If you’re interested in how people have integrated Star Wars into their lives you have come to the right place.
As we all know, Star Wars has a tremendous follow as it was one of the pioneers if not the main in the upbringing of Sci-fi to the cinema and the main screen. Featuring never before seen special effects, Star Wars was truly revolutionary not only as a movie but also as a movement that pushed the boundaries beyond what was previously known.
As such, there are millions of Star Wars fans and some have gone further than just gathering highly valuable collectibles and have decided to overhaul a part of their own house so they can forever live within the atmosphere of the movie.
One such example is a complete overhaul of an interior apartment as per the wish of the owners, who are fervent Starwars fans and had to house their entire collection of collectibles.
For more information visit the project here: http://aiden-t.com/portfolio/PasirRis2010/pf-pasirris.htm
The next interior belongs to a boy’s room.
The design came from the father’s passion for the Star Wars universe and the saying of the mother in not overdoing things.
Find out more about this little boy’s room here: https://refreshdesign.wordpress.com/2013/07/29/star-wars-inspired-childrens-room/
In the more business side of things, we have people passionate about Star Wars even in their working environment.
As such they have integrated part of the design and patterns into their office.
Read more about the office here: http://www.fastcodesign.com/3026372/a-star-wars-inspired-office-in-the-heart-of-silicon-valley
Last but definitely not least, we have a couple of home theatres which would be most befitting to completing a full circle.
From movie to interior design and back to the screen where it all began is indeed a journey that most would not take but we are grateful to the ones who are brave enough because we can have interesting designs as these. Enjoy!
Check out these amazing projects here: http://www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/star-wars-home-theaters/
Featured image © by Justin M. Maller