Geometric designs are all the rage, and it’s easy to see why. Whether they’re patterns on walls, rugs or chairs, or have been built into the structure of an accessory or piece furniture, geometric styles are a fantastic way to make your living room more distinctive – and create a talking point amongst your friends! So embrace your triangles and tetrahedrons, your pentagons and your hexagons and take a look at these geometric design ideas.
Geometric patterns are hugely varied and adaptable, but never more appealing when big, bold and bright.
Something as simple as a side table can become a truly standout piece when it’s given an unusual twist, and a common piece of furniture beautifully carved into an intriguing geometric shape will certainly grab the attention.
Adding geometric shapes to your home needn’t involve redecorating or buying new accessories or furniture. It can be as easy as a DIY shelf, much like the example above.
Lighting is always a good way to go for those wanting to inject a new design style into a space. These diamond pendant lights are dramatic and eye-catching, and would look stunning in many a living room.
It’s not all about triangles you know! Geometric designs can encompass all manner of shapes and patterns, as this honeycomb wall decal demonstrates.
The design trend of colour blocking – the pairing of bold colours – works particularly well when incorporated with geometric shapes. Both are daring from a design point of view, and they compliment each other beautifully.
With so many decorating techniques available, your geometric design options are practically endless. This look has been achieved by using diamond-shaped stamps to transfer the paint onto the wall.
Geometric patterns can be introduced quickly and easily into a room with the use of textiles, whether you opt for cushions, throws, or wall hangings.
Despite the varying geometric patterns on the wallpaper, floor, and accessories, everything in this room fits together well.
Another stunning geometric wall design. The rest of the room has been mostly decorated in grey, and this helps the feature wall stand out all the more.
At first glance this partition tricks the eye into thinking the geometric pattern is on the wall, when actually it is part of the frame’s structure. A clever design feature that can be used to open up an otherwise closed space.
Statement walls, statement chairs. How about a statement rug? Again, a straightforward way of bringing this stunning design style into your home.
You know, you’re not restricted to painting the walls. Why not give an old, tired piece of furniture a stylish makeover by painting on some snazzy geometric designs?
Ornaments, wall art, and furniture are just a few of the options available when it comes to accessorising your living room with geometric design styles.