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                Jango Fett's
           Kamino Apartment

This Star Wars location is most suitable for decorating living rooms, dens, and bedrooms.  Newly added material as of last update highlighted in red.
       
                
INTRODUCTION:
     Although you may not want a clone of yourself, you probably would love to clone Jango Fett's living quarters in your own home.  Located on the water drenched planet Kamino, Fett's quarters offer him a sanctuary away from a busy day of bounty hunting and a chance to bond with his cloned son, Boba.  A mixture of Kaminoan technology and modern comfort, why not have your own sanctuary in the form of Jango Fett's Kamino apartment.
                  
STEP 1: THE BASECOAT
     For the base coat, I would go with something like color 1 or 3. That will be your first coat of paint that will cover all the walls. These coats go on with a roller. I suggest painting the ceiling first.
     After that is on and dry, you may choose to put on a second coat. This is your choice based on your own visual judgment.
The walls have a slight plastic type sheen to them, perhaps you might want to use a glossy paint.  You should especially use a glossy sheen for the door.
                      
STEP 2: THE WALLS
     Notice that in the apartment, there are many panels.  You can either use a painting technique to add these so that one part is shaded to appear like there is dimension ot it.
     Another way is by attaching small wooden rods/bars to the wall with a staple or nail gun.
     Another way is to use black or grey tape to make sure you get a straight line.  That will also add some dimension.
                      
STEP 3:  THE DOOR
     The door should be painted stark white like the walls and have a futuristic paneled effect like the walls.
                     
STEP 4: THE WINDOW
     The window is a large bay-type window.  If you do not have this kind of winodw you could put one in.
     If that is too much trouble, you can change your current window to meet these needs.  Paint the sill stark white like the walls.  Next fit a bar painted black vertical in the center.  Next Space silver painted bars horizontally and spaced evenly from top to bottom.  See Figure 4. 
    Figure 5 is what the window looks like in the film.  The two vertical bars are actually a steely gray color and are behind the 6 steely silver colored horizontal bars.  (The blue is simply background sky.)
      
STEP 5: A NON-WALKING CARPET
     Your walls are done and hopefully they look great.  What you need to do is get working on the floor.  What you can do is go the carpet way or go the hard wood floor surface way which would entail tile, stone, vinyl sheeting, or whatever else is out there.  But rugs are simple and they feel good on the feet.    
     The floor in Figure 3 appears to be stark white tile with black tile insets.  Travel to a floor covering store and they should have a very shiny white tile like this.
     You could use a a stark white carpet if you feel tile is too hard.
                        
STEP 6: LIGHTING
     As you can see in Figure 3, there are a line of rectangular fluorescent lights lighting the way.  This is most likely what is in Jango's apartment.  And these are readily available just about anywhere.  I would suggest two or four of these in a geometric pattern to maintain the clean lines of Kamino design in the center of the room.
                  
STEP 7: THE FURNITURE
     Coming soon.
                   
STEP 8: ACCESSORIES
     You will definitely needa Jango Fett suit of armor for this room.  These were sold as Halloween costumes and can still be found in Goodwill stores around October.  There are costume shops that sell it also both Halloween quality and professional quality.  You can also look on e-bay or make one yourself.
     Notice on the shelf in the closet that there are a stack of ivory colored linens, perhaps towles or sheets.

     That about does it but I will add more as it comes to me. Thanks for visiting, hope this was educational! :)

*Note: If you ever make this room or any other Star Wars room, feel free to send in a picture for me to post along wiht tips on how you did it!

Jango Fett's Kamino Apartment
"I'm just a simple man trying to decide between eggshell and off-white..."