Star Trek TNG Ten Forward Bar Door Cover

March 7, 2018

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This is the Star Trek TNG Ten Forward Door Cover available from ThinkGeek. It's a 38" x 84" piece of printed polyester with elastic corners (like a fitted bed sheet) that fits over a standard interior door to make it look like the entrance to the Ten Forward bar in Star Trek: The Next Generation. And, as you can see in the picture above, it doesn't really deal that well with door handles, so you're probably going to need to cut a hole if you want your friends to take the new entrance to your rumpus room seriously (personally I went with a beaded curtain that glows under blacklight and have zero regrets but tons of trippy swingers parties).

Keep going for a closeup.

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Thanks to carey, who wants a door cover that looks like the room inside so people are constantly walking into it for a good laugh.

  • asadachi

    that's the pic they're advertising with? the one with the door handle poking out?

  • Derek St. Gelais

    If nothing else it is informative. We know just from the picture that it is a stretch kind of design. Useful no?

  • TheQiwiMan

    Don't buy this guys. We got one, and I wasted a whole morning standing in front of the door waiting for it to slide open.

    :-(

  • Geekologie

    I knew there had to be a catch

  • GeneralDisorder

    I've always liked pocket doors (the kind that slide into pockets in the walls) but when I was house-hunting almost none of the houses had them and the houses that did have them have the doors stuck in the walls and wouldn't slide.

    The house I did buy used to have them but the doors were removed from the tracks and the flipper or someone else disguises out of trim pieces. I knew the living room wall was unusually thick and my ex-wife (who is a carpenter and kind of a bad-ass when it comes to building and demolishing things) pulled all the trim off to see what was there. The original track was there but it was bent and shitty looking. We would have had to buy new doors and trim and probably tear apart the wall itself to put up new door track.

    I wanted to put a hidden gun closet in the wall but then I remembered I don't own a gun that would be effective for home defense and I lack any semblance of military training.

  • Nicholas Conrad

    For added realism, the darn things on the Enterprise only work half the time:

    https://youtu.be/FMX9ZAD_h3g

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