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Guest Picks: Spicing It Up With Geometric Patterns
It doesn't take much to spice up the design of a room, and geometric patterns are my favorite way to do it. Add some Greek key trim to some drapery panels or a diamond-shaped console to your entryway, and you'll have some instant design interest with just a little bit of effort. Here are just a few of my favorite items that will incorporate some geometric patterns into your home! — Brooke from Blueprint Bliss
Regina Andrew Lighting Triple Segment Iron Pattern Makers Table Lamp - $323
This geometric iron lamp has been a longtime favorite of mine. It has just enough detail to be a statement piece in your foyer or master bedroom.
Chevron Twill Herringbone Ribbon by In the Clear - $36.50
I love this twill ribbon. It would look great added to a pillow or sewn down the edge of some linen drapery panels.
Library Barware - $48
Who says barware has to be boring? I love the added geometric detail that is etched into these glasses.
Gabby Decor Danville Mirror - $723
Quatrefoil is one of my favorite geometric designs. This mirror would be perfect in most any space. I love how the pattern jazzes up this simple, round mirror.
Tribal Graphic Dhurrie - $245
I think that the diamond pattern of this tribal dhurrie rug is so interesting. It would look great in a keeping room or on a porch.
Gabby Furniture Juliette Side Table - $498
A simple crisscross pattern adds so much to this side table. Use one next to your sofa or push two together for a coffee table.
Geometric Line Studies - $250
These geometric line studies would add interest to any wall.
Nile Shower Curtain - $39
People often slack off on design when it comes to the bathroom, but you don't have to. This shower curtain with interlocking circles adds some interest without being too busy.
Gabby Furniture Alexander Wall Table - $873
This is one of the top contenders for my foyer console. I just love the detail of the diamond design!
Prism Quilt - $345
I would love to use this colorful quilt in a guest room. The blocked rectangles are so simple yet interesting.
Jute Chenille Herringbone Rug, Natural Slate - $49
I have this rug in my dining room, and I love it. The zigzag pattern is so much fun and adds just the right amount of detail!
Akiran Fabric, Sundrop - $40
This is one of my favorite geometric fabrics from Lewis and Sheron. I love how intricate the design is without looking too busy.
York Tufted Headboard - $799
Veer away from a boring headboard and go with this neat shape for added interest and detail.
Kent Design 1/2 Inch Round Flat Crimp - $326.69
Think outside the box: Instead of doing glass panels on your kitchen cabinet doors, add this wire mesh for a see-through look that adds texture and interest.
Gingham Panel with Blackout Liner - $59
Gingham is one of the most basic geometric patterns, but it's one of my favorites. I will never tire of this pattern and design. I love that it can be used for any age and in any room of the house.
Parisian Cornice Shelving - $1,195
All it takes is a simple X-design to step this bookshelf up a notch. I love the wood mixed with metal: the perfect combination in my book.
Athena Tape by Lewis and Sheron Fabrics - $12
This Greek key pattern is one of my all-time favorites. I'm using this wide trim on my dining room curtains, and it would also look great on a pillow or lampshade.
Faceted Mirror Semi-Flush Fixture - $149
I love the angled panels that make up the hexagonal shape of this fixture. The mirrors are such a pretty detail that will reflect light in the perfect way.
Cirque Hurricanes - $35
I adore the circle design on these hurricanes. They would look great grouped together on a dining table or porch.