Blade Runner - Furniture, Home Decor, Interior Design & Gifts

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Set in a dystopian world, Blade Runner’s over-all look is a heavy mix of the past and the future. It shows glimpses of a time long ago through small details like vintage rugs, old television models, and whatnot. At the same time, the surroundings also carry a more utilitarian feel, loaded with metallic elements and functional designs.

Channel your inner Blade Runner enthusiast by creating a space designed to be in-between times. Take Deckard’s apartment as an example. Balance his unique cream walls with strong black leather furniture and a choice of period décor. You can even put elements of K’s life in 2049 all over the room as well.

Rick Deckard’s Cibi Whiskey Glasses

Rick Deckard drinking whiskey in his apartment

Cibi Double Blade Runner Glass (Twin Pack)
Cibi Double Blade Runner Glass (Twin Pack)

Designed by Cini Boeri in 1973, the Cibi Double Old Fashioned Glass was decadent and refined. It was made from the clearest crystals in Italy, and became world-renowned when Rick Deckard first used one on the big screen in 1982. This exquisite glass version still comes from Italian makers, and will give you the same sleek, contemporary vibe as the original.

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Dystopian Street Fashion: Neon Umbrella

People carrying neon umbrellas

BESTKEE Lightsaber Umbrella
BESTKEE Lightsaber Umbrella

The neon umbrella from the first Blade Runner film was met with high-praise both in avant-garde fashion niches as well as fans of the franchise. Its odd and futuristic design has been beloved to many a fan, and is regarded as a cult classic. Display one in your room as a worthy homage to your favorite film.

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Light from the Past

Rick Deckard in his apartment

Gerald Thurston for Lightolier Desk Lamp
Gerald Thurston for Lightolier Desk Lamp

Gerald Thurston was a well-known designer whose main focus was on Mid-Century décor. His pieces were highly influential during the 1950s and 1960s. His postwar contemporary designs were very much sought-after, and one of his lamps was featured in Rick Deckard’s apartment.

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UFO Sighting

Rachael sitting on her desk

Dazor Flying Saucer Lamp
Dazor Flying Saucer Lamp

Another Mid-Century piece featured in the set design of Blade Runner is this vintage Dazor desk lamp. Aptly described as a “Flying Saucer,” the lamp on Rachael’s desk does look like a UFO with its white curved head and metallic gold body and rim.

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Glass Memories

Rows of memory orbs

Blade Runner 2049 Display Memory Bearing Prop Replicas
Blade Runner 2049 Display Memory Bearing Prop Replicas

Memory orbs are vital in the world of Deckard and K. These devices are used to construct a replicant’s personality, after all. Have a version of this other-worldly device sitting on your desk for everyone to see.

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Stead of Wood

A wooden horse on Officer K’s side table

NECA – Blade Runner 2049 – Toy Wooden Horse Prop Replica
NECA – Blade Runner 2049 – Toy Wooden Horse Prop Replica

Very much like the origami unicorn from Deckard’s ending, K’s wooden horse is as controversial and mind-boggling to fans and film theorists alike. Any Blade Runner fan (whether the 1982 original or 2049) would definitely want this replica standing proudly on his desk.

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Blaster Nouveau Gun/Blaster Replica

Officer K wielding his LAPD Blaster

Constant K’s Blaster Pistol with Custom Stand
Constant K’s Blaster Pistol with Custom Stand

Fans of the 1982 original loved Deckard’s simple but strong blaster. It’s no wonder that K’s LAPD blaster in the year 2049 would create the same effect. More sleek and modern, this blaster looks less like today’s real-life guns and more futuristic and deadly.

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Eduardo Gaff’s Unicorn Origami

Gaff’s final origami taunt to Deckard, the unicorn

BLADE RUNNER-Origami Unicorn Prop
BLADE RUNNER-Origami Unicorn Prop

Controversial and significant, the origami unicorn has been treated by some fans as proof that Deckard himself is a replicant. For any diehard fan of the film, a display glass box adds all the more prestige to the prop.

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Deckard’s Unforgettable Walls

Rick Deckard in his apartment
Photo aken from: The Prop Gallery

12”x12” Cream Weave Stone Mosaic Tile
12”x12” Cream Weave Stone Mosaic Tile

It may not be the exact replica, but the rough texture, cream color, and recurring pattern makes it a great alternative to Deckard’s iconic wall tiles. These simple patterned mosaic tiles can also create a unique signature wall in any room.

