Wayyy up in the north of Minnesota — 26 miles from Canada — is the Naniboujou Lodge, built in the 1920s to host rich white dudes’ hunting parties.
The Shining-esque hotel and restaurant is still chugging along, and still has its AMAZING and original painted ceiling. It has never been repainted! It looks like it could have been designed yesterday…and WOW I suddenly want to paint almost-neon stripes on the ceiling of my front room. But would this work in a low-ceilinged space, or is that just a recipe for headaches?