An entire Star Wars man cave is something only a true fan would be willing to commit to. Not surprisingly, true fans of Star Wars are not in short supply. George Lucas’ film franchise has become one of the most iconic brands in the world. The franchise has grossed over $10 billion since the original Star Wars movie was released in 1977. With Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm in 2012, that number is sure to keep growing for decades to come.
As popular as Lucas’ creation has become, it’s no wonder that Star Wars themed man caves have also taken flight. We’ve put together a list of 20 Star Wars man cave ideas (with pictures) that you can use to upgrade your own.
When it comes to creating the perfect Star Wars man cave, you either do or do not, there is no try.
1. Star Wars Home Office
Whether it’s for work or play, you can turn your man cave into your very own Star Wars command center. Almost everything in this home office in Sacramento is completely custom made.
For more man cave office ideas see our Awesome Man Cave Office Ideas article.
2. Lightsaber Wall Décor
If you’re reading this, you probably already have at least one lightsaber. Why not hang them up and add some character to your walls with lightsaber wall mounts. Yes, there are wall mounts designed specifically to hold lightsabers.
Used by some others, but made famous by the Jedi, Lightsabers have long been a fan favorite and an iconic symbol of the movie franchise. If you don’t have at least one lightsaber in your man cave, can you really call it a Star Wars man cave?
3. Millenium Falcon Man Cave
A long time ago in a galaxy far far away… a guy really went all out on his home theatre. Why watch The Force Awakens in your living room again, when you could be watching it in the Millenium Falcon? The owner of this custom home theatre in San Diego is the envy of Star Wars fans everywhere.
4. Minimalist Framed Art Prints
These artsy wall prints featuring the Imperial Patrol Transport and Millennium Falcon are a modern take to Star Wars décor. Unfortunately, these exact prints aren’t available anymore, but there is plenty of Star Wars wall art that should do the trick. Fit your new wall art into a front loading frame like below to keep with the modern minimalist look.
5. Star Wars Wall Mural
Why settle for some wall art when you can have a whole wall covered in your favorite Star Wars characters? From Han Solo and Princess Leia to Yoda and Chewbacca, R2D2 and C-3PO, and of course Darth Vader, you can have them all up on your wall.
6. Custom Star Wars Mural
And why settle for a wall mural that anyone can buy? Get yourself a custom Star Wars wall mural from Tom Taylor of Mural Art LLC. The mural below was created by Tom for a bedroom in Orlando.
7. DIY Exploding Death Star Chandelier
The DS-1 Orbital Battle Station (aka Death Star) was a deep space mobile battle station the size of a moon. It was equipped with a superlaser capable of destroying an entire planet. The original Death Star was destroyed by Luke Skywalker at the end of the first movie, but the Evil Empire would rebuild helping to make the Death Star an important part of the Star Wars story.
Even if you think you have everything in your Star Wars man cave, I bet you don’t light it with an exploding Death Star. Believe it or not, you can make your own out of an IKEA lamp. You can find step by step instructions for making your own Death Star Chandelier on Instructables.
8. Star Wars Wallpaper
Wallpaper may have gone out of style in the 90’s, but Star Wars wallpaper never goes out of style. And just in case it does, this wallpaper is 100% removeable.
9. Millennium Falcon Coffee Table
This giant Millennium Falcon model inside of a display case doubles as a coffee table. This is a Star Wars man cave that would make Han Solo and Chewbacca proud.
10. Slave Leia Bikini Poster
What guy wouldn’t want to look at Princess Leia in a bikini up on their wall? Worn by Carrie Fisher in her role as a princess enslaved by Jabba the Hutt in the 1983 Star Wars film Return of the Jedi, the iconic bikini costume has left men speechless for decades. This sexy poster is almost 2 feet tall and 3 feet long.
11. Harrison Ford Han Solo 1977 Star Wars Trading Card PSA 10
Topps trading cards and 20th Century Fox teamed up to release a set of Star Wars trading cards to coincide with the movie’s release. Interestingly, the trading card company Donruss originally held the rights to produce the cards, but passed. The 66 card set is one of the most popular among card collectors. If you’re lucky enough to find this Han Solo card graded a gem mint 10 by PSA, it would make an amazing addition to display in your man cave.
12. 1977 Star Wars Movie Poster
Get the theatrical release film poster from the movie that started a movement. This officially licensed poster features all of the classic characters and the original stars of the film Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher.
13. Boba Fett Premium Electronic Helmet
In a universe filled with amazing characters, Boba Fett and his customized Mandalorian armor is one of the coolest. Making an appearance in 6 Star Wars films, the bounty hunter has become legendary among Star Wars fans. This full size commemorative collectible helmet is large enough to be worn and has some impressive features including a dropdown range finder.
14. Sci-Fi Nerd Heaven
This man cave in a basement in Houston, Texas houses an unbelievable collection of memorabilia that would make any self-proclaimed sci-fi nerd jealous. This particular room is jam packed with scale models of Star Wars vehicles including a TIE Fighter, a few different Starfighters, and several Millennium Falcons.
15. Darth Vader Vinyl Wall Decal
Bring your man cave over to the Dark Side with this officially licensed removable wall graphic from Fathead. The decal is made out of thick vinyl and measures 72″W x 51″H. The huge helmet mural is enough to instantly transform any room.
16. Full Size Han Solo Carbonite Block
This Star Wars fan is not messing around, pulling a Jabba The Hutt and making a life size Han Solo frozen in carbonite his ultimate showpiece. While this custom made piece probably costs several thousand dollars, you can achieve the same look with a 3D wall decal.
17. 3D Printed Star Wars Buddhas
If you’re going for a Star Wars theme, any one of these funny Star Wars Buddha statues from Etsy would look great on the shelf. Available characters include Yoda, Baby Yoda, Jabba, Storm Trooper, Darth Vader, C3PO, Boba Fett, and The Emperor.
18. Star Wars Stained Glass Window
If you really want to kick it up a notch and have a piece of custom artwork that no other Star Wars man cave is likely to have, try replacing one of your windows with a custom Star Wars stained glass window. Custom made by David Fode of Haeuser Heil Studios in Waukesha, WI, this awesome stained glass window is truly one of a kind.
The window features C3PO and R2D2 with Stormtrooper helmets along the border. If you want something a little different, you can contact David to get a price to have him create the ultimate customized piece for your house.
19. Death Star Bar Table
If you have a Star Wars themed bar in your man cave, this bar table featuring the classic Death Star II under construction is a must have. You can choose from standard table height or pub height, so you can make sure that it will fit into your space (see our guide on bar stool heights for help selecting the right size).
20. Imperial TIE Fighter Chair
Possibly one of the best Star Wars man cave ideas is this TIE fighter chair from designer Kenneth Cobonpue. Having a chair like this in your room is the ultimate flex. This unique piece of furniture is something that very few other Star Wars fans are likely to have.
The best part? Cobonpue created an entire collection of Star Wars themed furniture. You could deck out your entire man cave with his Star Wars line.
Upgrade Your Star Wars Man Cave Décor
You probably already have a few figurines sitting on a shelf, but we hope that this list was able to give you a few more ideas to upgrade your Star Wars themed man cave décor. Whether you want to take on a project like building your own Death Star or Millennium Falcon, or you just want to hang up a few more posters, there’s an endless supply of inspiration in the Star Wars universe. May the force be with you!