Geometric patterns are normally seen on statement pieces of furniture; as having an entire interior filled with different patterns can be overwhelming. It will compliment a minimalistic space to add some boldness, making spaces less dull. Image below demonstrates both the geometric printed wallpaper combined with geometric metal framed lighting.
Geometric patterns can be incorporated seamlessly into any interior space to add a touch of visual interest to your interiors. The geometric trend is becoming popular this year and any space can be enhanced with this theme. Geometric patterns can be on free standing furniture, home décors and even on walls.
Geometry can be found in creative wall shelf décor, making it an interesting way to store and display items.
The image below shows a wooden herringbone pattern for the wall rather than on flooring where it is normally seen.
The geometric theme is very versatile and the patterns can be simple yet unique. It can be made from all kinds of shapes, sizes and colours; the possibilities are endless.
At Camerich we have the Stilts storage range, shown on the right, which has some geometrical elements, for instance the storage unit is designed partially open and concealed, making for a visually intriguing shelving unit. The pannels can be opened to reveal the contrasting coloured interior.
Written by Nicola Cheung