These excellent designs from Direct Blinds, inspired by the gaming greats of the 1980s, show that even window furnishings can get a piece of the geek chic action. Nerds love obscure references, and what could be better than seeing an Atari Lynx forming part of Pac-Man's face every time you pull the blinds down for a jaunt into Skyrim? Not much, that's what. Styles include space invaders, 1UP mushrooms and Pac-Man and his ghostly pals.
Sultan gaming table
Tired of battling the forces of evil on that rickety, coffee-stained card table? The Sultan Gaming Table from Geek Chic's got your back. Hand-crafted from sugar maple and black walnut hardwoods, featuring a labyrinth of secret drawers, flip-down desks and dice-rolling trays, this is the Rolls Royce of D&D hardware. It even has built-in drink and snack holders serving up to ten players at a time. And all for just… oh. $12,000. Guess it's back to the Monopoly set for us.
Space invader chairs
Fancy yourself as King of the Geeks? Well, Your Majesty, you're going to need a throne. Based on one of the oldest and most famous videogames of all time, these chairs from Dorothy may look angular, but they're crafted from comfy foam for easy reclining. Sadly, they're only in the prototype stages at the moment - but you can be sure there'll be a run on them when they go into production.
If you're nostalgic for the days when immaculately-dressed corsairs conducted gentlemanly duels from the rigging of airships, you need some steampunk in your home. Relive the future that never was with clockwork laptops, brass smartphone covers, mahogany lanterns and wall clocks made of gears - or buy a ready-made steampunk apartment from this guy in New York.