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10 space accessories that will make your home out of this world
They’re almost as cool as those glow-in-the-dark star stickers. Almost.
When you were little, you might have had those tiny, glow-in-the-dark stickers on your wall, and they probably felt like magic.
Then you somehow got older and more boring with your decorative choices. Let’s fix that and bring back the magic with some space.
Whether you need a reminder that the world is much larger outside your tiny apartment, or just happen to really like space, these grown-up accessories are the perfect touch.
Price on ThinkGeek: $49.99
Is that global warming? No, it’s just fleece. These soft blankets also come in Jupiter and Mars, so you can orbit with the coziness around your house. The photos were all taken by NASA, so this is as close to space as you can get without leaving your living room.
Price on ThinkGeek: $29.99
Give your shower some star power with this vibrant, trippy curtain. You’ll feel smaller every time you enter the bathroom.
Price on Etsy: $40
We hate to break it to you, but the moon is not made of cheese. Nor is it gilded, but that doesn’t mean this wall clock won’t look stellar in your office.
Price on Etsy: $119
Just because it’s not your planet, doesn’t mean it’s not a planet. Typical Earthlings. This comfortable decor serves a dual space in your planetary and Star Wars fandoms.
Price on Etsy: $15
If you prefer a little more subtle space-themed decor, these walnut coasters easily blend in on your coffee table. However, look closely, and you’ll see engraved space themes on each one.
Price on Etsy: $20
Instead of banging your head on your desk, you could stare at this replica of Earth and wonder how the world feels so small when the solar system is so big. The motor runs on contertorque from Earth’s magnetic field and low-light power cells.
Price on ThinkGeek: $144.99
This lamp is not only a tribute to planets, but helps take care of ours by using recycled cardboard, carefully cut to create a piece that will center your whole room like it’s the sun. (It’s not though, it’s a lamp.)
Price on Etsy: $116.95
9) Galaxy rug
No need to worry about whether or not you should vacuum with this rug. The eye-catching pattern will suck everything else up like it’s a black hole. Though it doesn’t hurt to clean it every now and then.
Price on Etsy: $115
Don’t act like you’re too old for glow-in-the-dark space decor. This is like the stickers, but it’s a poster, so you can get your deposit back. It shows up invisible during the day, for the kind of magic you haven’t experienced in years.
Price on Etsy: $19.95
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Christine Burkson is the Senior Ecommerce Manager of the Daily Dot. Her work focuses on product reviews, Amazon deals, and online shopping. She previously served as an editor at Mashable, where she helped build the site's viral news section, and Yahoo, where she focused on DIY culture. Her work has also appeared on Bustle.