No, that's not a typo: Brewers' new Mondrian-inspired wallpaper is really called the Moondrian.
It's part of a collection called the cow parade which goes partway to explaining the name, but that awful pun aside, it's a design that's fairly faithful to Piet Mondrian's artistic principles. The wallpaper is covered with a grid system punctuated by the red, yellow and blue squares of colour that are closely associated with the artist's work in the 1920s. Simply add the Mondrian-influenced tables and tablecloths, china and cabinets we've featured before and you've surely got something that amounts to a total work of art in your own living room.
The wallpaper costs £37.60 a roll.
Buy it from Wallpaper Direct