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Most of us will never get to experience the wonder of space, but these sheets will make you feel like you’re an astronaut. There are seven different designs each of which is digitally printed on silk. Sets are available in sizes for every bed and include sheets, pillow covers, and a duvet cover.

See more pictures after the break.

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La-Z-Boy chairs are nice enough, but what if you could sit inside a life-sized jet fighter cockpit while you watched television? I’d do it, and now it could be a reality because of Dogfight Boss. The company is Kickstarting a cardboard personal cockpit that’s easy to assemble and dissemble but also looks amazing with incredible details. You won’t even need glue to assemble the cockpit, just a sharp knife.

The cardboard jet fighter cockpit is meant for anyone who loves flight simulators or just wants a rad cockpit in the living room. They’re asking for $24,900 in order to finalize the design and to make cockpits for other types of vehicles. Reward levels include simpler and smaller cockpits for children, PDF versions of the cockpit, and physical versions of the cockpit.

See the Kickstarter video for the project after the break.

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If you’re in love with a game as a kid, it’s got to be pretty exciting to hear that your parents are going to use that game as the theme for your bedroom renovation. Kai-Lynn and Daniel play Minecraft with their son and daughter, and since the kids have been getting good grades, they decided to reward them with Minecraft themed bedrooms. The son’s room is all done, and it’s themed right down to the lighting. We call this a parenting win.

See more photos of the blocky theme after the break.

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Doctor Who becomes Doctor Loo with this cozy TARDIS toilet installed by Warmley Waiting Room. The Bristol cafe is alongside the Bristol to Bath cycle path, and when the owners of the cafe purchased a replica TARDIS, they figured why not make it functional? The inside of the TARDIS features Victorian decor, and the light on the top is rigged to a motion sensor and indicates whether the toilet is in use. They have a doorbell installed in the cafe that makes the whooshing TARDIS noise, and they like to set it off when people are getting their photo taken with the TARDIS.

I imagine the TARDIS will bring some new faces to the cafe. I’ve certainly added it to my list for whenever I make it across the pond.

Image via Warmley Waiting Room’s Twitter

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A man’s home is his castle, and Andrey Rudenko has figured out how to 3D print one from concrete. He’s spent the last two years printing a castle in his yard with his custom built printer. It’s kind of mind blowing to think that this complex structure is composed of layer after layer of concrete that’s only 10mm tall by 30mm wide. And he’s not stopping; Rudenko is moving on to figuring out how to print a full scale livable house.

See more pics and a video of the printer in action after the break.

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If you’ve been holding off on buying a garden gnome because you’ve been waiting to find one that matches your geeky interests, you can finally pull the trigger. ThinkGeek has the gnome you’ve been looking for. Beardo the Geeky Garden Gnome is throwing up the Vulcan salute while he grins at you in his glasses, cape, and tunic featuring an atom. A D20 sits at his feet. Beardo is 9.5 inches tall and weighs one pound.

He manages to be cute instead of scary like most garden gnomes I’ve seen.

See Beardo in his natural habitat after the break.

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You can add a little Imperial flair to your home with these Star Wars porch light covers. You can choose from either Stormtroopers or Darth Vader or get one of each to make it interesting.

See the Stormtrooper after the break.

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You don’t have to travel to New Zealand to add a little Middle-earth to your life. You can do what Lord of the Rings fan Mehmet did and install a geeky stain glass door in your house. The glass features the White Tree of Gondor in all its glory, and I wouldn’t mind having one just like it in my house.

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