Before the age of internet and long before myspace was a thing, teenagers expressed themselves through their bedroom decor. A sleepover meant the perfect chance to show off your newest acquisition, carefully placed in a corner, noticeable enough to get complemented.
|The Full House Room of Dj & Steph
|Blossom’s Pink Corner Bed
We start our journey with TV Show’s bedrooms: the first inspo stop. Posters were a big part of our teenage life, we hunted them down in magazines and eagerly waited for their release. Posters represented who we are and what we loved; kind of like our Instagram or Pinterest boards today.Buckle up for our secon stop Movies bedrooms: a ride down memory lane filled with magic and pure childhood feels.
Sabrina the Teenage Witch had our heats stirring and striking: A talking cat, a lava lamp, a vintage canopy hung behind her bed and that purple wallpaper. We still did not mention her magic powers.
|Lydia’s Room in Mrs. Doubtfire
|Kids Room in Hook
There is just something enchanting about hung fabric and soft lighting, especially if you are reading the adventures of peter pan with Wendy in a made up sheet tent. The kids room in the movie Hook triggered the highest levels of jealousy: Pink wallpaper walls, two framed symmetrical beds nestled in their wall nooks and the infamous balcony that sends you flying to Neverland.
|Attic Room in Home Alone
|Tree House in Now & Then
Attics, Basements and Treehouses are special secret places that kids love to make their own. Away from the adult world, their imagination runs wild in these spaces, fighting monsters & pirates, making potions, casting spells.
Cartoon TV Shows play in a league of their own with their imaginative setups: Dexter’s secret lab, Andy’s world of toys & Bart’s Crusty the Clown obsession.
|Toy Story Room
Just let us all pause and admire the design genius behind Hey Arnold’s attic room. His entire ceiling was made out of windows- to see the stars at night & the pink clouds at sunset. He also had a sofa bed that comes out of the wall with a click of a button. Clearly our chosen 90’s bedroom winner.