Using Simple Geometry In Your Light Home Interior Designs

Simple geometry does not start with shapes in an interior design – it starts with lines; vertical and horizontal lines, to be precise. When you are working with light colours like dove grey, beige, light brown, and the like, your ambiance can sometimes come off as very monotonous. Simple geometry is an excellent way to counter this set back. Here’s how you can do so:


1. Vertically oriented

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The vertical geometry emulated in this bedroom not only elevates its whole aesthetic, but also makes it more interesting. While the bed and the modern headboard along with the floating nightstands have been done in a very simple design, the sides – wardrobe and curtains – have been effused with vertically oriented lines and fall that make the whole space infinitely more charming.


2. Mixing the notions

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The interesting mixture of horizontal and vertical design elements in this home ambiance make it a clever mixture of simple geometry embellished with light natural tones. The tallness of the media wall, the floor lamp, and the wall corner emulate verticality while the media console and cabinet effuse a gently horizontal vibe. The combination of both is extremely attractive.


3. Of tall and short

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Tall and short elements are used  in an interior design to make it feel diverse and visually dynamic. This closet space has used the best of simple geometry to make the space feel interesting. While most of the surfaces are finished in lighter tones, it’s the dark filigree around the edges that makes the whole area feel bold with its tall vertically oriented accents.


4. When dark colours talk

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Sometimes, you do not have to be as apparent with simple geometry because subtlety works just as well. This kitchen interior design features the best of it in the form of the hanging clusters of pendent lights along with the horizontal orientation of the track lights and the darkly appealing glossy backsplash. Coupled with the light finishes of the rest of the space, these accents really stand out.


5. Pattern orientation

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Patterns can also help move the eye along when you use them in a linear fashion. The peranaken tiles used in this kitchen give off the same vibe. The orientation of the printed pattern leads the way and makes the whole kitchen ambiance feel extremely interesting!

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