Mondrian De Stijl Wall Mural from the Mondrian Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings deconstructs the larger composition into a more basic geometric with only a hint of color. The De Stijl Movement was the Dutch influence on abstract, cubist and modernist art in the early 20th Century. It's strict adherence to geometry kept the art clean and sleek. The black lines of the grid move along the parallels to layer and organize the composition on a white background. The colors of blue, red and yellow are used sparingly here. There is a serene elegance to this basic graphic. We recommend it in the home office. It doubles as art and inspiration while you work. If your fireplace is extra tall, you might install this mural above the mantel as your art. In the media room, feature a mural above your TV console so you have something to look at while it is tucked inside via remote. Transform an entry or hallway into a gallery space with modern art. If Mondrian is your favorite, you can display more than one of his murals to complete your gallery. Ceilings are an excellent place to use a mural. Think playroom where you utilize the colors within as your compliments in furniture, toys and storage. A one wall galley kitchen in the studio apartment becomes a work of art. You can even cover lower cabinets so they practically disappear. Speaking of cabinets, there are 5 panels to this mural and that makes easy decorating in the mudroom with one panel for each cubby. In the bathroom, cylinder light fixtures mimic the slender rectangles. In the bedroom, you can use the light blue bar of color to hang a floating shelf and paint it the same blue to make the design come to life. Coordinating wall coverings from the Mondrian Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings combine nostalgia with an artistic aesthetic for the entire home.