Make it a real bouncing bedroom!
Lots of great ways to complete a basketball bedroom theme here! From rugs on the floor to custom wall decor, you’ll be all set in no time.
I come from a basketball family, so frankly, our basketball decor was the actual balls and trophies we collected. No need for other items for anyone to figure out our favorite sport. We all played, my dad coached, I coached – we’ve done it all. And are passing it on to a new generation with my niece and nephew.
So I have a good idea just what would appeal to any basketball fan in your family. All of these items are great for creating a room for a kid who plays the sport or for doing a fan room for a team. Stick with straight balls if you’re trying to mix with team colors to ensure everything goes together well.
Basketball Wall Art
Personalized All Star Basketball Giclee Print-Available in Four Different Sizes
At The Well Appointed House
Oopsy Daisy Mosaic Basketball Player Stretched Canvas Art
by Jones & Eggy, 24 by 30-Inch
Americanflat “Basketball” Framed Wall Art
Basketball Ticket Canvas Reproduction
Basketball Wall Decor
Basketball Wood Wall Clock
Basketball Net Hanger with Hooks – Red
Oopsy Daisy Basketball Locker Growth Chart
Prime eligible at Amazon
Name Engraved Basketball
$29 at aBaby
With or without pegs
Basketball Net “Crunch Time” NBA Design Wastebasket
Redmon for Kids Basketball Storage Bag
$15.00 at aBaby
Basketball Shirt Knobs
$15.00 at aBaby
Spalding® “Crunch Time” Basketball Net Wastebasket • $9.99
Argento Basketball Piggy Bank • Argento • $12.99
Lights and Lamps
All Star Basketball Sconce
9″ high x 8″ wide
Basketball Shaggy Raggy Rug
$76.00 at aBaby
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