Sorry, I meant snuggle. Snuggle in these Death Star sheets. You have two options: Death Star bedding and Rogue One Death Star bedding. There’s also a TIE Fighter bedding set that looks downright classy. [click to continue…]
I have to admit, this Millennium Falcon full/queen comforter and shams set has a pretty cool-looking washed out design. Plus, features an allover print of different ships on the opposite side so it might be reversible. On a related note, it reminded me of an AT-AT bunk bed I came across recently that was added to the Rooms To Go Star Wars collection. Check that out below. [click to continue…]
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Boldy go to bed with these Star Trek duvet covers. The new additions to the series include designs based on LCARS, Borg cube, Enterprise schematic and the Starfleet Academy logo. Think of the epic dreams you’ll have!
Check out all of the new designs below. [click to continue…]
In this version of Harry Potter, the Sorting Hat is one of those stupid pointed nightcaps with a fuzzy ball on the end. Hogwarts classes take place in your dreams (you are constantly late and panicking because you can’t remember where to go for some reason) and Voldemort is Freddy Krueger.
Comforters are available in Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, or Slytherin styles in Twin/Full or Queen/King sizes. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Bandai has just the thing to turn your bed into a Sailor Moon dream—they’ve recreated Usagi Tsukino’s bedding set from the popular anime. The set includes a duvet cover and pillow case with the bunny and crescent moon pattern on Usagi’s bed.
Even if it wasn’t from the anime, I’d want it. It’s super cute! Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
If you have a budding artist who uses everything as a blank canvas, this Doodle Duvet may be able to absorb some of the inspiration normally reserved for your walls.
The blanket appears as a sheet of notebook paper and is actually designed for use with washable markers. It will be ready for reuse after each wash, which will no doubt pose a quandary if you end up wanting to hold on to a particular masterpiece.
The doodle duvet is available in single (140 x 200cm) and double (200 x 200cm) sizes and comes complete with a 10-pack of washable markers. Check out additional pics below. [click to continue…]
PoshTots is now offering this headboard so that a T-Rex can hover over your kid all night and inspire nightmares of becoming dino dinner.
Created by artist and craftsman Jason Hulfish, the headboard reportedly fits any standard twin bed frame and offers precise handmade details that “must be seen in person to be believed”.
In addition, it comes with a hefty price tag, ensuring screams of terror for adults as well.
T-Rex Headboard ($1,560)
It’s finally happened.
We thought we saw every possible way to wear a Star Trek: TNG uniform, but I’ll admit that I didn’t expect my bed to get in on the action.
This Star Trek The Next Generation Bedding Set will let you tumble out of bed in the morning, completely relaxed and ready for that first cup of coffee or tea, Earl Grey, hot. The fitted sheet features a Delta Shield pattern, and the four solid Rank Pips printed on one side of the pillowcases declare you a Captain. The duvet cover, red, naturally, because you’re Command, has a Communicator Badge printed on it.
The set is available in Twin XL, Queen, or King sizes. Check out an additional pic below. [click to continue…]
Attention. This is not a drill. Bandai made a Snorlax bed. Okay, maybe it’s not officially a bed, but it IS a 59-inch tall, two-foot thick, plush Snorlax that you can lay on and sleep, so there ya go!
My favorite part of this may be the “caution” images that tell you not to put the Snorlax in the middle of the road, or take it swimming.
Check out more pics below.