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By Kelly Anderson | February 14, 2017 | Home & Real Estate
Reach for the stars and further with a celestial inspired home redecoration. The galaxy will always be a mystery, and with these pieces your home can be just as interesting.
Strada Pendant Chandelier, Kelly Wearstler ($2,250-$2,999). Aspen Design Room, 625 E Main St., 970-544-2055
Like a flashing starburst in the sky, this chandelier will make staying inside your home just as beautiful as a night outside.
Giant Sputnik Chandelier, Jonathan Adler ($ 3,195). jonathanadler.com
As a child you may have decorated your ceiling with sticky glow-in-the-dark stars. Today, you can still make your ceiling shine bright with this grown-up Giant Sputnik chandelier.
Jacquard Velvet Star Pillow Cover, West Elm ($29). 2955 E. 1St. Ave., Denver, 303-320-1001
Reminiscent of Moroccan star patterns, these European-made velvet pillow covers are an eye-catching and easy way to transform a room.
Metal Starburst Collection, Restoration Hardware ($445-$645). 2900 E. 1st Ave., Denver, 303-331-1938
Take a piece of the sky into your living room with explosive yet elegant starburst sculptures from Restoration Hardware. The pieces are handcrafted in solid brass and steel with a polished nickel finish, and the flat tips refract light for a look of true radiance.
T. Moon Table Lamp, Lumens ($430-$745). lumens.com
Guests will marvel at this lunar lamp, and nights at home with the lamp on will feel as serene as a real full moon.
Room and Board
Tri-Plex Floor Lamp, Room and Board ($499). 222 Detroit St., Denver, 303-322-6462
It's hard not to love the minimal lines of the Tri-Plex floor lamp, a subtle nod to constellation points.
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