and LIGHTS
After the walls and bed were covered, I started shopping for a Batman lamp for the bedside table and found a really cool, animated lamp AND a lava lamp that cost less than $10! Even though the Batman lava lamp was cheap, the mom was concerned that it would get too hot and that her toddler might burn himself so I we bought the animated lamp and replaced the mini-shades on the chandelier with custom made mini Batman shades that looked absolutely fantastic.
If we had run out of money, my plan was to take a plain table lamp and replace the shade with a Batman lamp shade. As it turned out, we were able to get the little boy the animated lamp that he loved and still had a little left over for some boys wall decals and stickers to dress up his bedroom furniture!
THE BOTTOM LINE Since we got free shipping on the Batman bedding, we bought a used lamp and used posters and figurines from Dad’s Batman collection as room decor the total cost of the boy’s Batman bedroom decorating project cost less than $300.
BATMAN BEDROOM PICTURES If you have some pictures of kids bedrooms that you decorated or some cool, Batman bedroom decorating ideas that you would like to share, you can upload your pictures of your Batman room using the form on this page and please don’t forget to tell us how you did it!
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