The client’s preference for abstract or concrete art and the Bauhaus style of her home became the basis for an interior of a bedroom. As a model the art of Dutch painter Mondrian served. The fronts result from a composition of surfaces, cut in a strict grid. Instead of abstract, contrasting primary colors on a two-dimensional surface, shades of blue were selected, which become darker the deeper they are embedded in the wall. As a representational motif served an abstracted water bottom topography. The corpora were made from natural, gray dyed MDF. The fronts were painted high gloss and mitred to emphasize graphic precision. Together with the interior designer Caterina Rancho, it was decided to integrate a personal artifact into the sideboard. A weathered branch from the Scottish Highlands breaks through the artificial abstraction and connects to the collected pictures of the customer on the walls, under which a photo of the original location of the branch can be found. From the abstract-poetic interior stands a real connection to personal memories and dreams.