I recently picked up a novel called "Clara and Mr. Tiffany", a novel about Louis Comfort Tiffany and his designer Clara Driscoll. I am only about a third of the way through, so I won't comment on the novel, but I was inspired to check out the private studio of Louis Tiffany after reading her description.
She describes the ceiling being 45 feet above the floor, dripping with a "dizzing array of mouth-blown globes and heavy glass lanterns in Near Eastern shapes hung on ornate chains." And the chains were not regular chains but instead were adorned with figures in cast iron of various animals and human forms.
I wish I could have seen it in color. I am sure it was stunning. Unfortunately the home was torn down in the late 30's. But it sure does inspire. Does it inspire you?