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Moonstruck: 18 Lunar Pieces For Your Home, Starting at Just $12

Tomorrow night, the northern hemisphere will experience both the brightest and the highest-riding full moon of the year. According to NASA, midnight is the best time to view it to experience its brightness. While we're definitely going to head outside tomorrow night to check it out in person, we're also major fans of lunar-themed decor. From trompe l'oeil antique paintings to the most modern and subtle of accents, the moon is a lovely inspiration for your home decor.
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