Fire Truck Decor
What’s hot and red all over? Decor for a fire truck bedroom
From the ceiling to the floor, red engines galore! No really. Add a bit of fireman magic to your little boy’s bedroom with engines on a ceiling fan or a piece of art to hang over his bed. Maybe you’d rather put them on the floor with a rug?
Whatever your need, there’s an engine for that! Some of them are cute and cartoony like the bookends shown here. Others get more realistic and down-right elegant, especially when you start looking at the artwork. In all cases, keep in mind the colors (mostly red, obviously) and how many engines you’d actually want to include in the room. A few make great accents, way too many kills the theme a bit. Think in terms of how many items you’d see in real life. So hydrants and helmets would be a lot, trucks and ladders just a few.
In fact, I’ve found a few items that are based around hydrants, dalmatians, bells and other elements you’d find around a station house. Perfect for turning the room into a realistic looking one for your child.
Fire Truck Lights and Lamps
The lamps here would definitely be strong accents for the room, but the other items? Very nice small touches that don’t overwhelm the theme at all. Plus, a couple of these are hydrants and dalmatians, so great elements that work with the theme without being overly obvious.
Cal Lighting Fire Truck Table Light
Seriously cute and cartoony. You could go with a different type of shade if the white doesn’t work with the rest of your color scheme.
Oopsy Daisy Night Light
Swivel base allows it to work with any outlet
Canvas wrapped art
Comes in gift box
Fire Truck Rugs
Hook and Ladder Rug
$105.00 at aBaby
Engines, ladders, dalmatians and helmets
Available in red, green or blue (shown)
Three sizes to choose from
Fire Truck Decor
Lots of engines to choose from here, as well as coordinated theme items like hydrants and dalmatian images.
Red Hydrant All Purpose Storage Container
One of my favorite items for this particular theme
Really it’s a dog food storage piece, but works just as well in a bedroom
Check out the ones listed below this one after you click through for some other similar designs
6″ Solid Brass Bell with Knotted Lanyard
Not only goes with the theme, but has the added benefit of being a great way to get them up in the morning!
Easily mounted on wall or ceiling, although screws to do so aren’t included
Fireman Boy Growth Chart
Customize skin, eye and hair color
On Our Way Banner
$62 at aBaby
36″ x 12″
Fire Truck Clock Designs
Elements found at the station as well as at an emergency scene. I’m partial to the bell one, myself. Nice element to add to the theme.
Ruda Overseas Metal Clock
$25.50 at Unbeatable Sale
Personalized Wall Hangings
Add a name to any of these pieces of wall art to personalize your child’s room. Makes a great piece to keep over the years as a memory.
Dog Canvas Art
$120-$200 at aBaby
Three sizes available
Fire Truck Artwork
Non-personalized options here that range widely in price. The really inexpensive ones are more like posters, which you could hang as is or frame for more durability. The real artwork typically is painted canvas and would be something you’d want as an heirloom type piece.
ModernPOP Designs Fire Truck
produced on Forest Stewardship Council certified paper
Art By: Marnie Bishop Elmer
Oopsy Daisy Stretched Canvas Wall Art
Hand-stretched artist quality canvas
Includes sawtooth hanger and artist bio
Art4Kids Red Pedal Engine Creative Canvas Art Block Mount
$50.72 at UnbeatableSale
Fire Truck Growth Charts
Wooden Growth Stick
$26.60 at Unbeatable Sale
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