Use the ideas below to create a Narnian room for your child or yourself. A number of Narnian images and patterns are also provided to help you. Or, check out our Idea Board
Easy-Sew Bed Canopy: Take a cue from the pavilion mentioned in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Coat of Arms: Design a custom Narnian coat of arms for your child, or use the Heraldic Lion Pattern with red and green paint to create the traditional Narnian crest.
Dawn Treader Painting: Create a picture of the Dawn Treader for your child’s room so they can pop into Narnia whenever they like.
Lamppost: Purchase a lamp shaped like a lamppost from a store that sells lighting.
Paintings: Include some beautiful paintings by artist Andrew Knaupp or artist Paula Novak. For children’s rooms, I recommend Knaupp’s paintings from Prince Caspian and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and Novak’s painting of “Aslan with Lucy & Susan” for their gentle and inspiring nature. (add links)
Stuffed Toy Lion: Include a realistic stuffed lion in your room.
Table and Chairs: Turn a small table and chairs into a royal treat for your little prince or princess.
Toy Chest: Create a Narnian treasure chest for storing favorite toys.
Treasure Box: Every child should have a box where he keeps his most treasured possessions, be they plastic jewels, a robin’s egg, or smooth stones.
Wardrobe: Paint a wardrobe or armoire with images of a snowy wood. (link)
Patterns: These patterns are provided free of charge for private personal use only.