"German artist Lisa Stroeher shot these awesome, otherworldly black light portraits of a fluorescent paint-splattered model for a series entitled Into the Space. There was no photo manipulation involved in the creation of these striking images."
This shot taken of a rapeseed leaf, with the light hitting the specimen from behind, makes it appear like a section of coral deep under the sea. After being submerged in alcohol, the liquid was replaced with carbon dioxide in a pressure chamber to carry out the final step of the drying process. This meticulous process has been designed to maintain the appearance of the sensitive and delicately thin surface of each plant - without which, the cells would collapse
I'm thinking of creating my own "wallpaper" for the wall behind the bed. Have some 18th century German engravings of different kinds of cloud formations. Perhaps enlarge the images and print on banners to hang from ceiling to floor?