The Fifth Wall: Creative Ceilings for Any Space

The Fifth Wall: Creative Ceilings for Any Space

When you enter palaces, churches, and castles – they are there. The artistic ceilings. The Sistine Chapel with Michelangelo’s astonishing paintings is probably the most well-known ceiling art of them all. Now you don’t have to paint the ceiling yourself, nor call the descendants of Mr. Michelangelo. Whether it be a fresco painting, vaulted ceilings, or an open roof design you are looking to add to your interior, you’ll find it in our selection of ceiling wallpaper murals. Clouds and light patterns will open up any room, whilst also lifting the ceiling higher, darker motifs will make rooms appear cozier and more snug.
Open up the ceiling and fly away among the clouds. Let the air inside for a free mind.

Marble is a big trend in both interior design and fashion. This pattern is a different take on the same stony category. Made with a special handmade marbling technique it's a bit darker and more dramatic than the more common bright marble.
These beautiful tin tiles from 1910 where salvaged from an old apothecary in Nebraska USA . This kind of ceiling tiles were popular in the 1890 - 1920's, especially in the US.
                Create a classic look at home with these checkerboard tiles. 
This is an amazing illustration of the northern hemisphere’s star map anno 1869. Illustrated constellations rest against an unimaginably beautiful, blue-toned background.


Measuring your ceiling for a wallpaper is exactly the same method when measuring your four walls, simply measure the widest point and longest point. Don’t forget to add an extra 2 inches to your overall dimensions for leeway. Feel free to contact us at for help!