As if the Care Bears weren’t enough to spark some nostalgia, now Sesame Street for Nod is hitting your neighborhood. I’m such a sucker for the Muppets of Sesame Street that I might have had to do a themed nursery if my kids were being born now.
Check out some of my favorites from the collection!
The showstopping Sesame Street Cookie Monster Bookcase will proclaim your love of cookies (and reading) forever. $500. You can also see the Sesame Street Wall Decal here. Order a few and create an amazing statement wall.
I’ve always been a huge fan of Bert and Ernie so I’m a little nutty for the Sesame Street Bert & Ernie Woven Wall Hangings. $39
There’s a great variety of fun Sesame Street bedding in twin sizes, toddler sizes as well as crib sets. Pick your favorite characters, Abby Cadabby, Cookie Monster, Elmo, Big Bird or Oscar.
Add some seriously awesome pattern with the Sesame Street Organic Twin Sheet Set ($80), which you can mix and match with almost anything in the Sesame Street collection. You can also find the design as a floor bin, crib sheet, toddler sheet, changing pad cover, and lunch box.
The fun and colorful Sesame Street Hopscotch Rug will be a playroom favorite. $250-$350
Even if you’re not doing a Sesame Street theme, the Oscar the Grouch Hamper with Lid is totally appropriate for and kid’s room. $79
For lots of playtime fun, the Sesame Street Puppet Theater Set is incredible. The brownstone illustration is fantastic. $129
There’s lots of fun for toddlers with this graphic Sesame Street Wooden Stack and Pull Toy. $59
The finishing touch for any Sesame Street themed space is the Sesame Street Sign with Wall Hooks. $59
You can take Sesame Street on the go with you. I may put this Travel Duffel on my wish list– it’s so cute and reminds me of my childhood in the 80s. $49
There’s so much more to explore in the Sesame Street for Nod collection so if you like any of this, please take a look. Try searching by your favorite character too. It brings up such cute results! Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Elmo, Abby Cadabby, or Oscar the Grouch.
Now get nostalgic and check out my favorite Sesame Street memories on YouTube!