This is a post that may not really mean anything to you, if you are not a big fan of The Lord of the Rings by Tolkien. But, if you are amongst those who find themselves drawn to the Middle-Earth, well, here are some curated Lord of the Rings merchandise that will help you recreate the magic in your home.
MAP THE MIDDLE EARTH!
First things first. You need a map of Middle Earth to create an ambience. The bigger, the better! Map décor is popular anyways and adds a certain old world charm to a room. If the map belongs to Middle Earth, the charm is multiplied!
DON THE POSTERS
Posters are a quick and cost-effective way to set a theme for any space. When it comes to Lord of the Rings you have a plethora of characters to choose from! Don your walls with your favourite character, or make a gallery wall with a set of posters. There is a lot of choice indeed, so make your pick wisely.
There is a lot of choice here, though for me, nothing beats Aragon!
Little knick-knacks and accessories add a fun element to the décor. I would love to include a little bit of The Lord of the rings in my daily life through little objects!
I also love using figurines to add a little bit of drama. I would prefer the more realistic figurines as compared to caricatures. However, I must admit that some caricature figurines are quite attractive as well! you could place figurines in a showcase. You can group them together and create a little scene as well.
If you play chess, nothing like having your favourite characters on the board! Chess boards also make for beautiful displays.
For those with a more literary bent, Tolkien’s words have a magical effect. The trilogy is filled with beautiful poems and quotable quotes. Why not get them on the wall? Or, maybe in a frame?
While all these Lord of the Rings merchandise will add a bit of Middle- Earth to your home, for me, there is something else that really beats them all. If you are LEGO fan like I am, try and actually create a Lord of the Rings setting by yourself! There are numerous choices here as well.
We could go on and on. After all, wouldn’t it be real magic to recreate Middle-Earth right where you live? Now, that sounds like a good proposal!