Trekkie Decorates Entire House in Star Trek Theme: Home, The Final Frontier
Superfan Line Rainville decided to decorate her house in a Star Trek theme and it is truly over the top! Technabob has the full story.
I’ve seen some really cool Star Trek themed gear and even rooms over the years. If you are a fan of the original series, you might appreciate the décor in the home of Line Rainville. She has been a fan of the original Star Trek series since her youth.
When she grew up and got her own house, she went about decorating it in a Star Trek theme. The project started as a Trek themed home theater in the basement and grew from there. The house now has parts of Spock’s room, the bridge, and even a transporter platform. Some items in the home are purchased props, while others were created from scratch.
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