Three oversize round clocks mimic the three bowls along this dining table’s surface. Round shapes are also echoed in the lamps and the stools, combining with the sleek table for a sophisticated, modern allure.
A series of corrugated aluminum circles by French company Metaldecor has a unique industrial but put-together look. Try re-creating them yourself by tracking down thin sheets of aluminum at your local hardware store.
Three circular rugs provide an unexpected alternative to the typical single rectangular or square rug. The layered pieces connect each part of the living room and add another level of texture.
Circular-patterned wallpaper adds instant style to a room but can be expensive and a pain to install. This DIY alternative cuts down on the cost of wallpaper without compromising style.
Furniture that combines straight edges with circular accents can feel whimsical and elegant. This coffee table pairs a rectangular surface with a circular stretcher that complements the traditional furniture.
Introducing circles into often-unnoticed spots, like a stairway railing, lends a touch of playfulness where you'd least expect it.
Create cohesion between circular elements by introducing them across the space. Play the game I Spy in this room and spot the circles in the shelving panels, window treatments and cabinetry.
Accessories are a great way to pull circles throughout your space. The door handle and vanity fixtures in this bathroom are perfect imitations of the mirror and the wall installation.