We have a tendency to forget the ceiling in our homes, just paint it white that’s fine, I think is the general phrase we use when decorating our homes. When I lived in Geneva, Switzerland I would walk down the street and all of a sudden I looked up and just realized what I had missed, there I had the beautiful mountain of Mont Blanc right in front of me. And if no one looked up in the Sistine Chapel well I suppose you might as well have travelled to Albania! The Swedish graphic designer Lisa Bengtsson certainly have understood the importance by looking up in creating the ceiling wallpaper Edith (inspired by Edith Piaf). She also designed these ceiling tiles “Marrakech”. Sleeping in this bedroom would be like sleeping in Versaille due to the gorgeous glossy ceiling! This well designed study room has its final blue touch in the ceiling! Very interesting contemporary twist of broken glass mosaic pattern. Love it. Here the roles have changed places the grey went on the wall and the wall paper in the ceiling and it looks great! Why should the washing room be neglected from beauty? The Toronto based artist Oorbee Roy who uses the old Indian folk art Alpona in her designs here not only in the ceiling but also repeated in the wood of the cabinets.