Before I left Sweden, I kept seeing all these giant stars for sale in the stores. I thought they were cute but couldn't quite capture a vision for them. Recently I've seen them used in some inspirational photos (here + here) and they feel super fresh + fun for a Christmas decoration. You can buy them here.
Photo by Chris Everard via Dress, Design, Decor.
This is a beautiful photograph and I love the idea of decorating with giant stars. I think that sometimes the simplest decorations are the best.
I love the silver and gray together and the way you can almost set these stars haphazardly anywhere and they work!
I love stars!Sophie and I are using them as christmas decorations this year.
What a lovely picture!
Love the idea of a room full of stars!
You can also make them yourself. There was a tutorial in the French magazine “Marie-Claire Idées”, I think it was last year, or the year before… I’m sure you can find a similar tutorial on the web, though!
How beautiful and clever! I wonder if they are difficult to make.
So pretty.. so tastefully used..
Really lovely holiday decor idea! They sell a lot of these in New Mexico — but they are usually very brightly colored, with crazy patterns. Fun!
What a lovely image! In Sweden we just love those stars, we’ve got them everywhere. You put a light inside them and hang them in the window. When everything is dark (wich it is this time of the year) they light up beautifully.
Love these! I want some!!
These would be so sweet in a baby nursery! Here in the Southwest I often see stamped tin stars, or black metal filegree with bright glass beads, inwardly lit. So pretty when grouped together!
Gorgeous! I want these for my apartment!!
Those are so pretty! You can also order paper star kits from Paper Source…