People who have built their houses, Inspiring from movies

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How would you like to live aboard the Starship Enterprise?  Inside the Batcave? The interior of a TARDIS? It can be fun for a while . Then you can change your mind when you think of practical applications effectively these iconic decorative elements in your home, where you should look at them and clean them every day. However, some people do not mind these problems and have chosen to build rooms and sometimes entire houses, based on designs found in popular movies and TV shows.

On a similar note, the hotels offer themed rooms for people who want to experience, but you might not want to live. We have completed some of the craziest we’ve found.

 

Flintstones House

This Malibu home was once the summer residence of Dick Clark and his wife. The single story home has a cave-like interior, 22 acres of land, and great views of the ocean. Bottomless car not included.

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Hobbit House

Simon Dale built this real-life hobbit hole for his family and yes, they really live in it. Besides its obvious charm, Dale built this home as a low-impact, environmentally sustainable home. Dug into a hillside and insulated with straw bales, it requires no heating or cooling, is powered with solar panels, and collects rainwater. Dale built it almost completely from recycled and found items. Adorable and sustainable? The Baggins would approve.

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The Tron Suite

This isn’t a house, but rather a suite in Sweden’s Ice Hotel, where the rooms and furniture are completely carved out of ice. The suites’ themes change from year to year. This one, inspired by Tron: Legacy, incorporated the iconic blue circuitry lighting into the ice walls. So it’s Tron as well as ice, making it doubly crazy.

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Dr. Who Room

This TARDIS control room created by JP Fox has all the blinking lights and sound effects your little heart desires. He explains some of why he created this in a video interview, but it’s pretty obvious it was just for the fun of it. The design is original, and while it draws heavy reference from the show’s many incarnations of the control room.

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Batman House

The Eden Motel in Taiwan offers themed rooms, including this Batman-themed one. Sounds like a childhood dream, you say? Hold that thought. The Eden Motel is one of those hotels where the room rates are by the hour, if you catch my drift. Creeped out yet? Me too. But when you take the less-than-savory implications out, it’s a Batman room! That still counts for something.

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