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Bring a little bit of the great beyond into your bathroom with new cotton towels from ThinkGeek. They have two towel sets available: one features the TARDIS from Doctor Who and the other has the Enterprise from Star Trek. Each towel set includes a bath, hand, and face towel, and you’ll be prepared for anything if you carry them all at the same time.

See more TARDIS towel pics and the Star Trek options after the break.

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Thwomps might have villainous intent, but the spiked cinder blocks still manage to be a little cute. Instructables user mactothefuture made a replica of the Thwomp from Super Mario Bros. using a mold box and casting the block from concrete. I wouldn’t call it a simple process, but all the details are there if you’d like to try to make your own!

Check out more photos of the Thwomp after the break.

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If you’d like to recreate the battle of Hoth in your front yard, then you’ll need to buy this Star Wars AT-AT lawn ornament. It’s cast from resin, looks great and… no, I’m not actually sure if Dak is under there. Let’s just think about Ewoks now, shall we? Happy furry thoughts.

This lawn ornament will be available for purchase in November.

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How would you like your home to smell like Hoth or the Shire? You can order those scents and more from Etsy seller Frostbeard. The shop offers 8oz candles in glass jars, tea lights, and tarts. All of the candles are soy-based, and the descriptions sound delicious. Hoth smells like “Aspen Winter, Fresh Driven Snow, Mint” while the Shire has an aroma of “Oakmoss, clover, aloe, with a hint of sweet cherry pipe tobacco!”

Other scents in the shop are inspired by Star Trek, Harry Potter, Breaking Bad, and more. I want to stock up!

See more of Frostbeard’s offerings after the break.

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Jim Martin’s a cool guy. According to an article in Computer Gaming World, the NASA scientist loves the MechWarrior series. He channeled those feelings into creating a huge Mad Cat (a.k.a. Timber Wolf) mech treehouse for his children. It even has a control panel. It apparently took only a couple of weeks to build and just a few hundred dollars worth of supplies including cement, metal, and wood. I’m surprised it came together that quickly and cheaply. You rock, sir.

See another pic of the treehouse after the break.

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Han may not like the idea of being frozen in carbonite and used as a toilet seat cover in your bathroom, but he’s frozen in carbonite, so it’s not like he can say much.

This toilet seat is made by a company called Derby Covers and, apparently, all of their toilet seats are custom painted and airbrushed. That’s got to look interesting on a resume!

They cover all sorts of different fandoms, so I’m guessing that if Han’s tortured face isn’t your thing, you’ll find something you like.

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You can walk all over the Imperials with this Death Star rug. This officially licensed product mesures 52″ in diameter and will make it look like the Death Star is hanging out on your living room floor. Just think how cool this’ll be as a backdrop next time your break out all those Star Wars ships you’ve got stored away.

See more pictures after the break.

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Anthony Sforza isn’t your typical Star Trek fan. He has a $500,000 collection of memorabilia that includes costumes and props in his basement. He doesn’t just display it on shelves though; it’s incorporated into a replica of the USS Enterprise bridge. It’s the ultimate geek cave.

Get a tour of the basement in the video after the break.

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Ready to add some nerdy decor to your home? Etsy seller Make It Brick It has a LEGO minifig head clock that’s cute and practical. The coolest part is that you have to assemble it to yourself. While I wouldn’t call that fun for most products – especially Ikea furniture – this is LEGO bricks! Putting together LEGO items is satisfying, and the kit is made from 277 different pieces. It comes in a wooden box with detailed assembly instructions.

However, if putting together a LEGO clock doesn’t sound like your idea of a good time, you can spend more and buy it pre-assembled.

See more photos of the kit after the break.

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You love to read, but how to keep all your beloved books organized? This set of bookends splits the TARDIS in two to hold all your books in a neat and tidy row. It measures 6.5″ x 4″ x 4″ and is currently available for preorder with delivery expected later this month.

Product Page ($54.99)