From cushions to ceramics, these starry homeware accessories will fill your home with magic.
We’ve been looking to the stars for all sorts recently – from astrological dating trends to facials that follow the moon phases. But out of all the ways the cosmos is affecting us, it’s the celestial aesthetic that we like the most, and it’s a look that’s particularly decor-friendly.
Whether it’s a romantic splattering of stars across a cushion, figures of the moon for decoration or just the rich hue of midnight blue, the sky provides ample interior design inspiration.
So, if you have a soft spot for the celestial, check out this homeware edit filled with beautiful accessories from both big brands and independent makers.
Full Moon Waves print
This mystical print is illustrated by Alice Marani, and depicts a scene of tumbling waves lit up by the glow of moonlight.
We love the rich, dark colours and golden accenting, which together create a magical feel.
Star navy cushion
Velvet is the enduring interior design trend that just won’t quit. Add this modern take on the starry sky to your sofa for a clean cut but characterful nod to the celestial.
Sparkle champagne coupes
How pretty are these delicate champagne glasses? They’re made from hand-blown, fine crystal glass and have been etched with tiny stars that will twinkle below your bubbles.
We can’t think of anything better to toast a celebration with.
Sun Sister print
Charnelle Pinkney Barlow is an illustrator from the US whose artwork is often inspired by women and the specialness of the female bond.
Here, her Sun Sisters print reflects the deep relationship she has with her sister, showing them sharing the same sky through the tendrils of their hair.
Green man and luna mug
Lisa Junius is an independent designer who creates a range of quirky homeware pieces, all taking inspiration from womanhood and the cosmos.
These enamel cups are covered in her unique Green Man and Luna designs, just right for drinking tea in.
Fancy a glimmer of the celestial at home without having to make any big decor changes?
These coasters are the solution as they provide an easy pop of colour and starlight.
Just place them on your coffee or side table for a touch of something new.
Cosmic girl plate
Another creation from the talented Lisa Junius, her ‘cosmic girl’ plates are made by hand and each one is therefore unique.
Our favourite thing about this is her incredible hair and calming expression.
Yolke Girl art print
Society 6 is full of interesting designers and artists, but Isabelle Feliu is definitely one to watch.
Many of her artworks feature women of all walks of life, in all different destinations, opening a porthole to beautiful, far flung destinations.
Images: courtesy of brands
Megan Murray is a senior digital writer for stylist.co.uk, who enjoys writing about homeware (particularly candles), travel, food trends, restaurants and all the wonderful things London has to offer.