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Guest Groups: Starry Night

There’s something a bit mysterious, intimate and even magical about the cosmos. Whether you are seeking to add just a tiny luminosity for your child’s area or on your own, there are a lot of interesting products out there to help you do it. Here are 20 of my favorite finds.
— Stephanie From Modern Parents Messy Kids

I3 Laboratory

Nocturn By Moonlight Cushion – $120

Maybe you have read the Eric Carle Novel “Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me”? This wonderful pillow makes it really possible. It is like my youth Gloworm on steroids.

Restoration Hardware

Starry String Lights | Light Strings | Restoration Hardware

These rope lights are both battery powered and strung on bendable cable, so they’re remarkably versatile. Use them to light up your outdoor eating area, to make a indoor reading corner shine, or anywhere else your heart desires.


Star Garland By LittleKorboose – $18

I adore the wonky feel of the paper star garland. It is perfect playroom decor.

Shanna Murray Illustrated Decals

Each of the Stars Tiding – Small – $10

I’m not certain what I like most about this sticker, the sweet message or the unique color options (neon pink, speckled gold and more).


Jour & Nuit Wallpaper

This moon mural would look equally chic in the dining area as it would in the nursery.


Zephyrine Mobile, Blue – $798

The colors and airy feel of the unbelievable mobile evoke a fuzzy vibe.


This is only one of many images really captured by the Hubble telescope also available for printing.


I Love You To The Moon and Back Art Print By Brandi Fitzgerald – $20

The colors in this print are beautiful, but what attracted me was the childish sentiment being presented in such a sophisticated way.


Full Moon

This sideboard is unique and totally luminous.


When The Wind Blows, Cindy Thornton Limited Edition Signed Print – $20

The artist describes this piece as a lullaby interpretation of the waves are made.


STRATOSPHERE, Cindy Thornton Limited Edition Signed Print

This piece is titled “Stratosphere.” I believe the unconventional color scheme is fantastic, particularly for a nursery.


Fly By Night By Ken-Wong – $1.99

This print flawlessly conveys the sense of adventure children feel when considering the broad world.


Art Print Small Spaceboy/Spacegirl – $20

Both the title and the astronaut’s look with this print may be customized to mimic your little explorer.


Moon Clock – $32

Normally the idea of a moon clock would not be attractive to me, but this one is almost serene in its simplicity.

Mammoth & Company

The Moon by Luke Brookes – CAD 20

I like the thickness of the happy little man.

Cox & Cox

Spaceman Lights – EUR 28

These spaceman lights are one of the coolest sets I’ve seen. I can only imagine my son gazing at astronauts and these unmanned boats for hours.


IKEA PS MASKROS Pendant Lamp – $89.99

This inexpensive pendant lamp conjures up images of a supernova burst for me — only much, much smaller and far less vibrant.


Illuminated Rotating Universe Globe – $89.95

This globe transforms into a map of the constellations once the lights are off — such a fun (and educational) surprise.


SMILA STJÄRNA Wall lamp – $9.99

Here’s a sweet and easy wall lamp to your little stargazer.

J Schatz

J Schatz Egg Lamps – $165

The unique egg shape of this star nightlight makes it almost as attractive with the lights as with them off.

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