Geometrics have been big news in interiors for a good while now, and they’re not going anywhere any time soon. Here’s how to bring the look to your home.
For an ultra-modern look, mix things up by bringing in geometrics in lots of different areas of the room. In this living room, we’ve kept the walls and window simple and accessorised with a striking geometric rug, cushions, and gallery wall art. The result is super chic.
Feature walls are another great way to introduce geometrics into your home. Choose striking wallpaper – like this one in our kitchen – or if you’re feeling especially creative, use decorative tape or paint for a DIY version.
The industrial trend loves geometric patterns. That’s why this Roman blind called Geode Tangerine looks so fabulous against the exposed brick and rough-hewn textures of this kitchen-diner. Cut through any dinginess with a bright, zingy blind.
Similarly, in functional spaces like kitchens and bathrooms, a geometric blind can help to create a focal point and break things up. This chevron design called Radar Saffron commands the attention in this kitchen, while the variety of textures elsewhere stops the neutral colour palette from becoming boring.
Cool for kids
Kids love geometrics too. The light-hearted patterns are a great way to keep things fun, without making things feel too ‘kiddy’ – great for fickle tastes. And blinds are a brilliant setting – choose a blackout lining on Roman blinds or pick from our blackout range of Roller blinds to help with a good night’s sleep. You’ll be thanking us later.