12,686 geometric Home Design Photos

Turner Pocock
A colourful London home
‘Using pattern and colour is my natural style,’ says Emma. A sofa, made bespoke and covered with lush blue velvet from sofa.com, sits on the geometric-print rug. Picture shelves above allow Emma to display some of her many prints and photographs. ‘You can move them around and vary the display easily
“Ariel likes the shelving” — velizjake
Outer space Landscape Architecture
6 Reviews
Potreo Hill Modern
gardens use geometry to define private outdoor spaces, and smaller gardens require clean lines and minimal features to allow for multifunctional uses. Geometrics aid this design. The strong rectangular shape of this table and bench, for example, reinforce the clean lines.
“Terrasse” — my Group architecture
AFP Interiors LLC
16 Reviews
Home office
In transitional design, play with the scale of the pattern for a huge impact. In this room, a geometric design on the area rug is paired with an over-scale floral fabric used for the drapery. While this room feels borderline traditional, the fabric pattern
“curtains and wall color” — kimrink44
H3K Design
Tangerine in the Desert
I looked around after I rang the doorbell and noticed an original water feature just to the side of the front door. The water feature was low and geometric and reminded me of The Rat Pack in the '60s.
“Color” — amyspr
Contemporary Living Room
sure it is fine enough to clearly express the design. Look at the ticket on the rug and make sure it no fewer than 100 knots per square inch for a geometric design. Some floral patterns with more detailing can require 300 or more knots. Your dealer should be able to provide you with this information so
“color tones” — janellkangas
Contemporary Bathroom
Textured tile will continue to be a hot trend in 2012. Animal prints, geometrics, pebble, linen and wood styles can all lend a stylish touch to your bathroom floor and walls.
“Kleure” — schalk_omeya
Silvia Garcia Interiores
Hurtado´s girls
Mix two different pattern scales. For example a big bold floral pattern with a geometric pattern in this photo, that also matches the artwork above the headboards. Again, take note of the pillows, as a visual transition between the patterns
“asymmetric design” — Karine Moody
Anthony Baratta LLC
Of course, the prints did not stop at geometric and floral designs. As long as they were colorful, bold and beautiful, like in this breezy living room, they made the cut. Vibrant in shades of citrus
“colors” — paulahefti
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