Cities have so much to offer in the way of culture, excitement, food, and fun, but in exchange for all that fabulousness, we cityfolk give up something precious: a starry sky. Stars scattered on sheets can never take the place of those jewels in the sky, but they certainly can't hurt...
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- AnOther spotted these gorgeous constellation sheets at the Tree Hotel in Sweden- that deep midnight blue is sexy and soothing at the same time.
- I've been tempted by this Reversible Constellation Duvet Cover from Urban Outfitters for awhile now. First, because it's one of the few duvet covers out there for less than $100, and second, because of the gentle play of white stars on a pale grey ground. I still can't decide if it's too..kidlike. What do you think?
- The Sin In Linen Stars Comforter is also reversible- I love that pale red!
- If you'd like to add a little geek chic to your boudoir, these vintage-style rocket-age flannel sheets from Garnet Hill are playful but classy. Oh, and did I mention they glow in the dark? Still classy? Discuss.
- Wasp's Star Cushions from Rockett St George are classy, no doubt: "hand printed cushions using vintage, British, upcycled fabrics".
- Rockett St George's Hot Pink Star Cushion, however, throws a little sass in the mix. As we've discussed, the the combination of beautiful neutrals with a dash of neon can be irresistible. Or horrible, depending on your taste.
- Finally, and not available for purchase (or at least not yet), we have Liz Kauff's Constellation Pillow. Handmade using Arduino (open-source electronic prototyping platform), LEDs, wires, and your general pillow-making materials, it very may very well be the pillow of the future.