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Spice Up Your Living Space with Some Geometry

Posted on 07/14/2017

Spice Up Your Living Space with Some Geometry

Geometric interiors are the new metaphorical black, when it comes to spicing up your interiors. Imagine sifting through your Pinterest boards and coming across image after image of picture perfect, immaculate and impossibly beautiful interiors. Your own living space seems pretty shabby if compared doesn’t it?

We’ve all been there, but know that there are some pretty easy and affordable ways to incorporate a vivid liveliness into your own home. Geometry is one of the rising global trends in the interior market. There are a number of ways to incorporate it into your living spaces. But first of all, you have to know that geometry is not simply vertical and horizontal lines – it can be complicated patterns, oblique lines, bold angular shapes; the possibilities are endless and the exceptions are few.

So when you set-out to spice your living space up with some geometry, here are a few fun, unique and helpful ways to do that:

1. Trendy wallpapers

The best and easiest way to incorporate geometry within any living space is by emulating it into the largest surface of the room. Arguably, walls make up the greater percentage of any interior space – roughly 60%. Since the visual strata is greater, it gives you more opportunities to play with the décor. So when you paste on a geometric wallpaper of your choice on even one feature wall, it will definitely liven up the ambiance of your space. The color and pattern choice depends completely on your own taste – from eccentric bold to straightforward and simple, there are an infinite amount of options in the market. So conduct a careful survey and choose wisely.

2. Fashionable Furniture

I think we all agree that without furniture, any interior looks incomplete. It is also important to know that furniture design plays a key role in determining the theme of your interior design. So when you’re spicing up your interiors with geometric patterns, furniture design is a good way to go about it. From coffee tables to arm chairs, there are a number of furniture choices that could add to the geometric side of your interiors, and below we will be featuring some of our most recommended:

• Walnut tulip side table

With the geometry of circle this piece of furniture is simple and beautiful. It’s perfect for combining it with different shapes and colors since it can go with everything. 

• Eileen Grey Glass Side Table:

Circle is definitely a salient geometric shape, and this exceptional glass table will be the perfect furniture accessory to your themed interiors. Its sleek surface and swanky design are the height of elegance.

• Chrome Diamond Wire Arm Chair:

A parametric geometric shape, this chair would definitely enhance the geometric vibe of your interiors should you choose to set it in your living space.

• RAR Rocking Arm Chair:

Rocking chairs and geometry may seem like two totally contradictory ideas, but fear not; the RAR rocking arm chair is one of a kind. Its juxtaposed materials and curious physique would definitely enhance the geometric ambiance of your interiors.

3. Lighting Fixtures

A subtle but effective way to evocate geometry in your living spaces is through creatively designed lighting fixtures. Artichoke lamp is an example of something different. It’s unique and interesting. It’s a great way to bring a bit of playfulness into plan, white ceiling.

4. Shelves

Shelving is a great way to emulate geometry into the wall space. There are a number of ideas that could inspire this concept in your space. You could use triangular or foldable acrylic shelves, or even creatively designed simple wooden shelves to spice up your living spaces.

5. Ceiling Designs

False ceiling design is a great opportunity to incorporate geometric patterns in your interiors. Although you would have to take the size of your space in account to make this idea seem great. You should know that too much visual clutter, especially in your ceiling could make your space seem small.

Final touch

As you can see, there are quite a few ways to spice up your living space with geometry. All you have to do is open yourself up to these ideas and just do it!