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    Posted on Jan 29, 2015

    18 Killer Bedrooms All '90s Teens Wish They'd Had

    Like... totally jealous.

    1. Cher Horowitz's complete with a drool worthy state-of-the-art closet in Clueless (1995).

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    A precursor to the DressMe app, and still a million times cooler.

    2. Kat Stratford's alternative, collaged walls in 10 Things I Hate About You (1999).

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    So sad, so misunderstood, so... wait, a super hot guy did WHAT for you?

    3. For emo kids, there was even Daria's purple padded room on Daria (1997).

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    A quiet getaway to enjoy neuroses.

    4. And don't forget her buddy Jane's hip loft.

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    Skull candle holder, pallet bed frame, and junk food? Ugh, so cool.

    5. Clarissa Darling's hubcaps and checkered paint made her room iconic in Clarissa Explains It All (1991).

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    Who wouldn't want their best friend to have a private ladder to window entrance?

    6. Rose colored walls made Jane Burnham's room in American Beauty (1999) a sweet suburban dream.

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    Talk about a room with a view.

    7. The fur-lined egg chair in Randall Floyd's room even had a matching ottoman in Dazed and Confused (1993).

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    For all the cool seniors to kick back.

    8. Speaking of killer chairs, gotta appreciate Jonah Baldwin's from Sleepless in Seattle (1993).

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    Also, the entire houseboat can be yours for only two million dollars!

    9. And we definitely wanted a waterbed like Kim Boggs' in Edward Scissorhands (1990).

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    Minus the scissor lacerations of course.

    10. Maddie Wirtz's star-filled ceiling in Foxfire (1996) brought the galaxy indoors.

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    Her glow-in-the-dark star sticker game put us all to shame.

    11. While Roxy Carmichael's bedroom in Welcome Home Roxy Carmichael (1990) perfectly demonstrated thrift store-chic.

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    Sure, it's a lot of pink, but a refrigerator closet is pure genius.

    12. For clever, practical designs, there was Korben Dallas' compact future pod in The Fifth Element (1997).

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    If only your bed made itself.

    13. Kathryn Merteuil's blue boudoir was deliciously evil in Cruel Intentions (1999).

    Complete with hideaway bed for your paramour.

    14. D.J. and Stephanie's Mondrian-inspired wallpaper on Full House (1993) was pop perfection.

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    Bay windows really make a shared room tolerable.

    15. And how about the ethereal dreamscape in the Darling's nursery from Hook (1991)?

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    So restful you won't even notice your children returning home from Neverland.

    16. For the dreamer in all of us, there was Andy's cloud-filled bedroom in Toy Story (1995).

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    And the best part: real, live toys.

    17. And making us jealous alongside Brenda was Kelly Taylor's wall of self-love on Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990)

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    Only in a true L.A. girl's room.

    18. And finally, the ultimate awesome '90s bedroom, Arnold's glass-roofed kingdom in Hey Arnold! (1996)

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    The sky really is the limit.

    Sweet dreams!

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