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Star Wars Sheets and Pillows for Lucky Kids (and Adults?)

by Karen M.
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I spotted this awesome Star Wars bedding for kids recently and thought, why do kids always get the fun stuff? Why am I stuck with some boring monochrome Calvin Klein crap when kids get to sleep on Leia and Chewie and the gang? I mean, look at this kid’s cool room, with the Death Star poster and all. So. Frakkin’. Jealous.

You can completely geek out your kid’s room with all kinds of Star Wars pillows, sheets, duvet covers, and what have you- including my favorite piece (that I might have to grab for my couch) which is a pillow with the iconic opening text.

These official Star Wars pieces are available individually from Pottery Barn Kids. They range from $24 to just under $200 for the various parts, in case you just want a splash o’ Star Wars instead of going the whole hog.

The one thing I do take issue with is that they’re listed under “boys bedding” which is just silly because I know loads of little girls who would totally dig this! You know, I would get a set for myself but I worry that people might think I was a little intense. Or that I looked really really really really old for my age.

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