Where to find Sesame Street Room Decor
My son’s birthday was a few weeks ago. We are redoing his bedroom in a Sesame Street theme. Finding Sesame Street room decor has not been as easy as I thought.
First, my parents wanted us to meet at the Cheesecake Factory for lunch. It conveniently has a Crate & Barrel at the same mall and I was aware that they have a new line of Sesame Street bedroom items.
Sesame Street at Crate & Barrel
Overall, I was disappointed. First, there is not much on display at the store. (and I was told that this store, King of Prussia, has more items than most) And what is there is really overpriced, in my opinion. They have a playset. My son grabbed it right away. Since it was his birthday, I was going to buy it for him. I was quite surprised to learn that it is $79. Yes, I still purchased it as it was his birthday and he doesn’t ask for much. But that is really spendy for what it is. The wall hangings pictured above are adorable, right? Too bad that if you want them, you’ll pay well over $100 for the pair. And they’re not that big.
Sesame Street Room Decor Ideas
So, as usual, I’m back to eBay. And Etsy. There is almost nothing on Amazon or Mercari. I may start hunting fall yard sales and estate sales.
I have a ton of Sesame Street vintage bedding. Now I just have to hunt down a valance and some wallhangings or prints. Or wall decals. And Sesame Street clocks.
There’s actually a lot of good stuff out there, you just have to be patient. When you are decorating with vintage items, you can’t just go out and buy everything at once. You just have to add your Sesame Street items one at a time. I’m also thinking about taking some of our vintage Sesame Street books and framing pages or covers of the ones that aren’t in great condition (can no longer be read as a book).
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