Star Wars Home Office Designs for adults by Jennifer Terry of Calm and CollectedI actually had a client (a grown man and his wife) ask me to design a Star Wars home office! As a Star Wars fan, I was actually quite excited about the prospect! Excited and a little daunted. How does one design a Star Wars home office for adults and not have it come out looking like an 8 year old boy’s bedroom?!?! Well, I started with some inspiration photos.

I like to give my clients two concept boards showing two different ways we can take the room. I thought we could do a “dark side” and a “light side”. For the “dark side” I used an image of the Chancellor’s office from Star Wars II (or the 5th movie if, like me, you go by when they were released). I’m using “dark side” strictly in the sense that the walls and furniture in this photo are darker than the ones in my second photo. “Dark” is not a commentary on the Chancellor as I *gasp* did not care too much for the second run of three Star Wars movies and don’t have much memory of the scene below. My apologies to you, die-hard Star Wars fans. Let’s just look at the walls and furniture below.
Inspirational image- the Chancellor's office used to design a home office

My second inspiration photo is a “light side” photo of the interior of *swoon* the Millennium Falcon, from the REAL Star Wars movies. Kidding! Just kidding! Sort of. Anyway, you can tell this is an artist concept because it looks a lot cleaner than I remember the Falcon being in any of the movies!Inspirational image- the Millenium Falcon used to design a home office

So- how do we take these inspiration images and turn them into Star Wars Themed home Office concepts for adults?  Let’s see…

"Dark side" Design concept for a Star Wars themed Home office for adults! designed by Jennifer Terry of Calm & Collected

The client wanted desk space for himself and his wife, a table where they could hold family meetings and their kids can do their homework and a seating area to relax and read. For the “dark side” concept, I took the burgundy wall color from the inspiration photo and dark, modern, angular furniture. I also sparingly used some actual Star Wars products like the Han Solo Trapped in Carbonite Rug, an R2D2 trashcan and “blueprints” of an x-wing bomber, a tie fighter and an AT AT.

"Light side" Design concept for a Star Wars themed Home office for adults! designed by Jennifer Terry of Calm & Collected

For the “light side” concept, I used a lot of whites and grays. I don’t know if you can actually buy a mural of the Millennium Falcon going into light speed, but someone should make one! It’s too cool of an idea to not be out there somewhere! I kept the Han Solo rug because …well…I think it’s clever. I also kept the light saber room lights. The industrial concrete stools really drive this concept home.

I’ll put the inspiration photos directly above the concepts so you don’t have to keep scrolling to compare them:

Inspirational image- the Chancellor's office used to design a home officeInspirational image- the Millenium Falcon used to design a home office"Light side" Design concept for a Star Wars themed Home office for adults! designed by Jennifer Terry of Calm & Collected

I want to show you one other way to include Star Wars in an adult home office. This design is one I did for a client’s dining room, but it could just as easily be a home office. Here I just swapped out the dining table for a desk and rolling chair:

Retro Star Wars posters in a Design concept for a Star Wars themed Home office for adults! designed by Jennifer Terry of Calm & Collected

On the wall are two sets of retro Star Wars movie posters found on Etsy. Do you want some of these items for your own home office? I can link to some of the products below. I do not make any money from these links. I just want you to be able find what you need!

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