Looking for an unexpected POP in a room– look up! We’re not talking Michaelangelo Sistine Chapel-style, just a variation on wall color to add interest. Painting the ceiling in a room is great way to visually draw your eye up. Which is a wonderful way to highlight a cool light fixture or add interest to a tray ceiling inset. You can either stick with neutral walls and pop the ceiling color, or vise versa and go bold on your walls, but steer clear of too much impact up above. For design jobs, I sometimes like to have the painter cut the wall color in half and apply that to the ceiling to visually connect the room. For a soft, cloud and spa-like blue ceiling color, Benjamin Moore’s Palladian Blue is one of my favorites. Take a look at some of these great examples of painted ceilings.