In the past few years, simplicity and modernism have reigned supreme in the interior design world. Everybody just plays safe by choosing basic shapes such as squares and rectangles. Only very few homes venture into the circular category as well. But times are definitely a changin’ and it’s time to bring the bold back. So, here are 5 ideas you can use bold shapes in your home interiors:
1. Bold false ceilings
The best – and simplest way – to introduce bold shapes in your home interiors is by emulating them in your false ceilings. Whether it’s a triangle, an oblique line, or a trapezium, you can find creative ways to make your ceilings statement-worthy with them.
2. Glass frosting designs
If you want to be rather simple with the way that you go bold, then you can do so by choosing bold shapes for your glass frosting. This is especially recommended for interiors with a lot of transparency and see-through glass. Using this technique is both stylistic, trendy, and extremely fashion forward.
3. Edgy feature/accent walls
Nothing makes a bolder statement than an accent wall with bold geometric patterns. They don’t really have to make a sensible design – you simply need to arrange them in a way that goes well with the space. The dining room statement wall in this image is an excellent example of how you can make the most of this particular idea.
4. Getting creative with lines
If you don’t want to think too out of the box with your bold shapes, then you can introduce the simple ones with a bold twist. For example, if you want to bring linear shapes in your homes, you can do so by using them in a way that’s totally out of the box. The asymmetric designs on the feature wall in this image are an excellent way to fulfill this venture.
5. Bringing back the circles
Circular geometry has always been a total win with most homeowners, but over the years, it has disappeared. Now you can bring it back – bolder than ever – by re-emulating it in your homes. Break up the circles; half, quarters, cloud shapes, and more while introducing them in your interiors in the form of ceilings, shelves, furniture, etc.