The human brains search for repetition as a source of pleasure and comfort. When it’s not too much and used in the right proportion, geometric patterns are an excellent source for getting those feelings. By repeating circles, squares, and other designs, geometric patterns add eye-catching vigor to a room.
As a trend of modern homes decor, geometric patterns can be used in many different ways, since wallpapers to rugs, since sofas to mirrors, or even the combinations of them all. The trick is finding a balance to give that pleasure look to a modern home decor by usign geometric patterns.
Find below 5 ways to use geometric patterns in modern home decor.
This contemporary coffee table and accent table pairing bring luxe detailing to this living room. The neutral brushed chrome finish and clear glass tops allow them to feel like part of the space, while still standing out with just a hint of pattern. The geometric mirror is a nice additional touch to the decor.
Lamps Plus just launched a new collection of geometric lighting with Robert Abbey Inc. The faceted base is stylish way to introduce geometrics into your bedroom or living room.
This geometric console table is a more subtle take on the pattern trend. Its clean and modern lines would make a strong statement in an entryway.
Using geometric patterns in upholstery like these above.
Using bookshelves is a great way to introduce geometrice patterns in yoy home decor. In the image above, the media room of a New York country house becomes a kaleidoscope of shapes and hues, thanks to designer Muriel Brandolini’s choice of color-blocked pieces, from the laminated bookshelves by Lloyd Schwan from Property to the Pierre Charpin chaise longues. Even the accessories—Judy Ross pillows with bold circles, and cube side tables—continue the trend.
There are very different ways to use geometric patterns in your modern home decor. It’s all about balance and creativity.