Do you have collectible action figures, movie posters like Star Wars and Lord of the Rings, comic books, toys like LEGO, and other such objects? So imagine a place where you can keep all this without losing your nerdy streak. With a good space and a lot of creativity, you can already transform your room into an environment based on the video games Super Mario World or Portal 2, or on the drawing Calvin and Haroldo, or even on the story of the book The Hobbit.
And to give you an idea of how it will look, the site MSNBC gathered some of the places that could be called “private nerd paradise”. The question: which of these rooms is your favorite?
The parents of a nine-year-old girl created a room inspired by the children’s classic “As Crnicas de Nrnia”, with the right to transform the access door to the room into a wardrobe, just like the story. Written by Irish Clive Staples Lewis, the work consists of seven novels published between 1950 and 1956. In all, more than 100 million copies, translated into 47 different languages, have already been sold worldwide.
2. Split room
This is an ideal proposal for those who have two children and need to save space. Mark Rodriguez has two twin daughters with totally different tastes: one fanatic for Superman and the other prefers flowers and butterflies. To reconcile such opposite tastes in the same room, Mark created a divided environment with a simple but very effective design.
3. Super Mario
A plumber who tries to save a princess and is constantly attacked by turtles and mushrooms. Did you ever think about waking up to find your favorite character going down pipes and facing enemies?
4. Star Wars
User BykManDan, from the Instructables online community, wanted to comply with his son’s request and built a bed in the shape of the Star Wars series Armored Transport (AT-AT) war machine. Watch the video to find out how he did it.