Create a Starfield Ceiling with Cielo Stellato LEDs in Your Child’s Room!

If you’re decorating a child’s bedroom, why limit yourself to regular old light fittings? Why not make something interesting?

Create a Starfield Ceiling with Cielo Stellato LEDs in Your Child's Room!
With Cielo Stellato LED kit you can create a fancy starry sky in your child’s bedroom… In the picture: general starfield sky in a child’s bedroom, not created with our fittings

Cielo Stellato” translates into Italian as “starry sky” and that’s exactly what these lights are great for: creating a starfield on the ceiling.

The Perfect Way to Create a unique Ceiling

Sure, you could use glow-in-the-dark stickers on the ceiling, but that doesn’t look quite right. Stickers aren’t that bright, after all, and stars aren’t green.

Fibre optics are another option – but installing such a fitting is complicated and difficult.

Or you could use an optical projector, like a real astronomer. That would look great, but that’s probably the most expensive item you could install in a child’s bedroom.

These small LED lights are ideal for the purpose. They’re easy to set up, fully dimmable, and available in several colours.

Because the Cielo Stellato LED kit is made of small LEDs which slot into standard ceiling panels, less space is used as well as less energy. These lights don’t require a hassle to install.

Plus, once they’re installed they won’t need to be maintained or taken out for some years: they have an estimated lifespan of 30,000 hours.

Why Not Expand Your Vision?

And if you were really ambitious, you could install a round ceiling light to make the moon, and you could also make some constellations like Orion or the Big Dipper.

What if you hung some tiny spaceships from the ceiling, too? Every night there would be a show.

Imagine it: a space opera, every night, so close you could almost touch it.

We are a little jealous of the kids’ room, and we haven’t even begun work on the starry ceiling.

The Cielo Stellato is made for this purpose, but it can’t just be limited to decorating a child’s bedroom – where else could we use these lights? Let us know in the comments.

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