Roundup: 10 Bedrooms that Actually Incorporate Sports Memorabilia and Decor with Style

Roundup: 10 Bedrooms that Actually Incorporate Sports Memorabilia and Decor with Style
Source: Apartment Therapy; Homes by Novogratz; Photo: Matthew Williams

We are a family who loves sports so it doesn't surprise me when my son wants to add in his "fan gear" to his bedroom. I want my kiddo to have things in his room that inspires him, and being a "fan" of something is also something I want my kiddo to experience. Here are ten bedrooms that incorporate sports decor yet the basic elements are timeless and grounded in style.   

1. The room above is actually a bachelor pad but couldn't you see it in a kids room? Adding vintage decor of your favorite team makes the room seem a little more grown up.

Source: PencilandPaperCo.com

2. I love how this room incorporates sports by highlighting a saying or a play call.

Source: Architectural Digest; Designer Michael S. Smith
3. The built-ins provide a place to showcase memorabilia and a mounted jersey becomes wall art. The room is 90% neutral but has unexpected color in the bed skirt and decor. 
Source: DecoPad

4. I love the collage of black and white photos.  This is a great way to highlight a favorite team without throwing up a poster.
Source: Hufft.com

5. Everything colorful looks great on white shelves. White shelves can showcase sports treasures and accomplishments as they grow. It also allow kids to change their mind in their interests.
Source: Deocist; By DKOR Interiors; Photo: Renata Bastos

6. A sports photo cut and pieced together on multiple canvas prints really makes a statement. If you simply take them down its a different room. Love this.

Source: Decopad; Stonewood LLC

7. The accent wall with the collage of black and white photos give a teenager a grown up room. I love that you could change the bedding and collage wall and this could be a girls room.
Source: Kids Space Stuff

8. Here is another room where the built-ins are the star and the sports decor blends. You could recreate this look by painting store bought bunk beds the same color as the wall and hanging a gallery wall of sports decor around the bunk bed.

Jenn Feldmen Designs
9. Here is another example of how dark walls can give a background to make the colorful sports photos pop off the wall. This room is actually a "man cave" but could easily be done in a kids room by adding some whimsey with bedding, rugs and textures.
Source: Decopad, Designer David Tsay

10. Colorful Equipment can become art when it has a neutral canvas.

I want to give my kiddo a room that he loves, but I also want to be able to easily take it back if we need to swap rooms, sell the house or switch it up when his interests change. Want more kid room ideas? Check this Curbly post here and here.

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