It's never too early to raise the next generation of superfans. One day your kids will hate everything you like. Today is not that day.
Baby Harry Potter might have lived in the cupboard under the stairs, but your Muggle doesn't.
- A Quidditch crib mobile is available here.
- Wrap your little Muggle in House colors from Cho.
- There is a serious lack of Potter crib sheets on the market. Purchase some witchy sheets and follow this tutorial to make your own!
- Pull the room together with some little touches like JackoTaco did, adding a familiar and your favorite book quote decals.
One room to rule them all, one room to find them.
- Use these free patterns to create your own Fellowship then turn them into a mobile.
- This Elven-ish crib is not for sale but finding someone with proper skill could easily replicate it.
- This tree of Gondor stands over five feet tall and would make a perfect door (or wall) decoration.
- It's never too early to learn the Elvish ABCs. The whole alphabet is available in colorful prints.
Little Kal-El grew up under the red sun of Krypton and that color would permeate his color scheme through the rest of his life as Superman.
- Red is the first color babies see, so don't blind them. Take a page from Christi Dame and use it as an accent color.
- Give your little Man (or Woman) of Steel something cut their crime fighting teeth on with a security lovey blanket.
- Put some motivational action on the walls with decals by Aubrey Heath.
- Pull the room together with a custom set of crib sheets to dream on.
Whimsical and wondrous are wonderful adjectives to start life under, even if your baby's name isn't Alice.
- Blogger The Vanilla Bean shows off how to do girly baby bedding without drowning in pink.
- But a little pink in the accents won't hurt, like this crib mobile by JorganJamber.
- It wouldn't be a proper Alice nursery without some teacups. A unique bookshelf should fit the bill.
- There are a lot of Wonderland wall decals out there, but if you want something different photographer Pahoyhoy suggests pinning up character clothing.