For low rooms a sky scenery is the ideal solution, to find a solution against the feeling often evoked that the ceiling is “pushing down” on the room. Especially the attractiveness of rooms on the ground floor or the floor below can be improved, if they seem higher. Sometimes just hinting at a sky painting is enough, a gentle glazing in light blue colours, on which tamely painted clouds float.
Large rooms seem even more generous, when the ceiling opens up to the sky. The style and design of the interior dictates the style of the painting, which allows us to find the right paint style for every room. Modern design prompts us to work in a more delicate and withholding fashion, and as described before, we only hint at the summers sky with a light-blue transparent glazing. (This already gives the room another dimension). For classic interior we design sky paintings with cloud formations being moved around the imaginative sky by the wind, the cloud figures being shone at by the morning sun, the bright light of the midday sun or the auroral evening sun.
Sky painting can take the form of a well composed Trompe-l-œil painting: With a flock of birds, architectural elements or treetops depicted with a view from below. This is to the effect that the sky painting becomes a main element of the whole interior.