Wenzel Hablik & the colorful dining room of his house in Itzehoe, Germany, 1923. 1 | ceiling before restoration. Photos Sönke Wurr. 4 | The room in 1926. © Wenzel-Hablik-Stiftung. Via Hablik Projekt.

Hablik was inspired by the bauhaus, and Walter Gropius was even a guest here, but his wife, the weaver Elisabeth Lindemann, got headaches in the room. In 1933 he did cover his work with a japanese sidewall.