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Deckard’s Messy But Homey Room

A shot of Rick Deckard’s living area

GTU Furniture Contemporary Bonded Leather & Loveseat Set
GTU Furniture Contemporary Bonded Leather & Loveseat Set

Add that sense of masculinity from Deckard’s musty apartment by putting black leather sofa sets in your room. The black leather furniture builds up robust and powerful aura, something that Deckard’s personality emulates.

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A Glimpse of Afghan

Deckard sitting inside his living area

216x216cm Afghan Rug
216x216cm Afghan Rug

Short glimpses of Deckard’s floors shows his preference for Afghan rugs. His quirky choice juxtaposes the seemingly vintage vibes of his rugs with his more modern-looking apartment.

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Modern Luv

Luv sitting on white Ribbon chair in Tyrell Corporation

F582 Ribbon Chair
F582 Ribbon Chair

Luv sitting on white Ribbon Chair wearing a matching white dress makes the scene quite exquisite. This timeless chair designed by Pierre Paulin for Artifort is called Ribbon Chair or F582.

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Metallic Lamp

Officer K in Blade Runner 2049 standing in room with E63 Ruspa Lamp

Umberto Riva’s E63 Ruspa Table Lamp
Umberto Riva’s E63 Ruspa Table Lamp

Designed by Umberto Riva for Bieffeplast & called E63 Ruspa Lamp. Makes a great addition to a modern home office.

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Blade Runner Collectibles & Gift Ideas

Blade Runner Final Cut Poster Art

Blade Runner Art Movie Cover Poster
Blade Runner Art Movie Cover Poster

A framed poster of the 1982 Final Cut version of the Blade Runner is sure to keep your room looking well in theme. It’s simple yet it can also make a desirable impact as the main décor of your space.

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Blade Runner Clock

Film Art Blade Runner Wall Clock
Film Art Blade Runner Wall Clock

Be a proud fan of the Blade Runner franchise by hanging up this awesome vintage, vinyl record wall clock etched to look like Rick Deckard.

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Tyrell’s Rule

LARGE Blade Runner Tyrell Corporation LOGO plaque
LARGE Blade Runner Tyrell Corporation LOGO plaque

Add a sinister vibe into your room by putting up this amazing logo plaque of Tyrell Corporation, the makers of replicants. After all, some theories think that Deckard himself is a replicant.

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A Folded Rarity

 Blade Runner: Origami Unicorn Cushion
Blade Runner: Origami Unicorn Cushion

Add another unicorn origami element to your Blade Runner-inspired room with these brightly eye-catching pillows.

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License of the Future

 Blade Runner 2049 Officer K’s Spinner Metal Stamped Vanity Prop License Plate
Blade Runner 2049 Officer K’s Spinner Metal Stamped Vanity Prop License Plate

Put this awesome dystopian-era license plate on your walls to add a vibe of the future in the room.

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Movie Light

 Blade Runner VHS Night Light
Blade Runner VHS Night Light

Create a retro vibe in your room by adding this incredible Blade Runner-inspired VHS night light.

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Blade Runner Badge

Blade Runner 2019 Mini Badge as Pin
Blade Runner 2019 Mini Badge as Pin

You can use in your halloween costume or as show piece.

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About Blade Runner

Blade Runner was first shown in 1982, and was directed by Ridley Scott. Scott is also known for his other works like The Martian, Thelma & Louise, and Gladiator.
Its sequel, Blade Runner 2049, came out in 2017, and was directed by Denis Villaneuve. Villaneuve is also known for his other works like Arrival and Sicario.
The 1982 Production Designer was Laurence G. Paull while the 2017 Production Designer was Dennis Gassner.
The 1982 Set Design Team was composed of Linda DeScenna, Leslie McCarthy-Frankenheimer, Thomas L. Roysden, and Peg Cummings.
Blade Runner was a film inspired by Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?.
The film’s lead role was played by actor Harrison Ford in 1982. He is then joined by Ryan Gosling in the 2017 sequel.

All photo stills from the films Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049 are owned by Warner Bros. Pictures and Sony Pictures Releasing.