How to Decorate Your Room with a WWE Theme

You wear your WWE loyalty on your sleeve, but you can separate yourself from legions of other fans by turning your room into a homage of the wrestling company or a specific wrestler.

Room Decorations

Choosing a favorite wrestler can limit some of the WWE decorations, but have a specific theme. Once all of the posters and WWE decor are set up, the focal point of the room becomes the bed. Turn almost any bed into a miniature three-sided wrestling ring that you could have a good night's sleep in every day of the week.

Step 1

Paint the walls using a mix of WWE signature colors. Fans of "WWE Raw" can use a red, white and black color scheme. "Friday Night Smackdown" colors are blue and white.

Step 2

Add WWE posters to the wall. Choose regular Superstar posters, promotional pay per view posters or an official WWE Fathead of wrestlers and symbols such as John Cena, The Undertaker and Rey Mysterio.

Step 3

Add wall shelves or a bookcase to the room. Use the space to display WWE memorabilia such as replica championship belts, WWE DVDs, books and action figures. Use action figure display cases for a more sophisticated look to the toys. Find memorabilia online at the WWE Shop Zone.

Step 4

Hang up official WWE curtains. Hem your own curtains using WWE patterns from various fabric shops.

Step 5

Cover the bed with WWE pillow cases, sheets and comforters. Newer editions feature stars such as John Cena and Triple H while classic sets have stars such as Hulk Hogan, "Macho Man" Randy Savage and Big Boss Man.

Wrestling Ring Bed

Step 1

Attach four plastic flag poles to the corners of the bed frame using cable ties. If you have PVC piping or four other poles, you can use them as a replacement.

Step 2

Measure the distance from a corner post, around the bed and until you reach the last post. Add six inches to this measurement and write it down.

Step 3

Wrap colored duct tape around three ropes that each measure the distance you wrote down. Overlap the duct tape as you apply it to each rope so the rope is completely covered. Put extra duct tape on the ends of the ropes to secure them.

Step 4

Tie the rope to one corner post towards the top of the post. Pull it tightly until you reach the second corner post. Loop it around the post, pull tightly and repeat this until you reach the fourth corner. Tie this rope off to secure it. Make sure the main entrance to the bed is left open for access.

Step 5

Tie the other two ropes for the ring effect. Evenly space them out along the poles. Use extra duct tape to secure them to the poles if needed. Add throw pillows to the corners to replicate the turnbuckle padding on a real WWE ring.

Things You Will Need

  • Wall paint
  • WWE posters/decals
  • WWE sheets
  • WWE comforter
  • WWE curtains
  • Action figure display cases
  • Wall shelving
  • 4 plastic flag poles
  • Cable ties
  • Colored duct tape
  • 3 ropes
  • 3 WWE throw pillows

About the Author

Alan Donahue started writing professionally in 2003. He has been published in the Norwich Free Academy "Red & White," UNLV's "Rebel Yell" and on various websites. He is an expert on wrestling, movies and television. He placed second in the NFO Screenwriting Contest and received filmmaking awards from Manchester Community College and Norwich Free Academy. He currently attends Academy of Art University.