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Guest Picks: Starry Night: Celestial-Inspired Pieces
A vintage constellation print was the jumping-off point for this collection of items inspired by the night sky. — Lindsay from The Pursuit of Style
This Ralph Lauren wallpaper is fun for kids (the constellations glow in the dark), but I could also see it being used in a more sophisticated room.
I love a classic Moravian star pendant. Use this one to dress up a hallway or bathroom.
These matches paired with a candle would make a beautiful addition to a nightstand.
I'd incorporate this constellation globe into a bookshelf or use it to dress up my desk.
Thomas O'Brien has a similar constellation chart that has been photographed in several different spaces in his home. I've been obsessed ever since. This print is the closest thing I've been able to find to O'Brien's vintage chart.
Osborne & Little's Coronata Star wallpaper is a new favorite. The black and white colorway is perfect for a literal take on the night sky.
The light reflecting off of this mercury glass lamp will add the perfect amount of sparkle to a room.
Charcoal velvet and nailhead trim is reminiscent of an inky night sky. I especially love the classic shape and tufting.
This brass telescope is a must-have for any stargazer. Added to the top of a stack of books, it would make a chic accessory in any room.
The Moroccan Trellis pattern on this navy rug reminds me of stylized stars. Plus, it's a dead ringer for a designer version nearly ten times its price.
I'd love to see a pair of these star sconces in a bedroom. They would look beautiful flanking a headboard and are utilitarian for nighttime reading.
The patina on these drawer pulls is beautiful. They'd dress up just about any piece of furniture, but I'd especially love to see them on a pair of nightstands.
You'll literally be sleeping under the stars with this Serena & Lily bedding.
String lights can be for more than just the holidays. I'd use a garland of these as a nightlight in a children's bedroom.
I'm still not over sunburst mirrors. This mini version from Pier 1 is super affordable, and I adore the braided trim.
I love buying decorative objects to scatter throughout my home. This urchin would add a bit of texture to a vignette.
A Moroccan pouf in metallic silver will add extra seating and sparkle.
This table is just unreal! It would be beautiful in the entryway of a stately home with a huge arrangement of flowers.
I adore the simplicity of these astrological watercolors. You could frame one for each member of your family.