Geometry is one of the best ways you can spruce up your interior designs in subtle and elegant ways. There are lots of genres of geometry you can use – from simple lines to complicated shapes and patterns. However, today we’ll be looking at the simplest and easiest ways you can spice up your spaces with geometry. You can even carry out some of these yourself. So without further ado, let’s look at 5 ways using simple geometry can make your interior designs more interesting.
1. Geometric artwork
There is something very stylishly appealing about space-frame geometry. It looks very cutting edge when carried out in architectural formations, but it looks even more appealing when done in the form of artwork. The giraffe artwork that has been carried out on the feature wall creates a simple but beautiful design that is extremely eye-catching and interesting at the same time.
2. Going bold
Simple but bold is an interesting and clever way to incorporate geometric designs in your interiors. You can use oblique lines to make a set-boundary that can be filled up with colors – just like this accent wall. You can further complement with furniture in bold color – like this Eames Eiffel Chair in cannery yellow.
3. Alternating Geometry
You can incorporate simple geometry like squares and rectangles in an alternating fashion to create interesting shelf designs. Some of them can be closed and some of them can be open. You can further decorate them with recessed LED strip lighting. The overall effect can look absolutely stunning in an understated yet elegant way.
4. Linear Geometry
Linear geometry is the best and simplest kind of geometry. We use it every day without even realizing that we’re using it. So incorporating simple linear patterns in horizontal and vertical lines in your interior design can be a simple and easy way to create interesting patterns. They can be done through plastering, wall tile designs or even grooves in wooden surfaces.
5. Highlighting with textures
Using geometry in your interior designs would be no good if it doesn’t actually make a visual impact. So what’s the best way to do that? Use textures to your advantage. For example, if your geometric parts are done in wooden accents, then the rest can be done in light colors so that it stands out the most.