iRobot’s Roomba vacuum cleaners are about the closest thing you can get to having a real Star Wars droid at home. In fact, many Roomba owners are happy to pretend their robovac is just a shorter version of R2-D2 while it works away, and this decal set will help make that even more believable.
Sure, the foreclosure crisis has subsided from its peak a few years ago. But it’s left thousands of vacant homes in its wake—which are now decaying. One solution? Slapping on some stickers that give the appearance of habitation.
If that spunky little astromech droid can help whiny Luke Skywalker lead the Rebellion to defeating the Empire, surely R2-D2 can help you when your radiator's on the fritz, or you've got a flat tire. In fact, who needs to pay for AAA when you've got what is arguably the real hero of the Star Wars films at your…
It's all but guaranteed you've got at least one throne in your home that everyone fights to sit on. And thanks to the PeelAndStickDecals Etsy shop, you can make it feel as grand as the throne that serves the ruler of the Seven Kingdoms.
I recently turned one wall of my house into a Space Invaders game with the help of Blik, a company that sells decals you can stick pretty much anywhere for instant awesomeness. Turn a blank ceiling into a star field, or your bed into a gothic fantasy zone. Here are a few of the patterns Blik has right now, from…
There's no reason to be ashamed of having the sleek Apple TV box perched on your entertainment center. But a soft spot for classic 80s gaming, and the desire to stand out from the crowd, has us wanting to wrap our hardware in this lovely NES skin.
Ikea serves a purpose, sure, but I hate buying furniture out of necessity. More thought should go into your surroundings—but if you really can't part with the Scandinavian furniture, at least consider Mykea's fun decals.
As soon as I saw Billy Brown's pixelated array of cameras the other week, I downloaded several and started using them as my OS X icons. I'm very tempted to buy the matching vinyl decals, but the international shipping makes them pretty pricey unfortunately.
Instead of buying this $5 decal and pretending that your super-sophisticated 21st century smartphone is an old Nintendo controller, why not pretend that you just happen to have a magical NES controller that can run apps and make phone calls?
This handy iPhone 4 decal does double duty as an antenna-protecting film and a glow stick. You know, just in case that reception issue persists, you chuck it into a dark closet and need to find it in a pinch.
Finally! Now there are some MacBook decals that turn that Apple logo into bros with fros or freaky mustached men. There are even choices slightly more polite than the pedostache.
It'd be pretty painful to type on a Lego keyboard— just imagine all those nubs digging into your fingertips. The solution? $15 worth of decals. Your keyboard will look like Lego heaven and your fingers will remain happy. [Etsy]
These decals serve as little reminders to switch off, and consider just how much energy you're consuming. I'm sure we could all do with some of these for our wall outlets.
Ever feel like taking your nice minimalistic iPhone and slapping a big ol' sticker on it? Well, lucky for you Skinit has your poor taste in mind. They've extended their lineup of decals to include the iPhone. And don't forget to add in the purchase code REVOLUTION so you can pick one up for $12. [Skinit via Reuters]