Star Ceiling Systems
Infinity star ceiling panels
Top of the range modular star panel system. Infinity is what the home cinema buff aspires to as the crowning glory of a dedicated home cinema room. And when you’re not watching a movie, the star ceiling turns the room into a great place to just chill out. One customer says she likes to retreat to the cinema room and just lie down beneath the stars to recharge her batteries. Read on to see why.
Galaxy rectangular star panel
You don’t need to be in a galaxy “Far Far Away” to enjoy sitting under the stars. Our Galaxy oblong star ceiling panel has a superb matt or gloss finish and is available in a variety of great colours. Star densities from 300 (great) 400 (better) and 500 (stupendous) will make your ceiling come alive. Our renowned expertise in star layouts will keep you looking at this lovely centrepiece.
Eclipse star disk
Our popular Eclipse disk is available in a range of colours and finishes. 200 mixed diameter twinkling stars and optional LED rim lighting can create a sense of calm in any room. As with all our star panels the Eclipse is very easy to install so grandparents can buy this for a nursery without committing anyone to huge amounts of work!
Ceiling tile systems
Want to add some drama to a room with a conventional 600 x 600mm suspended ceiling grid? We can supply pre-fibred ceiling tiles for this application. Simply remove the existing tiles and replace with our star tiles and – hey Presto! – a new star ceiling. Or, we can supply a DIY fibre kit and you can fit fibres to the tiles yourself.
Fibre optic night light
Ingenious cost-effective solution to gently illuminate as many areas as you want with unobtrusive fibre optic lighting.
DIY star kits
If you prefer to do the work yourself we can offer a range of standard or bespoke star kits. Making your own star display or other decorative lighting effect is not complicated, and most of our kits go to homeowners who are installing fibre optics in their own bedrooms or bathrooms.
Have some fun with our starfield generator by Seb Francis.