We’ve seen our share of AT-AT beds around here and they are all very cool. This one is no exception. As Star Wars fans we have dreamed of sleeping in one of these bad boys, but most of them are just for rich kids or kids with really crafty parents.
I love my dear wife, but she can be a real asshole sometimes. If I get out of bed in the dark to go to the bathroom, I stumble through the pitch black room, navigate the gaping maw of the pile of 57 shoes she never puts away that reside on my side of the bed, silently lift the lid, and then pee on the sides of the bowl so the splash doesn’t wake her.
I’m not much for big cities, but my wife wants to go visit New York City badly. I assume one day we will have to go. If you are ready for your NYC vacation right now, you might want to choose this small Airbnb room complete with Netflix theme.
After you Netflix and chill, you won’t want to fall asleep too early in this $400 a night West Village pad.
When Randy Slavey’s son turned 13, the newly minted teenager asked his parents to remodel his kid-themed bedroom in the style of two of his favorite games, Portal and Portal 2. The elder Slaveys didn’t disappoint.
Randy and his wife used many of the same tools and parts that we’ve seen in other Portal-themed bedrooms: paint, LEDs, mirrors, Portal merch and lots of love.
We’ve heard this story before. A guy gets engaged, reveals his geeky (and usually expensive) obsession to his fiancée, then the fiancée dumps him. It just ain’t right. However, sometimes it is the guy’s fault. It isn’t always the girl being too mean.
Do you find it hard to stay warm during winter even with the heater on? Well then I envy you, because it’s always hot and humid where I am. But Mark Aramli knows that feel bro, which is why he and his colleagues Scott Milligan and Shaun K.
Here is yet another story about parents who go the extra mile for their kids. In this case, these parents created an awesome Super Mario Bros. themed bedroom for their daughter. The daughter requested it and the parents went well beyond the call of duty in giving it to her.
A couple of years ago we saw a Portal-themed bedroom that a father made for his son. Accountant/interior design nut/test subject Lauren recently shared her take on a Portal-themed bedroom on Reddit. It’s neat, creepy and very geeky.
Like many of you, I had dreams of being an astronaut and heading into space when I was a kid. While my life’s path sent me in a different direction, it still would have been cool to see what it was like to wear a space suit at least.
If you have been dying to get between two buns and sleep in a non-greasy cheeseburger bed, this is the bedding for you. It comes from Davidelfin of Madrid. It looks like a cheeseburger, but thankfully doesn’t smell like one.
What’s with all of these kids getting special geek bedrooms and beds shaped like vehicles? I had a boring room with a boring bed because I had boring parents. Yeah, I’m a little bitter. Anyway, this is a pretty awesome Zelda inspired bedroom.
Here’s a bed that rearranges its sheets and pillows on its own. Because tidying up your bed is too hard. Not that I think there’s a point to doing so, but still. Pixar tried to warn us, but it seems we’re still devolving into gigantic sloths.
Animator/Father of the year/Aperture Science interior designer James Farr not only hooked up his son Vector Farr with the best name in the world, he also gave the kid a Portal-themed bedroom. It’s filled with Companion Cubes of different sizes, ensuring that Vector will have ample shields from turret fire and still have some left to solve puzzles.
I once went on a trip with my sisters which was so poorly and haphazardly planned, that we ended up reaching our destination country with an unconfirmed hotel booking, headaches, and extremely hot tempers. We ended up wasting half the night looking for a vacant hotel near the area.