BY Tiffney Corre On Jan 11, 2018 Interior
Geometric patterns and motifs rule today’s world of interior design. When combined with different geometric and other elements of home decor, such as floral patterns, they look unique in the best way. Geometric trend fits in Scandinavian, modern and minimalist styles perfectly. However, it can also be applied in more traditional interiors and look equally beautiful, but also surprising. Geometry does not necessarily imply symmetry, but symmetry can be a part of geometric motifs around the house.
Another element of home decor is wall art. Mirrors in geometric shapes are fantastic to hang in the hall, bathroom or anywhere you wish. Those can appear in a form of hexagon-shaped mirror tiles hung close to each other on the wall. Creating wall art gallery that is a mix of geometry and abstract or feminine lines is a great way to ensure your interior is not all about geometry (which can be overwhelming at times) but it’s an eclectic combination of different styles.
In bedroom, bedding can have geometric pattern as well. There are two options here: one, the bedding is patterned and additional pillows are another color or pattern; two, only the pillows are patterned and the bedding stays solid colored, or to add to the contrast, it can have abstract and curvy patterns.
The key to incorporating home decor in an interior is always to do it subtly. If you love geometric accents, don’t add them everywhere but carefully choose where to apply it. The best option is what I mentioned often in the article: mixing geometric pattern with other patterns. Make sure that the colors and materials of geometric elements are diversified as well. Last but not least, enjoy the process and take your time.
Today, one of the best ways of interior designing is using marble products. Marble interiors look stunning and redefine its value. One can have nearly limitless designs through marble stones. It simply offers a wide variety of opportunity of creating new interior designs. More number of homes is utilizing soft marble stone to their houses for balustrades, statues, staircases and medallions. Being beautiful in looks, it is modestly used in countertops, vanity tops and statues.
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Tiffney is a crafter-in-training, coffee advocate and sappy romance novel-reader. When she's not talking home décor at the office, she loves to take mini road trips and binge watch her fave Netflix shows.
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