Looking at the world from an airplane can change your whole perspective, especially if you know a lot of Shirleys, and frequently use adverbs to intensify your statements. For rugs that give you a mile-high view of the earth and don't star Leslie Nielsen, there's Landcarpet.
A collection of stylized floor covers inspired by landscapes seen “out of the window of a plane”, LC’s NZ-wool jobs’re handwoven in China and come in four versions, each based on actual images taken from a satellite, so they'll feel at home surrounded by your space's debris. A sampling:
prints of Toto guitarist Steve Lukather taking some time to do the things he never has polygonal raised tufts of browns and beiges around the outer edges, which all gradually decrease in size towards the middle.
prints of Toto guitarist Steve Lukather not taking time to do anything because he's totally stoned on legal marijuana, narrow, candy-colored sections laid out in a strict grid that vaguely resembles a circuit board.
USA: The occasional road makes a diagonal cut through this also-gridded mix of lush greens, beiges, and grey, with the predominant geometrics being squares and L-shaped "fields", which would be cooler if they were fields for L's, as those make Airplane even funnier.