In the heart of Florida, you will find a certain hyper-exclusive gated community this is home to a mansion that measures at 35,000 square feet, essentially a private resort for whoever can afford such a place. This lavish estate is owned by a man named Marc Bell, he produced and formerly owned FriendFinder Networks, he is also a mega Trekkie and has created his own Star Trek themed home cinema just to prove it. Here you can watch films on the viewfinder of the “bridge” and there’s also a ready room and a bar that comes complete with a life size Borg too. I can only imagine that if you’re ever offered the opportunity to watch anything or hang out here, resistance is futile (sorry).
Gaming Command Centre
Just look at this room, don’t tell me you and your pals wouldn’t love a huge gaming session in this room? Just imagine you and 7 of your friends, each with their own screen, heading onto Star Wars Battlefront 2 whilst sat in this space age bunker themed room, you’ll feel as if you’re operating your troops from NASA itself! There are eight screen and eight Xbox One’s hooked up. This is like the LAN parties of old with a new age twist both in technology and style. I can’t imagine I’d have any weekends free ever after this was installed.
Star Wars Bedroom
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away bedrooms looked far cooler than they do today. Check out this Star Wars themed bedroom, its bunk beds sit nestled in a huge Tie Fighter, complete with a cockpit and screen too. There are inflatable Star Wars styled chairs and life-sized characters from the new films such as Captain Phasma, Finn and the lovable rolling droid BB8. And the adventure doesn’t end there, you’ll even find a small grassy hut and trees so you can enjoy all the wonders of Endor whilst you settle down for the night too.
Star Trek Apartment
A former DJ from Leicestershire, England named Tony Alleyne decided to turn his hand to interior design. He decided to use his own apartment to showcase just what he could achieve, and oh boy did he do that. He turned his entire apartment into a replica of the star ship Enterprise, this dimly lit, futuristic work of art came complete with the ship’s computers and even their transporters (sadly only in appearance). It cost somewhere around $150,000 to transform, unfortunately the apartment belonged to his wife at the time, eventually they went through a divorce, she then asked him to take down everything he had done and return it to a normal home, he made it so (sorry again). Though it may not exist anymore we still have the pictures to remember the he boldly went where (a few) had gone before.