Star Wars Location Wallpaper for Your Walls

Star Wars Location Wallpaper for Your Walls

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An important part of the appeal of the Star Wars universe is the variety of planets and locations shown on screen, ranging from forests to deserts to barren, frozen wastelands. To bring these planets to life, various talented filmmakers have traversed the globe, filming on location in places from Ireland to Tunisia to the Maldives.


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Although fans make fun of the later movies, especially George Lucas' prequel trilogy for over-reliance on CGI and green screen techniques, even those movies displayed a tasteful selection of real-world shooting locations.

Bring the world of Star Wars into your space, and decorate with our collection of images from various shooting locations around the world, anywhere Luke's hideaway on Ahch-To to the Lars homestead to the Death Star.

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Where was Star Wars Episode 1 Filmed?

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace was filmed in Tunisia for the Tatooine desert scenes, the Palace of Caserta in Italy for the scenes inside of Theed Palace, and Whippendell Woods in the U.K. for outdoor shots of Naboo.

Episode I is not generally considered one of the best films in the saga, but some of the real-life setpieces are truly wonderful. The Palace of Caserta provides the perfect setting for Naboo palace—its stately marble columns and massive windows imbue the space with a sense of elegance and classicism.

Ksar Hadada is a town in southeastern Tunisia and was the filming location for Mos Espa, Anakin and Shmi Skywalker's hometown. Marked by the distinctive white door frames and mud-brick architecture, prequel fans would have no trouble placing this image!

Where was Star Wars Episode 2 Filmed?

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones was, like the Phantom Menace, filmed at the Palace of Caserta, in addition to the Palace de Espana in Seville as the city of Theed, and the Villa del Belbianello in Italy as Anakin and Padme's getaway. Additionally, certain scenes were shot in the same location as Luke's home from A New Hope in Tunisia.

The Plaza de Espana is featured in Attack of the Clones as the central plaza for the capital of Naboo, Theed. The distinctive columns and circular shape can be clearly seen in the movie as Anakin and Padme walk together.

Anakin and Padme escape Naboo for her safety, traveling to an old country villa. Their romance, culminating in their marriage, is only enhanced by the vintage architecture and lakeside views of the Villa del Balbianello.

Fans of the original trilogy will recognize this building! Constructed for the filming of the original Star Wars in 1977 and demolished afterward, this hut was rebuilt for Attack of the Clones as a permanent structure.

Where was Star Wars Episode 3 Filmed?

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith was filmed in Phang Nga Bay and Guilin for the scenes on Kashyyyk, Mount Etna for the duel on Mustafar, and Grindelwald for the final scenes on Alderaan.

Although many fans consider Revenge of the Sith to be a step up in quality from the prior two films, that does not mean there's an increase in natural backdrops! The scenes on Coruscant are a combination of studio sets and CGI, and the iconic fight on Mustafar was also done using primarily CGI elements. That being said, the foggy karst mountains of Guilin, China, provide the perfect ethereal backdrop for the Wookiee planet Kashyyyk.

Although not featured in the movie for very long, the stark, snowy peaks of the Alps act as the backdrop for the planet Alderaan in a pivotal scene at the end of Revenge of the Sith.

Where was Star Wars Episode 4 Filmed?

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope was primarily filmed in various locations in Tunisia, with additional footage shot in Death Valley, California, and Tikal, Guatemala.

The fan-favorite and the original, A New Hope is chock-full of iconic setpieces, primarily filmed in Tunisia. This desert hut, which was rebuilt for Attack of the Clones, is an often visited tourist destination.

The Mos Eisley Spaceport scenes were filmed in Djerba, Tunisia. In order to facilitate the proper world-building, a permanent set was built outside of town, which remains standing to this day.

Director George Lucas took advantage of the local setting by using and incorporating existing architecture into the film, creating a look that felt simultaneously futuristic and worn-in, familiar yet alien. In Sidi Driss, Tunisia, Lucas integrated futuristic set elements into these carved-in abodes to create the Lars homestead.

Luke's Home Mural

While only featured in A New Hope momentarily, the treeline of Tikal has since become one of the most recognizable images from the film, as the location of the rebel base on Yavin IV.

Where was Star Wars Episode 5 Filmed?

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back was almost exclusively filmed in a studio setting, except the Planet Hoth, which was filmed on Hardangerjokulen Glacier outside of Hinse, Norway.

Where was Star Wars Episode 6 Filmed?

Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi was filmed primarily in the deserts of the southwestern United States (California and Arizona). The scenes on the forest moon of Endor were filmed in California's redwood forests.

To some fans, the Ewoks are cute, cuddly, lovable creatures who provide some lightness to the finale of the original trilogy. To others, they are an annoying, blatant merchandising play. Regardless, the forest moon of Endor provided a totally new location to the Star Wars movies thus far, a radical departure from the space stations, desert, and frozen wastelands from prior movies.

Shifting from one desert to another, George Lucas and Richard Marquand traveled back to America to film the Jabba's Palace and Sarlacc Pit scenes in the Yuma Desert.

Where was Star Wars Episode 7 Filmed?

Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens was filmed in the desert outside of Abu Dhabi for scenes on Jakku, in various locations in the United Kingdom for Maz Kanata's castle on Takodana, and on the Eyjafjallajökull glacier for the scenes on Starkiller Base.

When the film was announced, and the trailer was released, fans were absolutely salivating over the prospect of new Star Wars movies. Derwentwater in the United Kingdom provided the backdrop for Maz Kanata's castle on Takodana—"I didn't know there was this much green in the whole galaxy!"

Like the Death Star, but bigger, Starkiller Base was so large that it had its own ecosystem, mostly a frozen tundra.

Another desert setting, another desert. Rather than film in the Sahara or Yumi Desert like prior movies, director J.J. Abrams filmed outside of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates for a distinctive setting as the planet Jakku.

Where was Star Wars Episode 8 Filmed?

Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi was filmed in three primary locations: Skellig Michael as Luke's hideaway on Ahch-To, Salar de Uyuni as the salt planet Crait, and Dubrovnik, Croatia as the casino planet Canto Bight.

While The Last Jedi has proved to be controversial among Star Wars fans, the quality of the filming locations is potentially of the highest quality in the franchise. The salt flats of Bolivia were the setting of the planet Crait, the site of the standoff between the advancing First Order and retreating Resistance.

Old Town Dubrovnik (made popular when featured in HBO's Game of Thrones) provided the location for the casino city of Canto Bight with its retro-futuristic appearance.

Luke Skywalker's hermitage on the planet Ahch-To actually carries a significant degree of real-life history and significance. The island Skellig Michael served as a monastery, built in the 6th century precisely for its low level of accessibility.

While only a 3D rendering, this mural captures the angled walls, large windows, and black with red accent visual of Snoke's destroyer.

Where was Star Wars Episode 9 Filmed?

Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker was filmed, like The Last Jedi, on Skellig Michael. Additional scenes were shot at Wadi Rum in Jordan and Ivinghoe Beacon in the United Kingdom.

General Star Wars Themed Images

There are some classic Star Wars images that don't cleanly fit into a single movie, so we've compiled them here! These would all be perfect for an accent wall in combination with some decals.

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"...a company in North Carolina called Limitless Walls created the wallpaper. 'It took about five months to get it all figured out, but it was something that was really unique and fun, and now we know that it's out there. You can pretty much take a photograph of anything and have it printed on wallpaper. It's cool and really personable.' The same company printed wallpaper for the boy's room from a photo of the Skellig Islands, located off the southwest coast of Ireland and featured in two recent Star Wars movies."

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