Fallout video game-inspired home decor #Shopping#affiliates#decor#furniture#gamers#geeky#video games October 25 | Guest post by Julie F. This post features offbeat affiliates, meaning that if you buy something featured, you'll be financially supporting this site's mission of bringing awesomeness to readers everywhere. Items from the board: Radio, ammo box, banker's lamp, space-age poster, bobblehead, Persian rug, coffee table, Coca-Cola poster, armchair, couch. There's one thing in the decoration department that I love to do more than decorating on my own place: decorating my video game character housing. Spend hours playing to get that rare (and virtual!) piece of furniture to complement my decor? Check. Gather piles of in-game money to purchase this particular house in the next village? Oh yes! So what happens when two obsessions collides? This happens: An inspiration board from a pretty awesome video game — Fallout 3-Tenpenny Towers. If you're inspired in real life by my video game home decor, here's where you can find these items: Radio: SANGEAN WR-11 AM/FM table top radio Lamp: Ledu traditional bankers lamp. Ammo box: Military surplus .50 caliber ammo can Retro poster: Retroplanet's Space Camping Poster Bobblehead: NCAA Texas Longhorns vintage bobble Rug: Concord Global Persian Classics isfahan red rug Coffee table: Leisure Mod Noguchi Tribeca coffee table Retroplanet's Coca Cola posters. Armchair: Lexington Modern Eero Saarinen-style womb chair and ottoman set Couch: Lexington Modern Florence-style loveseat To all my fellow geeky gamers out there, what was your favourite video game character housing? And why? Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Julie F. Hi. My name is Julie. I'm a geeky gamer, amateur cook, ren faire costume maker, loving wife, former goth, devoted friend, cat lady on the sides, decoration freak, miss cupcakes, ecologist lawyer and larp enthusiast. Yeah, that sums it up. Nice to meet you! PREVIOUS Add a rainbow to your stairwell NEXT This pumpkin cookie dip is vegan, gluten-free, and Megan-simple Toggle comments [ 18 ] I tried to think of my favourite video game room, and the first thing to come to mind was the secret hideouts in Pokemon Sapphire/Ruby. I think I just loved that mine was on a little island(!), in a tree(!), and then I got to fill it full of mats that played musical notes and my favourite pokemon plushies. 0 agree Reply I love that orange chair. In green, that is. Now I am busy justifying a 800 dollar chair… 0 agree Reply Tell me about it. IF I had room for the orange one, I would TOTALLY spend the $800. It's kind of like getting two chairs for that price (what with the ottoman), AND it's a total statement piece. 1 agrees Reply i love when Amazon sellers can't get information correct in their listings. assuming the ammo can in the picture is the one being sold, it's 5.56, not .50 – there's a HUGE difference in size between the two. 2 agree Reply HA! I would have had no idea. It's cool looking though. 0 agree Reply Now I'm trying to figure out how to have a Borderlands themed room. Also where I can get a spare room to decorate… 2 agree Reply Skyrim House!!!!! I've wanted a viking-style house for a long time, and then Hearthfire came out and I got to make my own? Swoon! One day I will have a viking style house, one day. 6 agree Reply Heck yeah!! I'm especially fond of the Markarth homes, just with more windows plz. I haven't seen Hearthfire yet. 1 agrees Reply Yeah, the Markarth homes are my favorite, too. They'd be mighty cold in real life, though. Plus I really don't want to sleep on a stone bed! 2 agree Reply Actually, this is the next board I'm working on… Wait to see the goodies I've found for you! (I was kind of interrupted in my work by some silly dlc they called "heartfire", pfff. Two houses and a couple of children later, it's out of my system enough so I can return to work, haha!) 1 agrees Reply The only video game I can play is Peggle. So if I were to dream up a room based on that, it would be all flowers and jack-o-lanterns and cartoon critters. Wait, that's my kitchen… 1 agrees Reply This post is missing the handfulls of rusty bottle caps and packages of twinkies. Also, some day I would like a house inspired by Legend of Zelda. 2 agree Reply Hum…This is a great idea…. 0 agree Reply If we're talkin' dream home decor, I'm thinking Bioshock. Similar vintage feel, but with movie theatre and submarine elements. Also Fuck Your Noguchi Coffee Table. XD 2 agree Reply This link brings me great happiness. http://fuckyournoguchicoffeetable.tumblr.com/post/27980810008/fuck-your-wall-of-birds-nests-on-cake-stands 2 agree Reply Both editions are presently on sale for 8$ on Amazon. I think I'll buy it just to get inspired! 1 agrees Reply I freakin' love Fallout. I always wanted to set up a Fallout section in my home whenever I can afford the proper supplies. This is so awesome. 2 agree Reply I want a Sims house, obviously, so I can change the color of my couch on a whim and get paid good money to delete furniture I'm sick of. ..Unless this conversation isn't about magic. Then I have no good inspiration. 1 agrees Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. 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