41 Things You Definitely Had In Your Bedroom In The '90sGet the Full StoryGet ready for a trip down memory lane.
Sun and moon bedding.
If your home didn't have this were you even a '90s kid?
Or Bang on the Door merchandise.
For all the groovy chicks .
A boomerang pillow.
Your whole family had 'em.
Glow in the dark galaxy stickers.
The night sky was huge in the '90s?
A lava lamp.
Those little blobs were endlessly fascinating.
Or a fibre optic UFO lamp.
It probably came from Clint's Crazy Bargains.
They got kinda annoying after awhile.
A tie dye sarong.
Usually draped over on something for decoration.
A feather boa.
Similarly draped over on something for decoration.
Before you'd ever heard the words "cultural appropriation"!
A car bed.
If you didn't have one, you definitely knew someone who did.
A decorative wall border...
Your mum totally put this up.
A portable stereo.
Which you'd diligently sit in front of to tape your fave songs off the Top 40.
Your prized CD collection.
And tapes, if we're going waaaay back.
A teddy that hung from your door knob.
Preferably with words to the effect of "KEEP OUT OR ELSE" on it.
So impractical and uncomfortable, but hey it looked cool ?? .
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Aliens really had a moment in the '90s.
And preferably pink.
Your Tazos collection.
You ate a hell of a lot of chips to build it.
And your marble collection.
Kept in your best bumbag.
A diary with a lock.
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY.
One of these weird sand window things.
It was amusing for, like, two minutes.
Signed, if you were super lucky.
Until they died. :
A random rubber stress ball.
Maybe you made it. Maybe you had no idea where it actually came from. But it was there.
And a random slinky.
Decoration was about the only thing it was actually good for.
A magic 8 ball.
You occasionally used it to make life-altering decisions.
Abandoned in the bottom of one of your drawers.
Probably keeping your tamagotchi company in that drawer.
You never lit them, they just gathered dust.
A glow worm.
You definitely slept with it when you were little.
And plaster art you'd created at someone's birthday party.
Because it was magnificent.