In celebration of the 100th year of De Stijl—the Dutch artistic movement that means "The Style"—the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague has the world's largest collection of artist Piet Mondrian's works on display (more than 300 pieces!). I was recently lucky enough to see the exhibition, and while admiring a gray-and-ochre painting by an artist famous for primary colors, I found my decor-loving brain thinking, "This would make a perfect palette for a room!" And then I decided, why not leave the tough task of choosing color combos to the experts? The next time you need to pick out some paint, stop by the art museum first to find inspiration in an artist-approved palette.
from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/piet-mondrian-artist-inspired-paint-color-palettes-for-your-home-241673