It looks good and is very practical. So two reasons to feature this Mondrian wall organiser by Design Object.
So think of this as a piece of practical art. Yes, it catches the eye of visitors to your home who will almost ceetaily recognise the artist and style of art. But when they have gone home, you get to keep all your essentials in the one place.
Somewhere to put your keys? This piece has it covered. Somewhere to store the day’s letters without them getting lost in the everyday home clutter? Yes, it ticks that box too. it can even hold a magazine or two as well. In short, it keeps your house that little bit tidier.
But at the end of the day, you are buying this to get a small piece of Piet Mondrian’s colourful abstract art on your wall. That’s the big pull. It isn’t an original, but it’s probably one of the cheapest ways of getting something along those lines in your home.
And it isn’t that small either. This metal wall organiser is something like 40cm wide, so a considerable presence when you hang it up, especially near the front door.
The price? You can pick it up for £52 online, which isn’t too bad. Might even slip it into gift territory too.