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Kid’s Decor No ’90s Child Could Ever Forget

9) Jewelry Armoires

They came in all sizes and styles, but tiny little armoires were the elegant way to store your jewelry in the ’90s.

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8) Daybeds

Is it sort of a couch if we add a lot of pillows? No, it’s still a bed, but nice try.

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7) Disco Balls

Those miniature disco balls with lights around the edges were also a Spencer’s favorite.

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6) Sun & Moon Decor

For that mysterious look, celestial designs added a certain je ne sais quoi to many a ’90s kid’s bedroom. Long before galaxy designs became a trend, there were sun and moon prints!

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5) Reversible Comforters

There was that one bedspread which was either forest green or burgundy and then the other side that was another color. Seemed like everyone had one of these in their house.

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4) Oversized Crayons

Sometimes stuffed and sometimes inflatable, giant crayons and pencils were the giant spoon/forks of the ’90s.

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3) Wavy CD Towers

If you were lucky enough to have a plethora of CDs then you probably had one of these bad boys to contain them all.

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2) Funky Multi-colored Furniture

Brightly painted furniture à la Friends and Clarissa Explains It All was very chic during the ’90s.

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1) Papasan Chairs

Safety risks were nothing when you considered the fabulous look and functionality of papasan chairs. Stores like Pier 1 and World Bazaar were abuzz in the ’90s with teenagers looking for papasan chairs, mosquito netting, and celestial decor.

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