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Tracery Interiors
Living Room
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love how this heightens the look, and especially love the geometric curtains and pillows to complement.
These black and white geometric print drapes reach towards the ceiling while framing beautiful french doors and a transom window. I often see another choice in such situations, where the drapes are hung just above the doors and below the window above. This choice is so much more successful, one that
I believe these dotted pillows are from Hable Construction and are a favorite pattern of mine. Check out how well it works with the geometric print on the drapes.
“Curtain” — kyeampo88
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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
NW 13th Avenue Loft
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If you use a rug as a headboard, your options are nearly endless. Geometric, floral, striped, shaggy, needlepoint, neutral — the sky's the limit. There are a couple of caveats. Make sure the rug is at least as wide as your mattress; it could even be wide enough to frame your nightstands
Rug. If you use a rug as a headboard, your options are nearly endless. Geometric, floral, striped, shaggy, needlepoint, neutral – the sky’s the limit. There are a couple of caveats. Make sure the rug is at least as wide as your
If you use a rug as a headboard, your options are nearly endless. Geometric, floral, striped, shaggy, needlepoint, neutral — the sky's the limit. There are a couple of caveats. Make sure the rug is at least as wide as your
“Pattern, felt” — amadentx
Greifenstein Boyce Associates
Watermill Residence Interiors
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a rug in a contemporary home; it's just a matter of choosing the right one. You wouldn't necessarily want to throw down a fringed Oriental, but a geometric design or a textural weave might be just the ticket. Or experiment with a grid of carpet tiles. If you must have wall-to-wall carpeting, choose a
unadorned floors of ceramic tile, stone, blond woods like maple or ash. Rug might be a geometric design or a textural weave
a rug in a contemporary home; it's just a matter of choosing the right one. You wouldn't necessarily want to throw down a fringed Oriental, but a geometric design or a textural weave might be just the ticket. Or experiment with a grid of carpet tiles. If you must have wall-to-wall carpeting, choose a
“multiple moooi random lights” — iomeara
EXIT Interior Design Studio
Parkowa Apartment
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red glass wall placed betwn black iron frame with chinese geometric pattern
red and white glass panels placed between black iron frames with a Chinese geometric pattern.
even into the bathroom. A white lantern hovers over a vessel sink; red and white glass panels are placed between black iron frames with a Chinese geometric pattern.
white glass panels are placed between black iron frames with a Chinese geometric pattern.
19. Screened styleWe bet you can guess which Asian culture is the inspiration behind this bold bathroom design. The black geometric, Oriental-style screen is by far the most obvious clue (take note of how
“Chinese” — leonrexa
French Interior Design Studio
4 Reviews
Art Deco
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geometric design is beautiful as a backsplash
The mirror, tiles and wall light are great examples of art deco. Luxurious, geometric shapes.
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and beauty? Create the illusion that your bathroom is a portal to a glamorous past with the addition of elements that feature rich colours, bold geometric shapes and lavish ornamentation. Try high-gloss walls, stained-glass windows and chrome tapware, plus luxurious reproduction mirrors.
an easy one to get right when it comes to Art Deco style. A bevelled mirror can create just the focal point you need, and if you stick to clean, geometric lines you can’t really go wrong. Make use of marble, shop around for authentic light fittings and, above all, keep it simple.
“Lavabo grifo” — Cristian Dominguez Tristan
Sean Michael Design
Contemporary Living Room
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Geometrics within a neutral palette create a soft modern aesthetic. Notice the geometric patterns in the rug, the coffee table, and the circles of the end table here.
Geometric shapes, modern touch
geometric rug
“Chairs and neutrals” — almag
Stephenson Design Collective
5 Reviews
Phinney
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Stephenson Design CollectiveSave to IdeabookEmail Photo In the private rooms downstairs, the shapes are geometric and simple. “We like to do showers with no curbs, so there’s no interruption in the space,” says Stephenson. Light comes into the room through a
geometric and simple shapes, no curbs in the shower, no interruptions in space
In the private rooms downstairs, the shapes are geometric and simple. “We like to do showers with no curbs, so there’s no interruption in the space,” says Stephenson.Light comes into the room through a frosted pane of glass.
In the private rooms downstairs, the shapes are geometric and simple. ‘We like to do integrated showers, so there’s no interruption in the space,’ says Stephenson.Light comes into the room through a frosted
“No door shower. Drain location.” — lisaswiggett
Mead Design
Young, urban living
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Functional, yet stylish living room with geometric print designs.
Be boldThe beauty of geometrics is that they work as prints, textured weaves, embossed fabrics and even fretwork-style decorations, so if you’re feeling brave, bring them in wherever you can. Start with an occasional table and cushions, try a pouffe or curtains, then take them onto the wall for real
real wow. You can even add a hint of geometric-style animal print.
“angled rug/space” — newhomewatch
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