Nothing can quite compare to stargazing on a dark, clear night. If that isn't possible, though, the Starry Light Lamp by Anagraphic can bring the night sky indoors.
This dome-shaped light fixture has holes punched in it that correspond to the constellations visible in the night sky of the northern hemisphere, complete with outlines that trace the constellations so you can identify them more readily. Turn on the light, and the Starry Light projects stars on your walls and ceiling via the punched-out holes in the fixture itself, while a downward-pointing LED bulb lights up your living space below.
The Starry Light comes in four color and finish options (matte black, matte white, glossy white, and a purple color called pearl violet), and it costs €988 (or about $1273 US). It's not cheap, but if you're an astronomy fan with some disposable income, it's worth checking out. Learn more and order your own on the Starry Light site.
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