Geometry is as much part of the overall interior design as the furniture or materials or the color palate. It is always there, whether you introduce it consciously or subconsciously. It is in the formation of the layout, the design of the credenza and even the design of the wall fixtures. So today, we’ll be sharing some important tips on how you can spice up your homes with subtle linear geometry.
1. In the window grilles
The window grills are an important part of the overall design. They are mostly overlooked for preference of more prominent interior design features, but you should understand that window grills make up the backdrop of your interior design. If they’re not good in style and design, they can warp up the image of your entire space. So you should always design them with simple but clever geometric patterns. You can create clever interventions in the lines that can match the overall aesthetic of your interior space.
2. Wall designs
Vertical mullions and louvers are the newest design darlings of contemporary interior design. That may be rightly so, because many times, when a space or a part of the design looks bereft or too empty and overlooked, you can simply put up some vertical mullions or louvers to spice up the space. It’s a simple and easy way to improve the overall aesthetic with simple geometry.
3. Interior doors and windows
Just as exterior window grills have an impact on the design of the interiors, similarly, the indoor windows and door designs impact the space in an even more prompt manner. Their immediate design has to reflect the overall scheme in order to fully give off a holistic aura to the user. Therefore, simple linear geometry is your best bet at making their designs interesting.
4. In the foreground
Geometric patterns in the foreground can be challenging to make subtle. They’re at the forefront of the design and can seem a little out of context of done wrong. You can use throw pillows or couch cushions in geometric patterns that feature a mixture of bright and dull colors alike to accomplish this in a clever yet subtle way.
5. In the wall units
Wall units, shelves and credenza are a truly inherent part of any interior design. They have the ability to have an immediate impact on your surroundings. Therefore, it is important to make their designs positively charming and interesting. Simple linear geometry is a great way to strike that perfect balance between clever and simple.