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  • Brandy Spring

    Star Ceiling - they say Love this idea in a nursery i say love this idea for MY room lol

  • Steve Libick

    Star Ceiling. The original is an expensive fiber optics kit, but it could probly be recreated with Christmas lights. Although... maintenance might be a process. All the same, a cool idea for a nursery or kids' room.

  • Tegan Cirulli

    Star Ceiling. forget the baby room im doing this in my room!!

  • Christie Lee

    Fibre Optic Starry Night. Love this for a nursery night light idea.

  • Nerida Beardsell

    Starry ceiling! Such a great idea for a kids room, an alternative to standard night lights.

  • Jen Munns

    Star Ceiling - What a fun idea for the kids rooms.. No more night lights

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