This night light that projects stars onto your bedroom ceiling is a best-seller on Amazon

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Whether you have little ones at home, or you just want to prevent yourself from stumbling over your shoes during a midnight bathroom break, a night light can really come in handy.

Rather than a plain old light that simply plugs into the wall, we recommend you light up your room in style with this BlissLights Sky Lite. The light projects a field of drifting stars and a blue nebula cloud upon your ceiling and wall.

The Sky Lite is available on Amazon for $49.99 (marked down from $59.99), and it’s the No. 1 best-seller on the site in the Night Lights category.

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Check out this instructional video from Bliss Lights, which shows exactly how the Sky Lite works:

To transform any room in your home into a starry night sky, all you have to do is turn on the Sky Lite and aim it at the wall or ceiling. You can cycle through different effects, adjust the brightness of the light and start and stop the motion of the stars, all with the easy-to-use control buttons.

It comes with a built-in, six-hour timer, so it’s perfect for putting young children to bed and easing their fear of the dark. It also comes with a  three-foot AC adapter cord.

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While it’s ideal to use as a night-light for kids and adults alike, it can also instantly transform any room, adding ambiance to a home spa night or an evening dining “al fresco” under the stars.

It has 4.5 out of 5 stars from more than 1,000 customers. Reviews emphasize the Sky Lite’s ease of use, as well as how beautiful and relaxing the display is.

And another fun option from Amazon’s top-selling night light list is the Sunnest Kids Star Night Light, priced at $13.99. This projector light has eight unique modes that provide a pretty starscape in warm shades of yellow, blue, red and green. Note: This one is battery-operated, so if you aren’t a fan of changing batteries, you’ll want to keep that in mind!

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Say goodbye to those boring old night-lights!

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