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Millennium Falcon Fire Pit Blends STAR WARS and Cosiness

The Millennium Falcon has been used as the inspiration for everything from cutting boards to miniature home theaters in the past. Now, we can add something else to the list of starship-inspired household objects! This stellar, steel Millennium Falcon fire pit from themed-wood burner producer comes from Burned by Design. And not only is the Falcon fire pit obviously well-crafted, it also radiates coziness like a cushioned smuggling compartment.

This Millennium Falcon fire pit perfectly blends Star Wars and coziness.

Burned by Design

The Millennium Falcon fire pit, which comes via Laughing Squid, was recently posted to Instagram by Alex Dodson, who heads Burned. And while the steel wood burner based on the exceptionally reliable piece of junk is certainly a backyard beauty, it’s by no means Dodson’s only Star Wars-inspired fire pit. In fact, he has numerous outdoor wood burners with Star Wars styling, including this Darth Vader helmet and this R2D2 unit.

According to the Burned By Design website, the Millennium Falcon fire pit is made with mild steel (iron containing a small percentage of carbon), is made to order, and measures about 30 inches from tail to tip and about 15 inches from base to upper quad-laser cannon. And while Burned is in the U.K., the company says it can ship the starship fire pit to any country in the world. In terms of wallet-impact, prospective buyers are looking at a price tag of about $826.00 sans delivery costs.

This Millennium Falcon fire pit perfectly blends Star Wars and coziness.

Burned by Design

Along with all of the Star Wars fire pits, Burned also has countless other fire pits inspired by pop culture properties up for sale. This Bender fire pit, for example, looks like something the alcoholic robot would probably want to steal for himself.

This Millennium Falcon fire pit perfectly blends Star Wars and coziness.

Burned by Design

What do you think about this Millennium Falcon fire pit? Do you think it’d work perfectly in your yard, or are you a little tight on outdoor hyperspace at the moment? Set the comments section ablaze with your thoughts!

Feature image: Burned By Design