Top 40 Star Wars Room Ideas
Everyone has a little Star Wars in them. What a great way to express it by making an awesome Star Wars themed room in your home. May the force be with you.
If you’re going for an abstract type of style, a five panel canvas set is a great budget option for covering a wall. It was there’s all kinds of companies that make five panel camp canvas, and you can even make custom ones.
Tie fighters and tube lights are unique way to bring out a Star Wars atmosphere.
A Star Wars game room is something that sets your home apart from all the others, throw in a couple arcade games and you have a fun house.
These pink Jedi light sabers are one-of-a-kind for this crib room.
A father built his kids this cool millennium falcon bed.
To get your kids bedroom looking like this, all you need is a little bit of paint and some vinyl stickers.
This is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen, those are Post-it notes Star Wars murals of Darth Vader, R2-D2, Yoda, and a Storm Trooper.
Premium Light Sabers and extra LEDs can make your computer gaming rig look this awesome.
If you’re going for an awesome idea to complete your man cave, this is an elegant and futuristic way to make it happen.
Great idea for a Star Wars lounge area.
You’ll feel like you’re always hanging out with R2-D2 and C-3 PO with this futuristic lit up backdrop.
Take a ride in this realistic millennium falcon cockpit, or just play Xbox 360 the gamer way.
If you’re tired of the plain contemporary styles, you can always upgrade to this futuristic Death Star chandelier.
Lego Star Wars is a fun way to bring your kids bedroom to life.
Personalize your kids bedroom with custom vinyl stickers made with their name tag.
Out of a real Star Wars fans bedroom, this dedicated to the true Star Wars fans out there.
So far, this is the nicest Star Wars game I’ve seen. If you’re wondering, this is a Star Wars vacation rental that can be found in the neighborhood Champion Villa located in Four Corners, Florida.
LED lights are something that can be installed fairly easily, and can make a room give off a great Star Wars effect.
Little did they know, once they got past my ring doorbell I had an entire army of storm troopers in my room, pretty cool wallpaper.
When you’re talking to your neighbors in the subject comes up, “My kids aren’t spoiled, they just have a life-sized AT–AT Walker in their room, that’s perfectly normal.” #AWESOME
Getting your toddler set up with a nice Star Wars bedroom is the best way to make an impression.
Not something you see every day, this pink tie fighter glass table is one-of-a-kind.
Yep, that’s a three dimensional tie fighter sticking out of the wall. Cool isn’t it?
If you don’t have a game room set up with light sabers and LED lights, then you haven’t learned how to game the right way.
This is a great way to ergonomically decorate your game room with all your favorite Star Wars figurines.
This type Star Wars room requires a little bit of work to do properly. You’re looking at paneling, framed recesses, and properly run electrical. When done properly, you can bring a Star Wars room of this magnitude the life.
If you’re going for a minimalist Star Wars design, all it takes is a fresh looking leather couch, and a bold Star Wars art piece.
A couple Star Wars light sabers and multicolor LED lighting strips are a fun way to spruce up your gaming room.
It doesn’t have to cost a lot of money to bring out the Star Wars and you, just put up a vinyl Lego Star Wars Breakaway Wall sticker and you’re good to go!
Pretty cool way to bring in a Star Wars game room.
You can always put up some shelves to feature your Star Wars Collection.
A couple light sabers and a 4 foot mural of the Death Star to make your game room pop!
This is how you creatively use the space in your game room and still display your love of Star Wars.
Star Wars wallpaper is a quick and effective way to get your kids bedroom set up on the Star Wars theme they’ve always wanted.
This room is one of my perfect personal favorites, the vibrant colors make it fun and decorative, something that doesn’t get old.
You can always hang metallic lettering to really finish off your Star Wars bedroom.