It’s that time of year at which there is more darkness and less sunlight each day. And while no one enjoys watching it grow dark at 4:30 p.m., it’s fun to appear in the sky on a winter’s evening and see a landscape of celebrities in the night sky. Stars have a special magical effect where they’re. Below are some ways to bring stars inside to light up your property.
RYAN ASSOCIATES GENERAL CONTRACTORS
I have a major crush on star-shaped lanterns, which can be called Moravian Stars. These star pendants create this hallway glow.
Suggestion: Moravian Stars date back to a Protestant community in Germany, and they were originally used as Christmas decorations.
Tim Cuppett Architects
Your eyes are instantly drawn up to the star-shaped glass lanterns hanging from the ceiling. These Moravian Stars create beautiful light fixtures for this bathroom.
This media room includes a ceiling with fiber optics that light up to look like the nighttime sky.
Laura Bendik Interiors
Proceed to sleep under the stars. A giant framed print of the constellations hangs above the bed.
A bunch of star-shaped pendants create this living room feel extra comfy.
Carson Poetzl, Inc..
From a distance, you can see the light shining from the star-shaped pendant within the doorway. What a pretty light to greet you home at night.
1 large black barn star decorates this white-on-white kitchen. The star is the element that takes this kitchen from basic white to a bright space.
Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography
A Moravian Star pendant hangs from the top ceiling of the bedroom, adding to the allure of the room.
Peeking through an arch in a hallway: a bright star. This pendant overlooks light around the narrow hallway.
This large eat-in kitchen features an island with a couple star-shaped pendants hanging above.
Tip: Place your star-shaped lanterns to a dimmer so you can control how bright your star is. Sometimes, you may choose to lessen the light for a little romance.
Twinkle Curtain DAYDREAM Toddler daytime nap drape by GRAstudio – $49
I’ve this drape in my baby girl’s nursery. I love watching the light shine through the die-cut celebrities, the same as the twinkle-twinkle of the nighttime sky. The drape also casts the coolest shadows on the wall in the morning light.
J Schatz Egg Lamps – $165
On my wishlist for my daughter’s nursery: a nightlight that scatters celebrities across the walls and ceiling.
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