Spiro Geometric Wallpaper from the Mondrian Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings is a tiny and trippy print that is reminiscent of the spiro on top of a beanie. You read that right. We went there. Back to the days of school age boys wearing beanies, shorts, striped shirts, knee high socks and brogue lace-up leather shoes. Now fast forward several decades and the motif becomes a contemporary monogram for your walls. Think of the spiro fidget toys and don't confuse the name with Spyro The Dragon. Spiro Geometric Wallpaper has a palette of pearl grey, terracotta, ivory, pavestone, skylight, and denim. Curvy little lines appear like coral on the walls of the beach house entry. In the mudroom, dual colors create a background for all the walls, while the contrast makes cubbies more prominent. For example, ivory on the walls with the coordinating terracotta as the interior liner. You can change colors on the stair risers for a bit of personality. Neutrals are chic and masculine in a man's den or the executive office. Wallpaper adds character to the ceiling in a living room. Update wall panels in the dining room with a subtle wallpaper that will allow for art to be featured. Tuck a mini print behind the shelves in a cabinet or line drawers and the top of shelves in a kitchen or pantry. Understated prints in the contemporary bathroom coordinate with and elevate your fixtures. This pattern is dapper like an ascot or the liner of a tailored coat for the man's designer closet. Dress up furniture in the ladies dressing room with accents of wallpaper. Help your kid become a brainiac with a wallpaper in their study space that kind of looks like the squiggles on a brain. Coordinating wall coverings from the Mondrian Wallpaper Book by Seabrook Wallcoverings combine nostalgia with an artistic aesthetic for the entire home.