Celestial decor: 5 great ideas

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  • Furniture and accessories inspired by the sun, moon and stars.

    If you’re after decorating inspiration on a celestial theme, look no
    further than our top five suggestions for adding a touch of heavenly
    delight to room schemes. Reflecting our fascination with the solar
    system, this latest trend offers all manner of furniture and accessories
    that are ideal for adding a sense of cosmic mystique to interiors.

    1. Eclipse wall light

    Casting an atmospheric glow, this moon eclipse wall light in polished steel by Tristan Auer for Pouenat at Frenchy Furniture, is an imaginative choice for those looking for lighting with a difference. Focusing on the interaction of the sun and the moon, it shows that great design lies in the detail.

    2. My Moon mirror table

    Function and fantasy combine in this striking My Moon mirror table by Moroso. Overlaid with a photographic print, this coffee table would make an eye-catching centrepiece for a living space that’s out of this world.

    3. Starry pendant light

    If you love the sky at night this Starry pendant light by Anagraphic, which casts celestial constellations of the northern hemisphere when illuminated, is for you. An LED emits light beams of different strength both upwards and downwards, producing an interplay of light and shadow that gives this unique design its sense of fun.

    4. Spacecrafted rug

    Distant galaxies and stellar explosions make a dramatic statement in this stand-out Spacecrafted rug that offers depth and interest in one. Hand-knotted in wool and silk, the design not only reveals the majestic splendor of space, but Jan Kath’s innovative and original approach to creating rugs that are also works of art. Jan’s rugs are available at Front.

    5. Alice mirror

    Reminiscent of a full moon hanging in the night sky, this Alice mirror with an oxidised finish has a soft vintage feel. Produced by Italian company Slow the mirror, which has universal appeal, would work as an individual piece or as part of a collection.

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