Need A Night Sky Mural For Your House?

Until now, the only way to experience the full impact of the night sky was to load up the car and drive hundreds of miles beyond the glare of city lights.

Now the heavens are yours to keep. You can effectively bring the universe into your own home.

Night Sky Murals® perfectly recreates the night sky on your own ceiling.



You can even get it to be astronomically accurate.

This reminds me of the ceiling in the Paramount Theater in Abilene.


I had a lot of great dates in that place.  And what I mean by “a lot” is two, and what I mean by “great” is none.

And if my cancer surviving friend Conner is reading this, I am reminded of the night when you were watching Grease and I was trying to distract you with popcorn.

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3 Responses to Need A Night Sky Mural For Your House?

  1. hot_bananas says:

    as pretty as it sounds to have the Night Sky Mural… as the sun rarely shines here, except for summer (how many days that is), i don’t think that will work very well.

  2. RascalwithPhotoShop says:

    Wow, if that wasn’t a photo edit and entirely impossible, I’d totally be into having it in my home. Nice computer work though.

  3. Jeff says:

    I just stumbled upon this page and thought that I would reply to one of the comments. In the first comment, “Hot_Bananas” mentioned that the sun doesn’t shine thre enough to charge up the paint… so therefore wouldn’t work well. Well, that would be true if the sun was the only way to charge the paint. Luckily, there is a great second option… and that is fluorescent lights. Anything from the regular energy-saving, spiral fluorescent light bulbs to a black light will work very well. In fact, I paint many theater rooms that have no windows in them and the customers couldn’t be happier. I just finished one in Califonia a coiuple of weeks ago where the owner created a ledge around the ceiling and put fluorescent tubes in there and it came out very nicely. But, going to that extreme is not necessary. A simple lamp with a spiral light bulb in it will work fine.

    By the way… he real thing is better than the pictures… according to my customers. I would be happy to answer any other questions if you will just write to me.

    Jeff Stewart
    Night Sky Murals

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