7 ways to play with geometry in your interiors
Patterns and shapes are a raging new trend in the globalized interior market. Geometry is not just a mathematical concept – it is also an art form. Timeless in beauty and always on-point for execution, architectural maestros like Brunelleschi and Leon Batista Alberti have make exceptional use of this concept since ages before. Even now, it is a uniform interior concept. From trendy wallpapers to beautiful fixtures there are quite a few ways in which to imbue the concept of geometry within your homes. Below we will be looking at several ways to emphasize geometry within your homes.
- Wall features
An interesting and temporary way to imbue geometry in your interiors is by careful arrangement of accessories. Typically, photo frames are used to create an asymmetric yet harmonious arrangement on any feature wall. You could use beloved pictures or even abstract art to articulate this concept. Whatever floats your boat is fine as long as it complements the rest of your interior style.
Always a linchpin of any good interior design, most people use the plug and chug way of designing that conventional wall shelf. Our advice is to be bold – go as avant-garde as you can within reason. Use bold shapes or prepare a careful arrangement of simple ones. Alternate between coverings or come up with designs that break out of that atypical formation. Shelving is a pretty good way to set your interior apart and use beautiful geometric shapes within the set constraints of the existing space.
An evergreen wall application, wallpapers are trendier than ever. We have digital art impressions, beautiful geometric patterns as well as kaleidoscopic patterns – all of which guarantee a great geometric articulation. The interior below showcases a wallpaper design that features one of the best geometric patterns along with a funky design theme to boot.
- Shapes and lines
Lines are the basic of geometry, and any designer worth their salt would know how to play with their simple formation in relatively complicated ways. A good geometric design would always be rooted in simple vertical and horizontal lines. Add in the space of creatively placed shapes and you will have one successful geometrically sound interior. The media wall design below is a good example of this idea.
- Furniture design
Without furniture, there is so very little essence in any interior. When it comes to imbuing geometry within the interior space, furniture is a good way to go about it. You can always implement it is transitional spaces, shelving, media walls, coffee tables and more. even bold lines are a welcome addition in this kind of a concept.