With the right paint, fabric, or decorative plaster, the ceiling can make a striking statement, too often the “fifth” floor is forgotten. Let’s enjoy the real masterpieces.
Hand-painted by Florentine artisans, the walls and ceiling are lined with framed dried flowers in this nature-inspired Swiss villa. Amazing cocktail table was made in Florence and the birdcages suspended are 19th-century.
The nursery of a Southampton beach house boasts interesting painted pink and orange combination.
In this stunning dining room walls present a hand-painted mural. Unique landscape on the walls looks impressing and vivid. The limestone dining table and the chairs are by Michael Taylor.
Park Avenue apartment’s dining room boasts a fifth floor finished in gold leaf and a Baroque style chandelier. Combination of the English dining table, console and silk curtains.
This dreamy home inspired by Grey Gardens enchants with a living room and accented with the high gloss blue and yellow. The sofas are by Celerie Kemble for Henredon and are upholstered in a Brunschwig & Fils printed linen.
Earthy Mexican treehouse and elegant roof paneled in walnut. It gives an impression of wider space in the room.
A London townhouse boasts a dining room geometrics painted by Isabelle Day. The space is ideally completed with vintage chairs by Afra and Tobia Scarpa.
Contrasting colors by Circa Lighting of a beautiful Oakland home.