Star Trek - Furniture, Home Decor, Interior Design & Gifts

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The crew inside the USS Enterprise are amazing men and women who are brave enough to go where no man has been before. And for that to be a worthwhile experience, the inside of the USS Enterprise is not only well designed. It is also comfortably decorated.

The look and feel of Star Trek: The Original Series perfectly depicts the age when it was first shown. Released in the 1960s, the favored décor style of the USS Enterprise is Mid-Century Modern. Therefore, it’s very retro but at the same time futuristic.

Meeting in Session: Tulip Chairs & Wood Top Tables

Star Trek meeting room

A meeting between colleagues, the room only big enough for the wood top table and a few tulip chairs.

Modway Lippa Modern Dining Side Chair, Gray
Modway Lippa Modern Dining Side Chair, Gray

One of the most iconic furniture pieces made in this period is the Tulip chair. Many films throughout the years have featured this chair because of its versatility and unique look. Even for Star Trek, the different designs of the Tulip chair are modified and utilized to fit the intergalactic theme. The original design of the chair can be seen in this meeting room inside the starship.

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Union Rustic Sonnier Dining Table
Union Rustic Sonnier Dining Table

Right up the alley of mid-century modern, you can see the meeting room table in the middle has a dark wooden top with black metal frames on the bottom. It’s a good mix of organic and contemporary without being too conspicuous.

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Round Tables for Everyone

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The crew chatting with round tables all around.

Langley Street Julien Activity Table
Langley Street Julien Activity Table

Another very mod-inspired piece in the Star Trek universe is the plastic white round tables found in the mess hall. They’re simple and uncomplicated, good enough to do any type of activity you want whether that be eating or planning out inter-planetary excursions.

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Inside the Control Room: Modified Tulip Chairs

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The crew sitting on modified tulip chairs inside the control room.

Modway Lippa Modern Dining Armchair, Blue
Modway Lippa Modern Dining Armchair, Blue

As mentioned before, one of Star Trek’s favorite chairs is the Tulip chair. In fact, they made a modified version of the armchair just for the show. It features a longer, black leather back and can be found in the mess hall and inside the control room.

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Captain’s Bluetooth Communicator

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Captain Kirk using his communicator. You can also have your Bluetooth communicator now!

The Wand Company Star Trek Bluetooth Communicator
The Wand Company Star Trek Bluetooth Communicator

If you’re a real fan of Star Trek, you’ll definitely fall head over heels over this Bluetooth-activated communicator. You can pair it with your phone and answer calls from this device when you’re home. Isn’t that cool?

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Star Trek Schematics Wall Art

Star Trek Schematic LCARS USS Enterprise Large Print
Star Trek Schematic LCARS USS Enterprise Large Print

Another great piece of art any Trekkie will adore is this giant print of schematics beamed in the LCARS. If you have it installed with backlight, this wall art will look hyper realistic for sure.

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Star Trek-Inspired Night Light

Star Trek Inspired Night Light – Star Ship Schematic
Star Trek Inspired Night Light – Star Ship Schematic

Not enough that you get a well-lighted wall art? You can even have a Star Ship schematic 3D night light to pair it with. It might not be one, but this night light looks holographic and techie.

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Star Trek-Inspired Wall Clock

Star Trek Clock/Starfleet Clock
Star Trek Clock/Starfleet Clock

A homage to the retro design that Star Trek loved, you can also put up this Starfleet wooden clock on your wall.

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Star Trek Desk Chair Cape

Entertainment Earth Star Trek The Original Series Gold Uniform Chair Capes
Entertainment Earth Star Trek The Original Series Gold Uniform Chair Capes

Short of having a chair customized, the captain’s chair from Star Trek is very hard to come by. So the easy way to make your chair Trekkie is to put a chair cape on it.

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Star Trek Captain’s Chair Replica

QMX Star Trek TOS 1:6 Scale Captain’s Chair FX Replica
QMX Star Trek TOS 1:6 Scale Captain’s Chair FX Replica

Don’t worry! You may not be able to sit on this but you can still have a nice replica of the Captain’s Chair on your desk or on your side table if you want to.

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Star Trek-Inspired Hand Towels

Star Trek Hand Towels – Embroidered Uniform Bathroom Decor
Star Trek Hand Towels – Embroidered Uniform Bathroom Decor

Your bathroom should also have a few Star Trek pieces inside! So you better put out these embroidered uniform towels for your guests to use when they come over.

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Star Trek-Inspired Pillow Cover

Star Trek Pillow – Toile Blue Pattern
Star Trek Pillow – Toile Blue Pattern

If you want a Star Trek-inspired décor that isn’t quickly noticeable, you can always choose this toile blue-patterned pillow over. Only when your guests look at it closely will they see the USS Enterprise, Kirk, and Spock printed on it as well.

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Star Trek-Inspired Glass

Star Trek Pint or Rocks Glass Gift
Star Trek Pint or Rocks Glass Gift

Another great and discreet homeware piece is a glass with the Starfleet insignia printed on it. Simple yet elegant.

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Star Trek-Inspired Cutting Board

Star Trek Art Cutting Board, Laser Engraved
Star Trek Art Cutting Board, Laser Engraved

You can liven up your kitchen with this awesome Star Trek cutting board, and check out the different ships in the Starfleet while you prepare your food.

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About Star Trek

Star Trek is a Sci-Fi franchise that spans novels, comics, magazines, films, and television series. It all started with the Star Trek: The Original Series tv show that was created by Gene Roddenberry and released in 1966. The first series ended in 1969.

Its main character roles were played by William Shatner (Capt. Kirk), Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock), DeForest Kelley (Dr. McCoy), and Nichelle Nichols (Uhura).

The following are credited for the most number of episodes worked for the show in their chosen fields:

Directed by Marc Daniels
Production Design by Walter M. Jeffries
Art Direction by Walter M. Jeffries
Set Direction by John M. Dwyer
Costume Design by William Ware Theiss

The pictures used in this article in connection with the franchise, Star Trek, is owned by NBC and all other owners of the franchise.