Adding the sharp-edged forms of Geometric shapes to your room is a great way to keep things interesting.
Many of the new wire forms act as a frame to the negative space that exists beyond the piece. Here are some hot examples of current geometric shapes that transform even traditional rooms with curious contradiction.
Here the sharp-edged forms add the necessary visual interest to an otherwise plain room
A restricted, neutral palette allows the sketched nature of this light fixture to pop.
The sharp contrast between the gentle curve of the ottomans and the jagged edges of the carpet is echoed in the art and the throw pillows.
Tiles have been celebrating geometric patterns for more than a century. This modern take plays wonderfully with the metallics & mirror.
The Lindsey Adelman chandelier is at once organic and graphic, and for that reason it suits any style of room.
This chandelier is a wire-frame wonder in a conventional form. It looks digital and elegant, and right at home in this ornate Victorian bath.
Whether you take the Gutsy or conservative approach, there’s a way to incorporate geometrics into your design or interior.