If you start to groan when you hear the word geometry, never fear, I won’t be talking congruent triangles any time soon. When I think of geometry, I think of shapes and pattern in textiles, carpets, wallpaper, etc. So let’s explore some examples of geometric patterns for interiors that feel fresh and fun…
Maybe you feel confident playing with pattern in your fashion choices, but become overwhelmed when it comes to pattern in your home. See below for an example of a fashion inspiration that translates into layered patterns for interiors.
I love the idea of using large-scale, geometric pattern on doors as a way to dress up a closet/dressing area. This one is going in my own ideabook!
For an accessible and affordable idea that you can implement today, I love this Lucky Eye Crewel Pillow by Allegra Hicks for West Elm. This would really freshen up a neutral sofa or chair for only $34. Hard to beat that!