How To Best Use Geometric Patterns At HomeInterior Design & Decor
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Using geometric patterns has become popular modern trend, probably because of its versatility, and isn't all that difficult to incorporate. Just a little is enough to make a whole room feel louder, and here are some ways you could do the same for your home.
1. A Home For Plants
Geometric containers and plant holders are widely available these days, and they're great homes for your air plants, or even to build a terrarium in. And these beautiful shapes beat the usual ceramic plant pots by a mile, elegant enough to even have your newly constructed terrarium sit on your coffee table as centerpiece.
Forget your typical, plain bookshelves and search furniture stores for something crazily geometrical instead. This contemporary approach will draw attention towards your shelves, which we're guessing contain display items you'd want guests to notice. If there aren't any suitable ones currently in the market, customizing is a pretty fun option.
There are thousands of geometric wallpapers out there, and they make awesome options for feature walls. It doesn't even have to be a complicated pattern, since even the simplest geometric prints easily stand out. If one wall doesn't feel like enough, go ahead and fill all four, as long as the pattern isn't too overwhelming.
Geometric inspired tables are also particularly easy to find these days, and they make clever options no matter which room they're put in. Easy on the eye and incredibly versatile, you're you'll be off to a stylish start with one of these. If you'd like to add your own touch, you could even stuff coloured pillows of wool blankets into the base for a lovely pop.
You've probably one too many geometric inspired lights, but that's a good thing since it gives you a whole load of options. So before you hastily decide on purchasing one, make sure you check out at least enough stores to be sure you won't regret your decision. Experiment with the choices available, and see if they work best as a solo piece of playfully grouped in a bunch.
If you'd rather stay on the safe side, in case the geometric trend ends up expiring too soon, you could go for something less permanent: geometric bedsheets. They're large enough to make a gorgeous statement, but also easily replaceable once you're bored of staring at it. And the best part? Even in the most plain or muted setting, geometric bedsheets immediately turn things up.
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