We love geeky home designs and based on our site traffic, so do our fans -which is why our most popular article of all time covered an array of great Star Wars furniture. With that in mind, there's plenty more great ways to bring a little touch of the Force into your home -and here are a few of our favorites.
R2-D2 Coffee Maker
You might never be able to own a drink-serving R2-D2 like Jabba did when he was in possession of the little guy, but you can have him help you make a fine cup of java with this handy Instructable by Iminthebathroom.
Boba Fett Stand Mixer
KitchenAid mixers are a handy tool for anyone who likes to do a lot of cooking at home, but you don't have to just accept the generic one-color paint job they come with. DeviantArtist Tommy Filth proves that a little bit of paint applied in just the right pattern can make a basic mixer into something you'll be proud to display on your counter.
Star Wars Vinyl Clock
There are plenty of people who make upcycled clocks from carved vinyl, but few are as intricate and just downright impressive as this great design by Creative Time Studio.
Han Solo In Carbonite Coffee Table
He's no good to me dead -but as a coffee table, he's perfect. This impressive coffee table was made in limited quantities by R-9 and comes in three versions - basic, with side panel and (the one pictured here) with a lighted side panel.
Boba Fett Stained Glass Light
Deviant Artist McLane's Memories has a gift when it comes to working with stained glass. Luckily for the geeks out there, he applies his talents to creating uniquely nerdy windows and Tiffany-styled lamps like this Boba Fett design.
Everyone's favorite little bleep-filled droid is here again and though he may not have fallen victim of the Dagobah swamps, he is filled with water and ready to help you take care of your beloved fish friends.
Darth Vader Toaster
Expose your toast to the Dark Side with this awesome toaster available from ThinkGeek. It not only looks awesome, but it even brands your toast with the franchise's famous logo.
Han Solo in Carbonite Cabinet Pulls
If you're feeling crafty and don't have a lot of cash to spend on Star Wars home goodies, you can always try making your own Han Solo cabinet pulls with this handy tutorial from the fine folks at Our Nerd Home.
Millennium Falcon Mirror
Hopefully staring in this mirror won't make someone exclaim "She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid," but even if it does, you can rest assured this hunk of junk by Etsy seller funkymirrors is the coolest mirror in the galaxy.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away might be hard to imagine, but this R2-D2 planetarium helps bring that world to life by projecting an image of the night sky right onto your ceiling.
Darth Vader Fridge
Created by artist Tom Sachs, this charmingly imposing beer fridge is even equipped with a vodka fountain so you can really kick back and let the booze flow through you as you imagine Darth proclaiming "Luke, I am your bartender."
Star Wars Touch Lamp
Just a little touch is all you need to turn this light on or off, but no matter how many times you hit the power, you'll never turn off the coolness it emits.
Han and Leia Hand Towels
His and her towels are a bit played out and cheesy, but when you add a delightful Star Wars twist to them, you end up with something any nerd couple would be happy to display.