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How to – use geometrics in your home

It’s official. Geometrics are here to stay – and we reckon they’re one of the most versatile trends about. In fact, from industrial to polished hotel chic, they work in a whole host of home settings. Here’s how…

Mix scales

Mixing pattern scales is a great way to keep things interesting. Here we’ve chosen a smaller scale hexagon design on our Roman blind and a thick stripe for our bedding to make a statement in a largely monochrome space.


Choose on-trend colours

Yellow and mustard, we’re looking at you. Copper – show your face. On-trend colours are a sure fire way to update your home, and a blind is a fab low-commitment way to try it out. And these shades teamed with geometric designs are the easiest way to say ‘I’ve got this’ when it comes to your interior style.


Go bold

Feeling daring? Team a striking geometric design with a bold colour way. Our Triangles Indigo Roller blind is perfect for the deep blue trend that’s everywhere at the moment, even if you don’t quite fancy painting all four walls in the shade.

Triangles Indigo

Go low-contrast

Geometric designs can be as graphic as you like, but for a more subtle take on the trend, try low-contrast patterns. Our Effy Pistachio Roman blind features lustrous embroidery that catches the light in a wavy design.

Celeste Pistachio