the NES was all the rage, us kids lived and breathed Nintendo 24/7. Who
cared about homework when there we had to help a plumber rescue a
princess? Nintendo knew that by keeping their games constantly on our
mind, they'd have more and more sales. And what better way to keep the
games on our mother brains than by having Nintendo wallpaper from 1989?
(excuse me, "wallcoverings")
then, we didn't have "extreme home makeover" TV shows where they would
come into our rooms and redecorate 'em. It was up to us, and thankfully
Nintendo made styling our rooms easy. According to the box, it said "Putting
up this paper is a lot easier than rescuing the princess!" For an
adult perhaps, but I have a feeling most kids would find putting up
wallpaper to be far more stressful than beating Super Mario Bros.
good is wallpaper without some nice walltrim? Fret not, Nintendo had that
angle covered as well...
Oh yeah, now
we're talkin'! Since the stuff was pre-glued, all you had to do was slap
it up on the wall. With a variety of design patterns available for
purchase, your bedroom wall could quickly become the ultimate testament to
your Nintendo obsession. Take a gander: