- Nasir al-Mulk Mosque in Iran
This is one of the most exquisite ceilings on earth, decorated in vibrant patterns, intricate vaulting and a multitude of colours. Looking up provides a kaleidoscope of light with the many panes of stained glass. It has a stunning Islamic architecture and will surely draw amazement and awe in all who behold it. Bring some awe to your ceiling with a Ceiling Rose from a site like https://www.creative-cables.co.uk/2648-ceiling-roses
- Castello di Sammezzano in Florence
For those who love colour, this is must-see building. The interior fans out like a peacock of rainbows in exquisite and intricate detail. It was built in the early 17th century and later served as an hotel after World War 2. It is a riot of colour and should inspire anyone looking to decorate their ceiling!
- Temple of Heaven in Beijing
The temple is a series of religious buildings that were used by emperors to pray annually for a good harvest. The square building shape represents the earth and the blue tiled roof is symbolic of heaven.
- Shah Mosque in Iran
Iran certainly has a thing for stunning ceilings and this mosque, which began life in the early 17th century is so special that it appears on the currency of the country. The ceiling is inscribed with words from the Koran, as well as being a huge mosaic of 7 colours in iridescent tiles. You’ll definitely get the feeling of heavenly transcendence when you gaze up in this mosque.« Back