Geometrics has had a comeback. The 80s revival, the computer graphics, the graphical elements of design are now a trendy way of decorating your home. To make it work you have to be bold and go for it. Use statement pieces in minimalist rooms or go for a mix match or shapes, sizes and complimentary colours.
This is a look into how to use geometrics in the different rooms of your home.
In the bathroom – A bathroom lends itself to a geometric style. The lines of the cabinets, mirrors, sinks and showers are all geometric. Add some tiles as in the bathroom above and you get a statement geometric style. The gold light is a great touch against the colour of the tiles too. Another way to achieve this look is with a geometric patterned shower curtain.
In the kitchen – Decorating a wall like this is a fun way to add colour and shape to a kitchen. We like the little touches of geometrics in the tray and light that draw all the elements together.
In the hallway – As with the stairs above, use pattern and art to fill white spaces, this is a simple way of using geometrics. Stick to black and white as above or go for bright coordinating colours. You can paint directly on to the wall, use tape to draw the shapes or simply just hang prints.
In the bedroom – Pillows and bed covers are a great way to get geometrics into your home. This idea can be used in a lounge area too. The night stand and light in this room match the lines of the bed linen, subtly linking the items together.
In the lounge – This shelving is fun and a great way to get that extra storage, or as in this case colour from the plants, into a room. Other ways to get geometric shapes into your lounge is with graphic rugs, cushions and throws.