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Millennium Falcon Light-Up Bed Does the Kessel Run Lying Down

by Range
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You got to admit, no matter what you think of Star Wars, this Millennium Falcon bed just looks awesome! It makes me want to get my own!

Kayla Kromer modeling the Millennium Falcon bed

After Kayla Kromer’s hamburger bed, she decided to make something more vintage and retro, like a Star Wars themed-bed.

The bed with all of the lights on and during the day

This bed has a bunch of nifty features, like LEDs that light-up like a Christmas tree and a hideaway sleeve for your keyboard. For many Star Wars geeks like me, the Millennium Falcon is one of the most important ships in the whole Star Wars universe, since the main characters spent so much time aboard it.

The hidden keyboard sleeve

The only thing that I wonder about is what would a Star Destroyer bed look like? Which one would you prefer? Personally, I think that the most important ship in Star Wars was Boba Fett’s Slave 1.

Jar-Jar and Chewie together forever!

You can find out more about the Millennium Falcon bed over at Kayla Kromer’s Facebook page.

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