Plot your latest interior look with the help of geometry. Geo patterns are at home with many styles, and can mesh with a variety of aesthetics. Read on for proof that this design trend can cover all the angles.
Mathematical and artistic, geometric designs are a natural fit with mid-century modern furnishings. The sleek forms of modern furniture are complemented by the clean, crisp lines and eye-catching shapes of geometric patterns.
Geo prints are a logical answer for updating a transitional space. A bold rug or throw pillows can invigorate a room, while other decor like lamps or vases echo the theme in the room.
Tribal or Eclectic
Repeating shapes work well in a space with tribal or eclectic influences. Softened edges to triangles and other forms lend a more organic or natural feel to rigid patterns.
Geo designs crafted in weathered metal and wood are the perfect addition to a rustic industrial room. Geometric shapes can offer a sense of order and structure to a distressed setting.
Regency or Glam
Geo shapes impart an Art Deco feel to glamorous interiors, especially when they are gilded with a metallic finish or designed with an Eastern influence.
Even coastal themes can incorporate geo patterns with nautical flag designs and stylized, clean shapes.
Best of all, geo patterns can live comfortably in any room of the house, from the living room and dining room to the kitchen or the bath, so it’s easy to try the look and see if it measures up to your stylistic ambitions.
Shop the Mid-Century Geometry Lesson Styleboard to shape up your space with geometric accents.