Quiz: Ikea Product or Star Wars World?

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4 Min Quiz

Tatooine

If you didn’t realize Tatooine was the home world of the Skywalker family, you may want to brush up on your "Star Wars" movies before you take this quiz.

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Jakku

This is a desert planet that makes an appearance during "Star Wars: Episode VII -- The Force Awakens."

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Kopardal

The Kopardal queen bed frame is only around $120!

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Dagstorp

The Dagstorp sofa is just $600 and available in Laglig black, as well as gray or white.

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Lixhult

Lixhults is a series of storage cabinets that come in a wide array of sizes and colors.

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Dofta

The Dofta potpourri has a light, sweet fragrance for your home and doubles as a nice decorative piece.

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Alderaan

R.I.P. Alderaan, Princess Leia's home planet, which was blasted to smithereens by the original Death Star.

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Giltig

The "mouth blown" Giltig carafe has a lovely shade of blue that will make your chilled beverages sparkle.

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Corellia

The advanced planet called Corellia was home to the legendary Han Solo.

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Ektorp

The Ektorp sectional sofa comes in a variety of configurations to suit just about any room.

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Kashyyyk

The wooly and wonderful Wookies (like Chewbacca) hail from a world named Kashyyyk.

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Mustafar

Darth Vader and Obi-Wan dueled on Mustafar in "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith."

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Atollon

At one point, rebels established a base on this planet, which was set in an undiscovered zone.

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Mantebo

Give your home a unique look with pictures like Mantebo, which only a few other million Ikea fans will hang in their homes, too.

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Lauters

The Lauters lamp has a dimmable fixture so that you can turn down the lights during your "Star Wars" marathon.

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Anoat

This once-promising world was polluted to the point of toxicity, forcing many residents to flee.

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Kamino

The Galactic Republic used Kamino as a base to build its clone army.

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Pandrup

The spacey design on the Pandrup low pile rug actually would be at home in some "Star Wars" episodes.

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Maridun

If you're looking for mastiff phalones and huge seed pods, you'd travel to Maridun.

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Malm

The Malm bed frame has an ash veneer and, sorry, is available only in twin size.

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Mygeeto

This cold planet was found in the Outer Rim Territories and home to the Lumen.

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Nacksta

With the sparse and minimalistic design of the Nacksta frame, you'll be able to hang up just about any photographs you like, such as pictures of Kylo Ren or Darth Vader.

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Kallax

This very basic shelving unit is called the Kallax, which sounds much fancier than it really is.

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Shili

In "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," this planet is home to multiple Jedi Council members.

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Anvandbar

Although it does sound like a far-flung planet, Anvandbar is actually a self-watering pot for your plants.

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Ruusan

In "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," the Valley of the Jedi is found on Ruusan.

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Bespin

The beautiful Cloud City was found on Bespin, featured in "The Empire Strikes Back."

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Ilseng

If you need panels for a sliding door frame, you might select the Ilseng, which costs only $100 for four panels.

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Sullust

In "Return of the Jedi," Sullust is supposedly a volcanic planet that Imperial forces use for industrial production purposes.

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Takodana

Takodana is a forested planet that appears in "Star Wars: Episode VII -- The Force Awakens."

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About This Quiz

Ikea products cross sabers with 'Star Wars' in this quiz. Are the following words Ikea products or 'Star Wars' worlds?

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