13,580 geometric Home Design Photos

Kariouk Associates
Chelsea Hill House
Ideabooks1,328
Questions0
Concrete Block Aesthetic: Minimalist, textured, neutral, cool When to use it: To highlight geometric forms. Because of its modular nature, concrete blocks (concrete masonry units, or CMUs) are best used in a regular, orthogonal configurations. CMUs
Concrete Block Aesthetic: Minimalist, textured, neutral, cool When to use it: To highlight geometric forms. Because of its modular nature, concrete blocks (concrete masonry units, or CMUs) are best used in a regular, orthogonal configurations. CMUs
“simple shaped house” — Ludwing Jonathan Escoto
Duet Design Group
9 Reviews
Moonmist
Ideabooks1,410
Questions5
I like the geometric print of the curtains. I am looking for a deep beige (tan) with white design, or sage green with white.
geometric designs. soft brown with lioght orange and blue
light brown with orange and blue, especially love the pillows and geometric designs
geometric fabric on windows & pillows
“Bench” — cfarguson
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Abbots Way
Ideabooks4,240
Questions1
Style Geometric shape, large windows, flat roof
International Style 1) geometric shapes 2) glass windows 3) Flat roofs
International -flat-geometric angles- concrete, glass, metal-
International style because of the glass windows and the geometric shapes
International -geometric shapes -flat
“home” — selvibalu
Contemporary Kids
Ideabooks1,340
Questions2
geometric wall
“Wall” — evieshouse
Jenna McLaughlin
1 Review
Edinburgh West End Apartment
Ideabooks293
Questions2
Geometric wallpaper in neutral colours with a burst of orange colour. Orange velvet upholstered bespoke bed. Vintage Photography available from Malcolm Duffin Design. Photographed by Teresa Geissler
Again, love geometric wallpaper with headboard in. Bright snappy red
The striking mix of geometric wallpaper in a muted tone teamed with splashes of hot orange on furniture has been used in the master bedroom, as well as the living space. ‘Don’t be scared of using a bold wallpaper,’ says Jenna. ‘It’s just about getting a balance. If you have bright paint colours or crazy
The striking mix of geometric wallpaper in a muted tone combines with splashes of hot orange on furniture in the master bedroom as well as in the living space. “Don’t be scared
“Walls” — Tess Bingham
Tim Davies Landscaping
Harrisdale
Ideabooks8,184
Questions5
RE: geometric plantings "Restricting the planting to the block and strips created by the planters within this design fits the geometric style of this space. A single species of low-growing, evergreen plants creates the blocks
Restricting the planting to the block and strips created by the planters within this design fits the geometric style of this space. A single species of low-growing, evergreen plants creates the blocks for a year-round effect. A mixed, informal drift planting would have confused the overall design.
Restricting the planting to the block and strips created by the planters within this design fits the geometric style of this space. A single species of low-growing, evergreen plants creates the blocks for a year-round effect. A mixed, informal drift planting
“day bed” — lilsandlou
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Austin Texas Residence
Ideabooks10,478
Questions10
geometric tiles. a version of this could work for the backsplash.
Geometric design has definitely enjoyed a revival. The rich colors and design of the flooring here would not have been out of place in the art deco age.
7. Patterned flooring. Linoleum flooring made an appearance in most residential homes during this time. Large, geometric rugs were also widely used. Larger commercial settings often had a central design made from marble and metallic details, with a similar decorative border
“Floor” — michellemoyer
Elevation Architectural Studios
luxury bathroom
Ideabooks2,750
Questions5
GORGEOUS GEOMETRIC BATHROOM TILES IN BLACK/w WHITE AND POP OF GREEN
A contemporary bathroom gets a super punch of style with this bold geometric pattern.
Get a graphic look Geometrics are bang on trend this season and here, the mesmerising black and white pattern is the focal point of this otherwise minimalist bathroom. The pattern
“aplikatif” — Judy Pranata
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