After dazzling Star Wars fans with a commission for a Millennium Falcon-themed coffee table, the artists at Tom Spina Designs teamed with Lucasfilm to create furniture under a new line called Regal Robot.
After debuting at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando a few weeks ago, Regal Robot is now offering many of their new designs to the public through their website.
You can get your own Millennium Falcon coffee table, or you can get some of their new products like the Han Solo Carbonite desk or coffee table, and the Dewback love seat. If you don't have enough room in your home for the new furniture, maybe consider hanging a classic Mandalorian skull on your wall.
There are a few other awesome offerings, such as the Collectors storage table with customizable compartments—perfect for housing some of the most prized possessions that any Star Wars fan is sure to have.
They also sell Director's Chairs with different colors and logos from the original trilogy, so you can pretend to be George Lucas and tell Mark Hamill he's not saying "But I was going into Tosche Station to pick up some power converters!" in a believable manner.
Overall the items are kind of pricey, but that's to be expected when you see the quality of the furniture. Check out the gallery for images of Regal Robot's initial offerings and see if there's anything you just can't live without.0comments
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