10 home decor gifts for astronomy and space fans
Looking to spruce up your home with some space and astronomy decor? We've picked out some cosmic items to get you inspired.
Show off your love of all things space-related with our cosmic gift guide, and bring a piece of the Universe into your home.
For more ideas, read our guide to the best space gifts.
There’s coffee in that nebula! Warm up after a long observing session with a hot drink in this stylish mug.
- Price £9.07
- Supplier Redbubble
Solar System magnets
Brighten up your fridge with this set of wooden magnets depicting the Sun and planets.
- Price £10
- Supplier Sherwoods
See the full Moon every night with this lamp. It depicts a cratered moonscape (complete with Apollo bootprint) and the colour of its glow can be set using a remote control.
This clock features a view of Jupiter’s southern hemisphere as seen by the Juno probe, showing its many bands and storms – including the Great Red Spot.
Space Mural Wallpaper
Wake up to the Galaxy every morning. Made to measure, these murals bring the wonders of space to any room in your home.
Each of the eight plastic plates in this set is decorated with a watercolour image of a planet. Dishwasher safe, they’re perfect for your next star party.
Moon phase clock
Always know the phase of the Moon with the help of this clock synchronised to the Moon’s 29.5-day cycle. The frame can be personalised and is waterproof, meaning this will be just as handy in an outdoor observatory as in the living room.
Earth and Constellation Globe
By day this is a standard globe showing the geopolitical boundaries of the world. But at night the display switches automatically to a star map showing the 88 modern constellations.
Anlye Galaxy Bedding Set
Bring the beauty of the night sky inside with this galaxy bedding. Perfect for brightening your bedroom and keeping you near the stars even when you need an early night.
Astronaut Porcelain Vase
A porcelain astronaut whose oxygen tank holds water to store your flowers. This detailed vase also has a visor finished in gold.
- Price £70
- Supplier Royal Museums Greenwich Shop
Iain Todd is BBC Sky at Night Magazine's Staff Writer. He fell in love with the night sky when he caught his first glimpse of Orion, aged 10.