BY Tiffney Corre On Jan 11, 2018 Interior
Implementing geometry into an interior is what decor is for. Textiles are very important in home decor, as they can transform any interior enormously. Pillow covers are always excellent in setting the tone in any apartment. In case of adding geometric touches, patterned pillow covers will work wonders. The effect may be even better when geometric patterns are mixed with floral or abstract ones. Rugs, blankets and curtains are the next element of decor you can take one level up with geometric patterns.
Today, marble interiors are becoming very popular amongst modern home builders, homeowners and architects. In fact, manufacturers are also offering superior marble products for homeowners’ use. To serve the daily rising requirement of interior designs, interior experts and architects are now including magnificent marble products in their design strategies. Manufacturers also offer different types of products for both commercial and residential applications.
Nowadays, interior designers and builders are widely using marble stone to richly facelift traditional or old homes. They conclude their interior designing projects with marble flooring. In fact, it is the most unique feature of modern homes. They also use wide variety of marble products for stunning looks and aesthetic appeal.
A wonderful way to play around with the design of your living room is finding coffee table with geometric legs or with general geometric shape. What is more, the sconce or ceiling lampshades can be made of metallic geometrically shaped tubes, which is a popular solution in Scandinavian interior design style. Desk lamps, which are great to lighten up the space, may have shades in cubical or rectangular shape.
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.
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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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