When some people hear the term geometry, their mind automatically turns to complicated patterns and polygonal forms. However, within the context of interior design, geometry can be something completely different. You don’t need elaborate polygons or illusory parametric furniture to spice your homes with geometry. In fact, you can introduce drama, décor and charm within your spaces by using the simplest form within your interior design. Let’s take a look at how you can do so:
1. Simple yet bold
The feature wall of this living room is such an excellent example of how you can seamlessly integrate simple geometry to create an interesting design in your homes. The plain lines all converge at a single point, featuring bold and obtuse triangular designs. Coupled with the zigzagging of the media console, the overall look of this whole space turns out to be incredibly stylish!
2. Customize the ordinary
Sometimes, customizing the ordinary can completely transform typical stuff into something unique. Just take a look at this in-built shelf. The cabinet door leafs have been customized to feature asymmetric open shelves. The simple but creative use of geometry has made this particular shelving unit a highly distinct component of the overall interior design!
Step-up shelves may be common, but this design takes it to a whole new level of trendy. The careful selection of materials and accessories has been carefully and tastefully chosen to enhance the decorative quality of the room. The combination of white laminate, light wooden texture and black trimming makes for a completely eye-catching design!
When all else fails and your mind starts thinking in complicated circles, it’s time to revert back to the basics – and what is more basic than Lego geometry! If you take a look at this image, you’ll see that the design of the whole study unit has been carefully crafted to emulate a simple sort of geometry. The combination of squares and rectangles is complemented by the lovely material selection.
You must be thinking – how can I be bold and subtle at the same time, right? Well if you take a look at the wardrobe design in this image, you’ll see what we mean. The angular lines are thin yet impactful, and their overall impact makes the whole bedroom seem so much more visually pleasant than otherwise.