Mondrian Grid Wall Mural from the Mondrian Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings is a large scale layered and lined geometric grid. Blue is the first layer and only overlaps the other colors once. Red is the second layer and overlaps the other colors twice. Yellow is the last layer and overlaps the other colors multiple times and closer together. The background is white. In Architectural Survey classes, this would look like a building structure survey with different colors for the layers of structure or floors of a building. Kids will love this pattern in a playroom or in the family room because it has the appeal of art made with bright colored electrical tape or duct tape. For adults who find it too busy for their walls, we suggest you try it on the ceiling. On a giant wall in the converted loft, you can center this design like gallery art on display. In the studio apartment with a Murphy bed, you might like to use two murals. One to center behind the bed when open and one to help hide when it is closed. A staircase landing would be a fun place to have a bold work of art. A lake house hallway with a wall of glass would be a great place to separate the 5 panels as individual works of art. Primary colors are excellent for an elementary classroom, and you can use the grid help layout zones of organization. A wall mural centered behind a modern platform bed and mid-century furniture becomes a sleek and graphic presentation for your vacation rental photos. Bright colors are ideal for a pool house changing room with shelves of tropical printed towels. Coordinating wall coverings from the Mondrian Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings combine nostalgia with an artistic aesthetic for the entire home.