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Bed and breakfast guests can stargaze from bed
Guests enjoying the Treetops room at First Farm Inn, just outside of Cincinnati, may enjoy the twinkling of stars in the cathedral ceiling after they turn out the lights for a romantic stay in this renovated 1870s vintage farmhouse.
By: First Farm Inn
Thanks to the knowledge and talents of artist-illusionist Debbie Butler of Union, Ky, the cathedral ceiling now sports a true 3D representation of the Pegasus constellation and many others while looking like an ordinary ceiling during the daytime. Debbie and her husband Mark, both licensed veterinarians who recently moved their family to Boone County, offer StarScapes for homes and businesses.
Invisible in daylight, the sky glows for hours after the lights go out. Painting is done without removing furniture or causing damage to the ceiling or fixtures.
This STARSCAPES trompe loeil artwork creates an illusion of a clear glass ceiling on a cloudless night, high up in the mountains, with thousands of twinkling stars.
Ancient constellations like Orion, Pegasus, Ursa Major (the Big Dipper), Gemini, Scorpio, Sagittarius and Crux (the Southern Cross) are in their astronomically correct locations.
The crescent moon and famous stars like Polaris (the North Star), Vega, Arcturus, Antares, Aldebaran, Sirius and even Betelgeuse can be found along with a beautifully visible section of our own Milky Way galaxy.
For more information, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 800-720-1176 or visit http://stargazingindoors.com/
For more information on First Farm Inn, call 859-586-0199, e-mail email@example.com (mailto:firstfarm@