The smashing sci-fi fiction cum fantasy melodrama, Star Wars, has caught the fancy of many. The surreal saga that tells stories of a far out galaxy and voyages through the entire Galactic Republic has become a sensation among the youth and pop culture. The momentous battle between the good Jedi and the villainous Sith that features characters like rebel spies, witches, knights, droids, and princesses ensues in a sleek, minimal and futuristic backdrop and spans across scenic landscapes. The design elements from this space opera that is a free spirited blend of space fiction and illusionary pipe dreams have enthralled and amazed so many people out there. If the Star Tours attraction at Disneyland and Hollywood Studios is not enough to gratify your passion, then take a look at some Star Wars inspired settings compiled below.
Star wars themed Hawaiian House
If you are a sci-fi movie nut, then you will really like what this pad has in store. This 10000 square foot estate located at Honolulu in Hawaii has been outfitted with a Star Wars themed home theatre by Modern Home Systems. Enter through the motorized pocket door to marvel at the 3D fiber optic ceiling and whoopee in the theatrical ambiance that also stages the C3PO talking robot. The zone that stretches to an area of 20 by 14 feet also boasts of a 107 inch Stewart Filmscreen display, life-size R2D2 and two equipment racks that have a 180 degree rotation mechanism.
Star Wars themed home in Visalia
It is always nice to have a Star Wars like cosmic turf right inside your home. If you fancy something like this, then you will absolutely love the Y wing nestled inside this 2500 square foot home in Visalia, California. Humanoids and robotic droids are definitely hiding inside the cabinets or the battleship dangling from the ceiling. The Darth Vader bust peeking from the desk is very cool. You can use this space as an activity room, children’s playroom, game room or something else. The $364000 house also has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 saltwater pool and a spacious garage that can fit in 3 cars at a time.
Star Wars Fan Home
Another house with a star wars inspired home theatre. Staged like a spaceship, the mini theatre is festooned with trappings from the movie like gadgetry, weapons, robots and armed soldiers. The 20 plush leather recliners face a massive screen on which you can watch your favorite sci-fi flicks.
Ultimate Star Trek Themes Apartment Tony Alleyne
Although, originally, the home has been modeled on the set up of Star Trek series, the similarities and striking design elements compelled us to include this one in the countdown. The 500 square foot apartment is just the place to train and reconnect with the Force, just like they do in the blockbuster. And after you have acquired occult powers like telekinesis and clairvoyance, you can easily turn on the lights with voice commands. This house can transmute all your paranormal flights of fantasy into reality. Kitted out with running lights, air conditioning and LEDs, the house has no bed as the owner was suffering from sciatica when he brought the pad.
Flying saucer shaped white home is located in Chattanooga
This flying saucer shaped house stationed at Chattanooga in Tennessee has outlandish interiors and electronic controls to make all your outer space fantasias come to life. The home comes with its share of drama just like the intergalactic events cropping up in the space bound saga. At the entryway is a button controlled staircase that reels in and out. The house has three floors that accommodate a living area, kitchen, two bathrooms and 3 bedrooms. The watering holecurved bar is quite a centerpiece and the curved low ceiling along with stunted walls adds to the whim. Also, when you are not engrossed in the unearthly wonders of the house, you can take a glimpse of the marvelous landscape of rivers and mountains around you through the rectangular windows. However, the house wasn’t originally built as a tribute to the epic movie. It was constructed before the release of the film, way back in 1970 by Claude King, to mark Neil Armstrong’s landing on the moon. Nevertheless, the now renovated $100000 pad will take you into the world of sci-fi fantasies.