Geometric patterns can be used to spice up your interior designs in both bold and subtle manner. Depending on your tastes and aesthetics, you can use such patterns to make your homes so much more visually appealing than they can ever look otherwise. There are tons of ways you can introduce geometry in your spaces, and we’re here today to help you get some inspiration!
1. Area rugs all the way
If you want to go for unique and impactful without being too obvious and front-and-center about your geometric designs then we suggest that you go for area rugs. This image shows a great example of how the dichotomous square-triangular geometry of the area rug is one of the most important aspects of the whole design, and it still remains understated.
2. A little grooving
Carvings are very much on the intricate and traditional side, but if you want to interpret them in a modernized way then it’s best to go with some subtle grooving. You can create geometric patterns on the grooves of your in-built furniture surfaces like wardrobes, cabinets and shelves. They’ll definitely help you get a distinct look in your home interiors.
3. Through artwork
So the easiest way to emulate geometry of any kind in your home interiors is definitely through artwork. You can go for either clusters or even a single statement piece. The geometric forms you choose to feature can be abstract or they can be something specific like mandala flowers. Artwork is very versatile, so you can probably find some awesome decoration pieces and wall hangings as well!
The thing about geometric patterns is that they don’t have any hard and fast design translation. You can simply use everyday accessories in a square or rectangular form to emulate a classy geometric look. The stylish wall mirror in this image is an excellent example of how you can accomplish this in an effortless manner.
5. Floor and wall tiles
Sometimes, the simplest of things can have the hugest impact on your space, and this is definitely the case when it comes to floor and wall tiles. Their subtle but impressionable geometry is an integral part of any interior design, and you can choose from a huge number of patterns to pin down your aesthetic.