5 Coffee Tables That Will Bring Out Your Inner Trekkie

For the true Star Trek lover - the Enterprise. 

"While working on Star Trek: The Motion Picture, concept artist Andrew Probert made a personal painting of what he thought the U.S.S. Enterprise would look like in the far future. He was working on the bridge for Star Trek: The Next Generation and put it up for inspiration. Producer David Gerrold borrowed it for a meeting and it was immediately approved for the new Enterprise." http://www.thegeektwins.com/2014/04/25-things-about-star-treks-enterprise-d.html#.VfdVShFVhBd


Klingon coffee table - 

"The Klingons were created by screenwriter Gene L. Coon, and first appeared in the episode "Errand of Mercy" (1967). They were named after Lieutenant Wilbur Clingan, who served with Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry in the Los Angeles Police Department." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klingon


Klingon Bird of Prey - 

"The Bird of Prey is one of the most common Klingon ships seen in the Star Trek franchise. Introduced in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, the Bird of Prey has featured in five of the films and frequently appears in The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klingon_starships


The symbol of Star Fleet - 

"Starfleet is a fictional organization in the television and film franchise Star Trek. Within this fictional universe it is a deep-space exploratory, peacekeeping, and military service maintained by the United Federation of Planets ("the Federation"). It is the principal means by which the Federation conducts its exploration, defense, diplomacy, and research. While the majority of its members are human and it is headquartered on Earth, Starfleet is composed of hundreds of species." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starfleet


The heart of the Enterprise - 

"The ship in the original series was grey, but looked blue because of filming. The new Enterprise had a blue-grey colored pattern, but looked grey on TV."



1 comment

  1. Dianne Anderson 25 July, 2016 at 20:00 Reply

    I LOVE your coffee! I especially love that you don’t use those darn plastic cups! It’s (almost) the only coffee I buy now. The only coffee I still have to buy elsewhere is Half-Caff. Do you have any plans to do a Half-Caff? (I hope, I hope!!!)

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